Our mission is to comfort, challenge and inspire a growing community of people in search of meaning and hope in their lives, and one of the avenues we provide to foster this exploration is through our numerous programs, classes, retreats and formation opportunities.
We strive to provide impactful offerings that will not only foster spiritual enrichment and
For those of you who are looking for a great place to educate your children, we encourage you to check out our Children Youth and Family Ministries as well as The St. Bartholomew Community Preschool.
Each Sunday at 10:05 am, we gather for a forum that helps us further connect faith with life. Programs range from clergy teaching and expository Bible study to explorations of theology, social
Five Sundays 12:30–2 pm, March 5 - April 2, 2017, in the Vestry Room. Join us for spirited teaching on the basics of our faith as lived in the evolving Episcopal and Anglican traditions. Bring your own questions about life and faith, and discover the power of a community of faith in dealing with such great questions. This five-session course is open to all, and is particularly intended to prepare adults for the rites of Confirmation, Reception and Reaffirmation for our Bishop’s Visit on Sunday, June 11. Link here.
Every person who comes to St. Bart’s is genuinely and warmly welcomed. But that’s just the beginning. If you are considering taking a closer look at joining St. Bart’s and/or learning more about the Episcopal and Anglican traditions, join us for EXPLORE—a popular, interactive class with the clergy of St. Bart's. Contact Matthew Moretz to register or for more information.
- The Bible for the Church of Tomorrow, led by the Rev. Matthew Moretz, includes an informal service of Morning
prayer,and examines practical implications of the Gospel for our lives. Wednesdays 7:45 am - 8:45 am. contact Matthew Moretz. And Click here for Sunday’s reading.
- The Bible, The New York Times and You, led by the Rev. Lynn Sanders, offers
thoughtfulreflection on the upcoming Sunday Gospel and the day's op-ed pages. Click here for Sunday’s reading. Wednesdays 12:45 - 2 pm.
The English Reformation on Screen
Mondays, Feb. 6, 13, 27, and March 6 at 7 - 8:30 pm
Join Dr. Patrick Hornbeck, Chair of Religion at Fordham University, for a look at dramatic renditions of the events that gave birth to the Church of England.
Join us as we continue our journey to promote ethical, responsible and healthy food choices. We are surrounded by a wealth of food possibilities. Our stores and farm markets provide a splendid array of fresh, wholesome, untainted, unprocessed foods. Often we can buy produce that has been picked just a day or two ago. Yet we are daily tempted by foods that are over-processed and supplemented by chemicals and antibiotics that are difficult to pronounce, much less digest. These foods appeal to us because they are fast, efficient, often cheap, attractively packaged, and widely advertised. For more information, contact Matthew Moretz.
Education For Ministry (EFM)
Are you looking to live into your faith more fully, to have faith connect more deeply with everyday life? Do you ever wonder what God is calling you to do? What can the Bible teach us about the world today? Do you ever wonder what God is calling you to do? If you want to seek answers through study, reflection and community, EfM -- a four-year distance learning certificate program in theological education based upon small-group study and practice -- may be for you. To learn more, listen to an EfM Rector’s Forum or contact EfM Mentor Liza Page Nelson.