This April, we're inviting folks from NYC and beyond to join us for a two-day retreat. Opportunities will include a concert featuring the Choir of Pembroke College, Cambridge, a guided tour of the church, engaging panels featuring clergy and lay leaders, and times of worship with guest musician, the Reverend John Tirro. All are welcome!
Join other members of the St. Bart's community for a close read of the landmark encyclical in which Pope Francis urges us to better care for the planet Earth, our common home. Register here.
Join the Reverend Meredith Ward at the Metropolitan Museum for a series of discussions on art and faith. Inspired by Stephen F. Auth’s book Pilgrimage to the Museum: Man’s Search for God through Art and Time, we will focus on a few selected works of art and see how they speak to our souls. Limited to 24 people. Advance registration is required. A charge of $10 per person per visit helps to offset museum entrance fee. If this charge prevents you from attending, please email to ask about financial assistance. Register here.
Join us for a relaxed, refreshing, and radically-welcoming worship service and dinner Thursday nights in May and June. This nine-week series will include modern worship and gospel music, a timely message, and communion — followed by a light supper and social hour (free of charge). Pray your way into the weekend with us at St. Bart’s this spring! Learn more.
This three-week series is offered seasonally for newcomers. It offers an introduction to the Episcopal Church and an orientation to our community at St. Bart's. This is a great next step for anyone curious about the church or looking to get involved. All are welcome! Register at www.stbarts.org/explore
Sacred Ground is a dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Participants will walk through America’s history of race and racism through a powerful curriculum of films and readings that focus on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific American histories as they intersect with European American histories. Sacred Ground is part of Becoming Beloved Community, The Episcopal Church’s long-term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice. Registration coming soon.
Services designated A Choral Feast present the opportunity to experience great sacred choral repertoire within their original context of a worship service. Join us on Sunday, April 23 for Franz Schubert's Mass in G, with chamber orchestra, and on Sunday, May 7 for repertoire including George Frideric Handel's Coronation Anthem No. 2, offered with an ensemble of period instruments.