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COVID-19 Safety Protocols

All persons over the age of 12 attending in-person worship at St. Bart’s must show proof of vaccination. Masks are required for all, at all times. Please note: Fabric masks alone do not offer sufficient protection against the Omicron variant. St. Bart's now requests that in-person worshippers wear an N95 or KN95 mask or double mask with both a fabric and surgical mask. Extra surgical masks will be available at St. Bart's Central for those who arrive without one. Thank you for your understanding.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our whole community.

At the 11 am service, outdoor seating is now available on the terrace. The outdoor congregation will view our live stream from the church, and receive Holy Communion in person from a priest. Proof of vaccination is not required for outdoor seating.

Please do not attend services in person if, at any time, you experience symptoms known to be associated with COVID-19. We ask that all who experience such symptoms, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, receive a negative PCR test result before returning physically to St. Bart’s. For the safety of the wider community, we encourage all of our members to receive the vaccination.

January 23, 2021: Third Sunday after the Epiphany

8 am In-Person Worship Service in the Chapel

The Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe, Rector, preaches.

Holy Eucharist in the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer. Download the worship leaflet to follow along. Printed copies are available at the service, or, as an eco-friendly option, a QR code of the worship leaflet is accessible at the entrance to the Chapel.

9 am In-Person Worship Service

Welcome at 8:55 am. The Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe, Rector, preaches.

Holy Eucharist with congregational singing and St. Bart's Singers participating. 

  • View Today’s Readings.
  • Download the worship leaflet to follow along. Printed copies are available at the service, or, as an eco-friendly option, a QR code of the worship leaflet is accessible at the entrance to the Church.
  • Congregational singing, along with the St. Bart's Singers.
  • Those in attendance may attend the Forum at 10 am in the Great Hall.

10 am Youth @ The Center

Our resident youth group has returned both in-person in Room 44 and on Zoom. If you or a family member is a young person in middle or high school, contact Julie Ross for information about how to attend. Details here.

10 am The Forum

Join us online via our website, Facebook, and YouTube, or watch in the Great Hall.

TWO FRIENDS, TWO PROPHETS: RABBI ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEL AND MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
We continue our look at The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s interfaith partnerships with Susannah Heschel, the Eli M. Black Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College, who reflects on the friendship shared by King and her father, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. To read an article by Professor Heschel about the friendship, click herePlease post your questions for our speaker in the comments section on Facebook or YouTube, or email the Reverend Peter D. Thompson, Vicar, at  .
To learn more about The Forum, see our schedule of upcoming speakers, and watch archives of past speakers click here.

11 am In-Person and Livestream Worship Service

Organ prelude at approximately 10:55 am. The Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe, Rector, preaches.

Holy Eucharist with congregational singing and St. Bartholomew's Choir participating. 

  • Welcome to in-person worship at our 11 am service! This service will also be live streamed. Additional info here. 
  • At the 11 am service, we now offer additional seating outdoors on the terrace. The outdoor congregation will view our live stream from the church, and receive Holy Communion in person from a priest. Proof of vaccination is not required for outdoor seating.
  • Tips for Online Worship.
  • View Today’s Readings (Track 2).
  • Download the worship leaflet to follow along. Printed copies are available at the service, or, as an eco-friendly option, a QR code of the worship leaflet is accessible at the entrance to the Church.
  • To add a name to the prayer list, you may send an email to or contact any of the clergy. 

Join us for Virtual Gatherings After the 11 am Service:

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

    5 pm Contemplative In-Person Eucharist in the Chapel

    The Reverend Peter D. Thompson, Vicar, preaches.

    Join us for a Eucharist with congregational singing in our candlelit chapel. Download the worship leaflet to follow along. Printed copies are available at the service, or, as an eco-friendly option, a QR code of the worship leaflet is accessible at the entrance to the Church.

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    January 16, 2021: Commemorating the Life and Witness of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    The Forum: Brothers in Beloved Community: The Friendship of Thich Nhat Hanh and Martin Luther King, Jr. (Recorded)

    As we celebrate The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, the Right Reverend Marc Andrus, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of California, offers an inside look at King's friendship with the Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh. Bishop Andrus' released a book on the subject in late 2021. View the book here: Brothers in Beloved Community: The Friendship of Thich Nhat Hanh and Martin Luther King Jr. Bishop Andrus has extended a 30% discount on the purchase of his book through the publisher, using the code Marc30. The offer is good through January 23. To place an order, visit the publisher's website here.  

    11 am In-Person and Livestream Worship Service (Recorded)

    The Reverend Meredith E. Ward, Associate Rector for Pastoral Care, preaches.

    Holy Eucharist with congregational singing and St. Bartholomew's Choir participating.