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May 22, 2022: The Sixth Sunday of Easter

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

  • All persons over the age of 5 attending in-person worship at St. Bart’s must show proof of vaccination, and eligible adults must show proof of vaccination and a booster shot. 
  • Masks are required for all, at all times. 
  • At the 11 am service, outdoor seating is 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.  For the safety of the wider community, we encourage all of our members to receive the vaccination.

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

  

8 am (Chapel) Holy Eucharist

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. The Reverend Canon Andrew Mullins, Assistant Rector, preaches.  

9 am (Church) Holy Eucharist

  • View Today’s Readings.
  • The Right Reverend Mary D. Glasspool, Bishop Assistant of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, preaches. 
  • 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.

10 am Youth @ The Center.  

Contact Julie Ross for information about how to attend.

11 am (Church) Choral Eucharist

  • View Today’s Readings.
  • The Right Reverend Mary D. Glasspool, Bishop Assistant of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, preaches. 
  • Bishop Glasspool will confirm members of St. Bart's, receive members of St. Bart's into the Episcopal Church, and offer members of St. Bart's the opportunity to reaffirm their baptismal vows. 
  • 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. Bartholomew's Choir
  • The 11 am service will also be livestreamed. Additional info here.   
  • At the 11 am service, we offer additional seating in the Great Hall. The congregation in the Great Hall can view our livestream from the church, and receive Holy Communion in person from a priest. Proof of vaccination is not required for seating in the Great Hall.
  • To add a name to the prayer list, you may send an email to or contact any of the clergy. 

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

    • Virtual Coffee Hour following our 11 am Livestream Service, from 12:30 to 1 pm, Password 282860. Drop in to say "Hello." All are welcome -- we love meeting new people joining us from near and far!
    • St. Tabitha's Guild will crochet and knit for a variety of projects at a distance via Zoom, 2-4 pm. All are welcome. 
    • LGBTQ+ Community Brunch Join members of our LGBTQ+ Community for virtual brunch and conversation from 2 pm to 3 pm via Zoom.  All are welcome.
    • Living Christ Sangha meditation practice, 3-4:30 pm via Zoom. All are welcome

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

5 pm (Chapel) Contemplative Eucharist

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. The Reverend Peter D. Thompson, Vicar, preaches. 

The Forum at 10 am: Technology and the Church

The Right Reverend Mary Glasspool reflects on the role that technology should play in the life of the Church as it emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Please post your questions for our speaker in the comments section on Facebook or YouTube, or email the Reverend Peter D. Thompson, Vicar, at  .