Malik Saafir, GreenFaith’s Arkansas Organizer and a long-time racial justice activist, will speak about these interconnections and how faith communities can make a difference. Please email your questions for our speaker to the Reverend Susan Anderson-Smith at email@example.com or post in the comments during the livestream.
Livestream worship begins at 11 am. The Reverend Deborah Lee preaches. Download the worship bulletin to follow along https://bit.ly/StBarts_10Pent. To see our complete schedule for Sunday morning, including virtual coffee hour, visit https://stbarts.org/Sunday. To make a donation, please visit https://stbarts.org/giving.
More than 300 people have completed St. Bart's Census, our summer initiative to update as many records as possible in our database. This is an important way to make sure we have the accurate information we need to be in touch with you. If you haven't yet completed this short online form, please take a moment to do so— even if you think we already have your information.
Precautions related to the Coronavirus have had an impact on our activities and gatherings. We recognize that they may also have a negative impact on our giving. Please continue to give and support St. Bart's ministries -- with our thanks and gratitude.
"This story invites us to take our own discipleship as Christians more seriously. Please, please note that Jesus did not feed the five thousand plus people. . . . Jesus told his disciples, 'You give them something to eat.' You give them nourishment. You pray for them. You give them a cup of cold water. You provide them with spiritual refreshment. You introduce them to the God who, 'Sits up high, and looks down low.'" - -- from "You Give Them Something" preached by Bishop Dean E. Wolfe, August 2, 2020.