Saint Martin’s Church Welcomes You

img_1566At 8 am and 10 am Sundays we meet for Holy Eucharist. We offer to those at higher risk an area of seating in which they can distance and mask. Concern for the needs of others is primary. 

We are located at 6295 Chagrin River Road, Chagrin Falls Ohio 44022, at the intersection of Solon Road and Chagrin River Road, across from the Bentleyville Hall and Police Station. Telephone 440.247.7406. Ample parking and child care facilities available during services.


To know Christ and to make Christ known, restoring all people to unity with God and each other.

We warmly welcome visitors, guests, newcomers and those seeking to discover a new church home. Please use this website to get to know us better and do not hesitate to join us for worship, or for any of the other activities and events of our parish.

John CerratoOur priest is The Reverend Dr. John A. Cerrato, who has served with us since 2014. Our ministries include Eucharistic worship, sacramental visitation, pastoral care, Christian formation, children’s and youth ministry, weekly men’s study groups, weekly women’s Christ Care group, book clubs, choral and music ministry, and the International Order of the Daughters of the King.

Vestry initiatives include congregational development, parish life, stewardship and legacy giving, outreach; support of Clericus and the Northeast Mission Area of our diocese, partnering with our sister Episcopal churches, participation in the Chagrin Valley Council of Churches, working with the Bexley Seabury Seminary internship program, and more.

Tim-ProfilePicOur Choir Director is Lyric Baritone Vocalist and conductor Timothy C. Cochran, who received his Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, studying with Irvin Bushman, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Tim has performed lead roles in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Die Fledermaus, Carmen, Hansel & Gretel, The Telephone, Riders to the Sea, The Mother of us All, Amahl & the Night Visitors, HMS Pinafore, The Gondoliers, The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance, Civilization and Its’ Discontents, Jacques Brel and the Ohio premiers of Ligeia and Regina. Tim was the Baritone soloist at Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, where he performed major works with the Trinity Chamber Orchestra and Chorus.  As Associate Director of Music at Trinity he conducted the Children’s Choirs, the Cathedral Choir, and the Trinity Chamber Orchestra. He performed with the Robert Page/Cleveland Singers, and the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh as a professional core singer. Tim was soloist in concerts with the Choral Arts Society under the direction of Martin Kessler performing works by Scarlatti, J.S. Bach and Handel. Timothy has also composed new works such as his Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis which premiered at Trinity Cathedral in 2004, and a Christmas Motet in 2005.  He was the Director of Choirs at North Royalton United Methodist Church from 2013-2017.  Tim is also the director of the Trinity High School Marching Band, and assistant director of the MusiGals women’s chorus.

DioceseOfOhio_EnvPortraits15166RTSaint Martin’s Church is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, The Right Reverend Mark Hollingsworth, Jr., Diocesan Bishop. Founded in 1953, our community has sought to bear faithful witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and sacrament. The Episcopal Church in Ohio has recently celebrated its bicentennial of ministry (1817-2017). Saint Martin’s joins with the over eighty other Episcopal parishes of our diocese in congratulating the leadership of our church on its legacy of grace, compassion and mission to the world.

We wish everyone blessings in this season.

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  1. John both of these websites were very informative and well done. Thanks for sending. M


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