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THE THIRD 
SUNDAY OF EASTER 
APRIL 15, 2018
 
FOUR SERVICES


8:45 AM - 12:15 PM  
Free Childcare
to Age Five


10 AM
KAIROS 
[4th Floor] 
Adam and Eve
in the Garden
 


10 AM  
[Great Hall]
Members of our Centennial Celebration  
Committee share everything you'd want to know, but are afraid to ask, about our observance of the first hundred years of worshiping on Park Avenue. Come and discover all of the fellowship, service, and celebration that will be taking place in this special centennial year.

 
10 AM  
[Vestry Room]
What is "liturgy" and why is it so important to Episcopalians? What does it mean to be a member of St. Bart's? Led by the Reverend Lynn Sanders.
 

11 AM
 CHORAL EUCHARIST 
St. Bartholomew's Choir and the Boy and Girl Choristers offer music of Bell, Friedell and Wyton.

   








THE FOURTH SUNDAY
OF EASTER 
April 22, 2018


FOUR SERVICES
8, 9, 11 am; 5 pm

8:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Free Childcare
to Age Five
 

10 AM
 KAIROS
[4th Floor]
Noah's Arc


10 AM
[Great Hall]
Join us as we welcome back a dear friend of this parish, the Reverend Jay Sidebotham, our former Vicar. He will be sharing insights that he has drawn from his outstanding service as the Director of RenewalWorks, which supports the growth and revitalization of parishes around the country.


10 AM
[Vestry Room]
What's our "take" on the Bible? What are the Episcopal Church's "hot-button" issues? How do Episcopalians handle differences? Join the Rev. Matthew Moretz for the third installment of this introductory course for adults.  


10:45 AM
CHORAL PRELUDE
Con Brio Women's Choir, Seattle, WA.
 

11 AM
CHORAL EUCHARIST
St. Bartholomew's Choir and the Boy and Girl Choristers offer music of Goodall, Rheinberger, and Taverner. 
 




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FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENTS


We welcome the Reverend Doctor Mark S. Anschutz, as our guest preacher at  9  and  11 am on Sunday, April 15. At 12:30 pm, come hear Mark discuss Christian Stewardship. A light lunch will be served. Learn more and RSVP.
 

EXPLORE Classes New to St. Bart's or the Episcopal Church? Thinking of joining? Looking at life and faith in new ways? Join our Spring series of EXPLORE classes Sundays, 10 to 10:45 am, through April 29 in the Vestry Room.


The Forum: This Sunday, April 15 at 10 am, m embers of our Centennial Celebration  Committee share everything you'd want to know about our observance of the first hundred years of worshiping on Park Avenue. 
 

Listening to the Nones: Monday Class Series, 7-8:30 pm; April 16 and 23, May 7 and 14 in Room 33. Join Patrick Hornbeck, parishioner and chair of theology at Fordham University, for a four-week dialogue about one of the key factors shaping U.S. culture today.  

AND MORE


Great Music at St. Bart's
presents The Dorian Wind Quintet
in a program of jazz works including Gershwin's Three Preludes, Schuller's Blues, Childs'  Fugue in Perpetual Motion, and Schifrin's La Nouvelle Orleans. April 17 at 7:30 pm


100 Celebrations of St. Bart's: New events are added each week -- meet other St. Bartians  for an afternoon of crafting, a Mets game,  enjoy chocolate, wine tasting etc.  Sign up here.

 

Youth Social Justice and Advocacy for Grades 6-8th and 9-12th:
A 3-session seminar for young people interested in social justice advocacy and those seeking opportunities to gain leadership training. Register by April 15. Email Lucy Bernardin for details. 
 

Drinks with Dean! Join Dean and Ellen Wolfe on Tuesday, April 24, 6-8 pm for conversation and a bite. Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments will be available. Hosted by the Stewardship Chairs for 2018. RSVP to Manny Rodríguez.


St. Bart's Community Preschool 
is accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. For over 40 years, our preschool has provided a warm, nurturing first school experience.  
 

St. Bart's Mosaic Society: If you have recently made provision for St. Bart's in your estate plan, please let us know so we can add your name to the roster of the Mosaic Society. Please contact Meighan Corbett to learn more.

 
Having reached capacity in our Memorial Chapel and Columbarium, we recently completed construction of 30 new niches. Only 3 are available at current pricing on a "first come, first served" basis. Info: Novlette Stephenson, 212-378-0265.


COMMUNITY GROUPS MEETING 

Episcopal Peace Fellowship:  St. Bart's chapter will meet on Sunday, April 22 at 12:30 pm. All are welcome. We'll be planning future events and activities, so bring your ideas. Please contact Richard Jordan to learn more.

 
The St. Bart's Adult Professionals Group will gather for brunch on Sunday, May 6, 12:45-2 pm at The Press Box restaurant. The Adult Professionals are active and inquisitive career-minded people seeking fellowship with other similar individuals. Learn more. 
 
 





GUEST CHOIRS
FROM AROUND THE WORLD
 
St. Bart's radical welcome extends not just to the seeker or worshiper, but also to guest musical ensembles from around the world. This month welcome guest choirs to our liturgies:
 
Sunday, April 22 at 11 am
The Con Brio Women's Choir, Seattle, WA

Sunday, April 29 at 11 am
The Midway High School Choir, Waco, TX

Please join us for these services and arrive early
to hear outstanding choral preludes.
  
 




MARK YOUR CALENDARS
 
MAY 6 
Acolyte Moving Up Ceremony at 9 am,
Welcome Sunday at 11 am  
 
MAY 20 
Confirmations, Receptions and Reaffirmations
with the Right Reverend Mary D. Glasspool ,
Assistant Bishop, The Episcopal Diocese of New York

MAY 13
Great Music at St. Bart's presents Patterns in a Chromatic Field
with Stephen Marotto, cello, and Marilyn Nonken, piano.
Details and tickets.