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Adult Education

Throughout the year, St. Bart’s offers a wide variety of opportunities to learn and grow. Our offerings encourage both spiritual and intellectual engagement and welcome all sorts of people and views. 

The Forum

Easch Sunday at 10 am, guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines join our St. Bart's clergy for deep and insightful conversations about topics that matter to our lives as responsible citizens and people of faith. Speakers in recent years have included winners of the Tony Award, the Emmy Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, and the Pulitzer Prize, professors from prominent universities like Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and Columbia, and journalists from New York, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic.

Watch The Forum live on our website, or join the conversation live on Facebook or YouTube where you can post your questions for our speaker in the comments during the live stream. Visit our The Forum page for upcoming schedule and past recordings.



Saturday Mornings @ St. Bart's: The Gospel According to James Baldwin: What America's Great Prophet Can Teach Us about Life, Love, and Identity by Greg Garrett

Saturdays, July 27-September 21, 10-11 AM via Zoom


Faith and film: WEDNESDAYS: JULY 31-SEPTEMBER 4, 7-8 pm (via Zoom). 
The Reverend Peter Thompson leads discussion about movies with religious themes. Please watch each film in advance of the associated session. Classes will be held via Zoom. 

July 31: Chariots of Fire (1981)
August 7: Babette's Feast (1987)
August 14: The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
August 21: Leap of Faith (1992)
August 28: Sister Act (1992)
September 4: The Prince of Egypt (1998)

Rooted in God's Earth - Trees in Scripture: Mondays, 1:30-2:30 pm, via Zoom 

Join clergy leaders of our friends at St. James's Piccadilly for a study of Biblical passages that feature trees. 

All are welcome - no prior registration required. 



Peace Book Club

2nd and 4th Sundays of Each Month, 1:30-3 pm, via Zoom

We welcome new and curious attendees to the Peace Book Club discussions. Please note that reading of the books though encouraged is not required! This is a no-stress discussion group where we provide some content when we meet, and then share related ideas, memories and differences in opinions. So, you can come as you are, we are sure you will be stimulated and also find that you have something to share. 




Weekly Bible Study

Wednesdays at 1pm

Thoughtful reflection and lively discussion of the upcoming Sunday readings, hosted by a member of our clergy.  Please contact Liz Gillespie to be added to our weekly Bible study via Zoom. Click here for Sunday’s reading.


Retirement: Transition and Purpose

First Tuesday of every month, 10-11 am via Zoom
This group is for people who have retired or are entering retirement and are seeking to learn and share their experiences with others. Grounded in prayer, the group is a safe and confidential space to help navigate the changes and challenges that come with retirement. Retirement: Transition and Purpose does not provide legal or financial advice. Instead, we gather for conversation to find support, direction, and fulfillment in our post-retirement lives. Led by the Reverend Meredith Ward, we meet on Zoom on the first Tuesday of every month. 


Grief, Hope, and Healing Together

Fourth Wednesday of every month, 6-7 pm via Zoom

Jesus said, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Grief is something we all go through at some point in our lives and when we do, comfort can seem very far away. This is a support group for those who have experienced the recent loss of a friend or loved one or are going through a longer-term bereavement process. The group does not provide formal grief counseling. We gather for conversation in a safe and supportive environment to express our sorrow and to begin to find hope and healing together. Led by the Reverend Meredith Ward, we meet on Zoom on the 4th Wednesday of each month from 6-7 pm via Zoom. 



Education For Ministry (EFM)

Are you looking to live into your faith more fully, to have faith connect more deeply with everyday life? 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 spiritual practice in community, EfM—a four-year certificate program in theological education with a weekly in-person seminar format that starts again this fall—may be for you. To learn more, please download our information handout here, or contact EfM Mentor Liza Page Nelson.  

Upcoming and Ongoing Classes