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October 24, 2021: The Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost

8 am In-Person Worship Service in the Chapel

The Reverend Meredith Ward, Interim Associate Rector, preaches.

Our in-person service offered at 8 am is in the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer. Advance reservations are not currently required.

Masks are required for all worshipers, regardless of vaccination status. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our whole community.

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.

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.

Masks are required for all worshipers, regardless of vaccination status. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our whole community. 

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.

  • No registration is required -- all are welcome!
  • 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.
  • To add a name to the prayer list, you may send an email to or contact any of the clergy.

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.

11 am In-Person and Livestream Worship Service

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

Masks are required for all worshipers, regardless of vaccination status. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our whole community. 

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.

  • Welcome to in-person worship at our 11 am service! No registration is required -- all are welcome! This service will also be livestreamed. Additional info here.
  • 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.
  • Congregational singing, along with the St. Bartholomew's Choir.
  • To add a name to the prayer list, you may send an email to or contact any of the clergy. 

Join us for Virtual and In-Person 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 Meredith Ward, Interim Associate Rector, preaches.

No registration is required -- all are welcome! 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.

Masks are required for all worshipers, regardless of vaccination status. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our whole community.

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.

Sunday at The Forum

10 AM in the great hall

Join us live and in-person for The Forum in the Great Hall. The Forum will also be livestreamed for those who prefer to tune in remotely.

Christianity’s Complicated Origins: Implications for Christian-Jewish Relations Today

Jesus himself was Jewish, as were his disciples and the earliest Christians, and yet Christians have often downplayed their Jewish origins. Mary C. Boys, the Skinner & McAlpin Professor of Theology at Union Theological Seminary and the author of several books on Christian-Jewish relations, looks at how Christians might show greater reverence for Jesus’ own tradition. Post your questions in the comments on either Facebook or YouTube, or email

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October 17, 2021: The Feast of Saint Luke

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

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

Sunday at The Forum: The Work of Healing in the COVID-19 Pandemic (Recorded)

As we recognize St. Luke’s Day and honor all healthcare providers, St. Bart’s members who work in the healthcare field offer their reflections on the past eighteen months and what comes next.

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October 10, 2021: The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

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

A Choral Feast returns to the 11 AM Eucharist, featuring a complete performance of Franz Joseph Haydn's Missa Sancti Nicolai for choir, soloists, and orchestra. In order to present the entire work in its original liturgical context, no sermon was preached at this service. More information here.

Sunday at The Forum: Reckoning with Columbus (Recorded)

The observance of Columbus Day is as controversial as ever. But who exactly was Christopher Columbus? Laurence Bergreen, author of Columbus: The Four Voyages, gives us a picture of the full, complex person and reflects on how we continue to wrestle with his legacy.

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To learn more about The Forum, see our schedule of upcoming speakers, and watch archives of past speakers click here.