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October 9, 2022: The Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Masks are now optional within the church and Community House. We continue to welcome masks for those who feel more comfortable wearing them. We strongly encourage full vaccination against COVID-19 (including the new booster) and vaccination against the seasonal flu, but no longer require proof of vaccination. 

8 am (Chapel) Holy Eucharist

Our earliest service on Sundays, the 8 am service offers a quiet, traditional service with a sermon and no music. The order of service follows the traditional Rite I language of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. The Reverend Meredith Ward, Associate Rector for Pastoral Care, will preach.   

9 am (Church) Holy Eucharist

An intimate celebration of holy communion, held in the round, that emphasizes congregational singing and fresh, new ways of talking about God and the life of faith. St. Bart's Singers offer musical leadership. View today's readings. The Reverend Stephanie Sellers, Assisting Priest, will preach. Download the leaflet here.

10 am Activity Hour for Children Youth and Families (Community House)

StoryMakers: Arts, crafts, and drama for grades K–5 (Room 52)
Youth at the Center: Discussion, games, faith exploration (and donuts!) for grades 6–12. (Room 33)

10 am The Forum

New York Focus: A Clocer Look at Our City and State
Akash Mehta, Editor-in-Chief of journalism start-up New York Focus, reflects on the fight for criminal justice reform, the implementation of a new climate law, and other issues facing our city and our state.

Please post your questions for our speaker in the comments section on Facebook or YouTube, or email the Reverend Peter D. Thompson, Vicar, at .

11 am (Church) Choral Eucharist (In-Person and Online)

Join us for In-Person and Virtual Gatherings After the 11 am Service:

See our weekly eNews with information for online gatherings and classes this week. 

5 pm (Chapel) Contemplative Eucharist

Join us for an intimate service of holy communion in our candlelit chapel. At this service, rhythms of silence, singing, scripture, and prayer are woven together into an intimate hour of spiritual renewal — the perfect way to end the weekend and prepare for the week ahead. The Reverend Meredith Ward, Associate Rector for Pastoral Care, will preach.