Every Saturday, from 01/15/2022 to 02/26/2022, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Wherever you’re from, wherever you are in life, you are welcome at St. Bartholomew’s Church.
“All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ.”
These words, from the Rule of St. Benedict, form the basis of our welcome to you, which is not just ours, but the welcome we understand God extends to all.
We invite you to get to know us and let us get to know you.
HOW DO I CONNECT?
Wherever you are on your journey of faith, you can find your place at St. Bart’s. The mission of St. Bart’s is to challenge, comfort and inspire a community of people being transformed in their quest for meaning and hope in their lives in the Christian tradition. Whether you’ve decided to make St. Bart’s your church, or are curious about how to make that decision, please feel free to talk to any one of our clergy.
You can share your contact information with us by completing a Welcome Card, and we’ll be in touch shortly thereafter.
Get to know us as we get to know you! Participate in services, take seasonal courses, attend events, and receive our weekly e-News—a great way to discover what our church does and what we value and care about as Christians.
Sign-up for our newcomer EXPLORE classes, held seasonally, where there will be ample time for conversation and a safe space for your thoughts and questions. Contact Manny Rodriquez-Leach to learn more: .
If you want to become an Episcopalian speak with one of our clergy about: Baptism, Confirmation, Reception, Reaffirmation.
Look for ways to put your faith into action. St. Bart’s offers many opportunities to participate in transforming lives, transforming the church, and transforming the world. Part of that can include prayerfully giving a portion of your yearly budget to support our ministries and common life.
Worship with us
Worship and prayer are the foundation of all we do throughout the week reflecting a diversity of styles—formal and informal; contemporary and traditional. In all, we offer the best we have, experience the mystery of God, hear and wrestle with God’s word, share in Christ’s presence in the sacrament, and feel God’s love in community. We then leave our worship and prayer time strengthened to live and serve God and one another in the world.
Study, Prayer and Meditation Practices (OFFERED ONLINE)
Weekly Midday Bible Study (via Zoom): Wednesdays, 1–2 pm
Centering Prayer (via Zoom): Fridays 9-10 am
Living Christ Sangha (via Zoom): Sundays, 3–4:30 pm
20s/30s, Adult Professionals Group,
Children, Youth and Families
Creation Care Task Force
Peace Book Club
St. Bart’s Connects!
St. Tabitha’s Guild