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JANUARY 28, 2018: THE FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER THE EPIPHANY

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8 am Rite I Eucharist  in the Chapel
A Eucharist in the traditional language of The Book of Common Prayer
Sermon by the Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe

8:45 am – 12:15 pm Free Child Care (through age five)
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9 am Eucharist in the Church
Sermon by the Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe
St. Bart’s Singers lead our songs of praise and sing Ned Rorem’s “Sing, my soul, his wondrous love.”

10am: KAIROS: Sunday School and Youth Group, 4th floor
Join us for a special worship experience with our elementary-youth group community featuring our youth artist in residence, Aaron Barron. Aaron will lead us in percussive rhythms from around the world as we pray for the world together.

10 am The Rector’s Forum, Great Hall
“Faith and Science”: Join us as we welcome Dr. Jamie Ferrara, professor of Pediatrics and Oncological Sciences at Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Dr. Peter deMenocal, Dean of Science at Columbia University, as they explore the living link between the disciplines of their faith and their work in science. Learn how these wisdom traditions work in tandem and share a common bedrock.

11 am Choral Eucharist in the Church
Sermon by the Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe
St. Bartholomew’s Choir offers music of Dove and Palestrina. Learn more about this week’s music and liturgy.

12:30 pm EXPLORE in the Vestry Room
What’s in our DNA as St. Bartians? How can I get more involved? The answers may surprise you! Join Lynn Sanders for the second installment of this introductory course for adults.

5 pm Eucharist in the Church
An informal and intimate service, celebrated in our beautiful Chapel.
Sermon by the Reverend John F. Wirenius

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.)