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September 19, 2021: The Feast of St. Bartholomew

8 am In-Person Worship Service in the Chapel

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

Beginning Sunday, September 19, our in-person service offered at 8 am in the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer will resume. Advance reservations are not currently required.

Because of the increased spread of COVID-19, 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 will be available at the service.

9 am In-Person Worship Service

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

Because of the increased spread of COVID-19, 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 will also be available at the service.
  • Congregational singing, along with the St. Bart's Singers.
  • Those in attendance may view 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.

Join us for the St. Bart's Day Fair immediately following the service, fully outdoors on the Great Terrace. We celebrate our patron saint and our vibrant and inclusive community, with opportunities to learn about various ways to get involved at St. Bart's. More information here.

11 am In-Person and Livestream Worship Service

Organ prelude at approximately 10:50 am. The Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe, Rector, preaches.

Because of the increased spread of COVID-19, 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 will also be available for those attending the service in-person.
  • 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 the St. Bart's Day Fair immediately following the service, fully outdoors on the Great Terrace. We celebrate our patron saint and our vibrant and inclusive community, with opportunities to learn about various ways to get involved at St. Bart's. More information here.

The 20s/30s Group will head out for their September brunch at 1 pm to nearby Bistango Restaurant. Details here. All are welcome!

Join us for Virtual Gatherings After  the 11 am Service:

  • Virtual Coffee Hour via Zoom will feature the St. Bart's Day Fair today. Join members of the St. Bart's community and one of our clergy members, 12:30-1 pm. Password 282860. All are welcome.
  • LGBTQ+ Community Brunch: Join members of our LGBTQ+ community for virtual brunch and conversation, 2-3 pm. All are welcome.
  • Living Christ Sangha meditation practice, 3-4:30 pm. All are welcome.

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

5 pm Contemplative In-Person Eucharist in the Chapel

 

The Reverend Canon Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation, and Creation Care  preaches.

No registration is required -- all are welcome! Download the worship leaflet to follow along. Printed copies will also be available at the service.

Because of the increased spread of COVID-19, 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 Forum Scheduled

Instead, join us for the St. Bart's Day Fair between the 9 am and 11 am services, and immediately after the 11 am service, fully outdoors on the Great Terrace. We celebrate our patron saint and our vibrant and inclusive community, with opportunities to learn about various ways to get involved at St. Bart's. 

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September 12, 2021: Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

As we mark the twentieth anniversary of September 11, 2001, and continue to face the COVID-19 pandemic, our Sunday services will focus on remembering all who have died.

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

The Reverend Peter D. Thompson, Vicar, preaches.

The Forum: The Anatomy of Grief (Recorded)

As we mark the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001, and mourn the millions who have already died as part of the COVID-19 pandemic, psychologist and psychotherapist Dorothy P. Holinger, Ph.D. explains how grief works and offers suggestions on how to deal with the grief we experience. Please email questions for the speaker to , or post them in the comments section on Facebook or YouTube.

Click here for a discount for the author's book.

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September 5, 2021: Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

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

The Reverend Meredith E. Ward, Interim Associate Rector, preaches.

Sunday at The Forum: Come Labor On: Reflections on Labor Day (Recorded)

On Labor Day weekend, The Reverend Richard Witt, Executive Director of Rural Migrant Ministry, reflects on the experience and needs of farmworkers in New York state and the importance of advocating for all workers’ rights.

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