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SUNDAY, APRIL 2 2017: THE FIFTH SUNDAY IN LENT

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8 am Eucharist in the Chapel
A Eucharist in the traditional language of The Book of Common Prayer
Homily by the Reverend Edward M. Sunderland

8:45 am – 12:15 pm Free Child Care (through age five) [Room 51]
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9 am Eucharist in the Church
Sermon by the Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe
St. Bart’s Singers offer William Billings’ “When Jesus wept.”

10 am: Sunday School and Youth Group, Community House

10:05 am: The Forum in the Great Hall
Join us for the fifth session of our Lenten Series, “The Journey Inward.” Today, the Right Reverend Dean Wolfe will share a closing presentation on the variety of Lenten disciplines of our tradition as we prepare for the approaching end to the penitential season and the coming of Easter and Holy Week.

11 am Choral Eucharist in the Church
Sermon by the Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe
St. Bartholomew’s Choir offers music of Gibbons, Palestrina and Robinson.

12:30 pm: Confirmation and Reaffirmation Class in the Vestry Room
Join our Rector, Dean Wolfe, for the final session of our course. He will share the ways in which the larger Episcopal Church is organized and the character of our common life throughout the world.

5 pm Community Eucharist in the Chapel
Sermon by the Reverend Edward M. Sunderland
An informal and intimate service, celebrated in our beautiful Chapel.

6 pm Compline by Candlelight in the Church
St. Bartholomew’s Boy and Girl Choristers will be singing the evening service of Compline by candlelight on Sundays in Lent. This 15-minute prayer service is the last service of the day in the monastic tradition.

Parking for Sunday Services
We offer free parking for all Sunday services at the parking garage on the south side of East 51st St. between Third and Lexington Avenues. Request a free-parking voucher from an usher or St. Bart’s Central during or after services. Vouchers are valid for 12 hours or until midnight, whichever comes first. (Because some have asked, please note that each redeemed parking voucher costs St. Bart’s $10.)