Saint Martin Parish (Catholic)

Pro Deo Et Patria Crest

Roman Catholic Community


We provide religious services, pastoral counseling, religious education, Bible Studies, Youth groups programs, retreats,weddings celebrations, QuinceaƱera, ministry for women (Catholic Women of Chapel, ministry for men (Knights of Columbus), ministry to the homebound, ministry to the veteransand retirees, and mostly support to service men and women and their families.

Our religious services are held regularly at Memorial Chapel on 1901 Sisisky Boulevard.

Mass Schedule:

Sunday Mass: 0900

Daily Mass: 1200 Monday-Thursday


Sacrament of reconciliation by appointment or on Sundays 0815 - 0840.

Baptism Preparation Class:

For those who wish to receive the Sacrament of Baptism, please call at 804-734-7371.
Classes are held the 1st Sunday at 1200 and Baptism on any Sunday at Mass.

Holy Matrimony (marriage):

Couples must contact us at least six months prior to the desired wedding date for the required marriage counseling. Contact the pastor at 804-734-1437.

Pastoral Council Meetings:

1st Tues of the month at 1200 in the Room 40, Memorial Chapel, and attendance is by invitation only.


Religious Education/CCD/Sunday School

Meets on designated scheduled Sundays at 1030-1130.

We provide classes from Pre-K through high school.

Contact: 804-734-7371 (REC)

Women's Ministry:


CWOC Mission Statement:
The Catholic Women of the Chapel serves a visible presence of Christ in military communities by fostering and nourishing women in spirituality, leadership and service. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, CWOC serves as a vital enhancement of the religious support mission of military chapels.

They serve as a vital enhancement of the religious support mission of military chapel. They also sponsor operation food for life for the poor.

CWOC meets 1st Friday at 0930-1200 and Bible Study meets Wednesday at 1000-1130.

Catholic Men of the Chapel Ministry (Knights of Columbus):

Fort Lee Knights of Columbus supports the religious mission of Fort Lee Military Chapel in reaching out to the men. The mission of Knights of Columbus is to help men to become better Christian husbands and fathers in the Community.

The Knights monthly meeting is on the 1st Thursday of every month at 1800, at Memorial Chapel.

Homebound Ministry:

We care for the spiritual fitness of the community members who are unable to attend Mass due to illness or confinement to the home. We bring the Sacraments to them. Please contact us when you or your loved one needs to receive the anointing of the sick or others sacraments at home.

The homebound ministry can be reached at 804-731-1392.

Liturgy Ministry:

EMHC, Lectors, Ushers, Alter servers

Contact the Catholic Administrative Assistant for more info: 804-734-7371

Last Updated: 5/31/2017 3:26:41 PM

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