July 6, 2018      ·      325 PARK AVENUE AT 51ST STREET      ·      212-378-0222      ·      STBARTS.ORG 
 
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THE SEVENTH SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST
 
FOUR SERVICES
 

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

10 AM 
[Great Hall]
"Heaven to Table"
Join Matthew Moretz in the Forum for a presentation and discussion on how to incorporate Christian prayer practices into your household.


11 AM 
[Church]
St. Bartholomew's Choir offers music of Friedell, Rorem, and Smith.
 
 




THE EIGHTH SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST
FOUR SERVICES
8, 9, 11 am; 5 pm


8:45 AM - 12:15 PM

Free Childcare
to Age Five


10 AM
[Great Hall]
Join us as we welcome teacher and retreat leader, Helen Goodkin, who will present "Eve, Adam, and the Garden: The Creation Stories Through a Feminist Lens." Her presentation will feature images from the history of art to demonstrate how our culture has understood these stories over time.   
 
 
11 AM 
CHORAL EUCHARIST  
[Church]
St. Bartholomew's Choir offers music of
Byrd and Trafka.


 

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 FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENTS 
 

The General Convention of The Episcopal Church is underway. Bishop Wolfe is attending this triennial gathering where bishops and delegates discern issues facing our Church. Read Bishop Curry's powerful opening sermon, read updates, follow the New York contingent and watch videos of meetings
    
See photos of last Sunday when we welcomed the Reverend Susan Anderson-Smith as our new Associate Rector for Justice and Reconciliation and Interim Director of Crossroads Community Services
 
 
In May, the Reverend Dr. Kris Lewis-Theerman joined our St. Bart's clergy team as Assisting Priest, presiding and preaching at our weekday 12:05 am Eucharists.  Over the summer, we are delighted that Kris will assist with our Sunday liturgies as well.  
 

Visit and subscribe to our YouTube Channel. In our latest videos we share music from last Sunday's Choral Feast series, and our annual congregational singing of The Star-Spangled Banner.

      

Recent Phishing EmailsIn the last few weeks, some St. Bart's parishioners and staff members have received some very odd emails that appear to be from clergy and other staff members. Please read our warning on phishing emails.
      


AND MORE 
 
See the latest 100 Celebrations Photos! New events are added each week  -- coming up are American Impressionism in Lyme CT and Make a Joyful Noise at St. Bart's, and Shakespeare and Cycling in Central Park.  See all upcoming events and sign up.  
   
New Events in 100 Ways to Serve: Coming up -- help make  blankets for Warm up America on Sunday, July 15 at 2 pm , Volunteer orientation for Crossroads Community Services on Monday, July 23 at 6 pm.  See all service events and sign up .
 
Our new monthly music series continues on Sunday, August 5 at 11 am with a "Commissioning of the Choristers". In anticipation of their pilgrimage to Exeter Cathedral, St. Bartholomew's Boy and Girl Choristers will offer music from their residency.  
 

 
Pride Sunday at St. Bart's: See photos, listen to the sermon preached by Bishop Wolfe, and watch a video of music presented on June 24, Pride Sunday, at St. Bart's.
 
      
 
Registration Now Open for Summer Camp: Summer at St. Bart's offers something for everyone ages 3 to 13--sports, drama, science, dance, arts, crafts and more! Learn more. 
 
 

2018 Stewardship: As we move into summer, please remember to arrange payment of your pledge; St. Bart's depends of the generosity of its parishioners. If you have any questions, email Meighan Corbett or Manny Rodriguez, or call 212-378-0230. 
 
Having reached capacity in our Memorial Chapel and Columbarium , we have embarked upon a project to construct 30 new niches. Only 1 is available at current pricing on a "first come, first served" basis. Info: Novlette Stephenson, 212-378-0265.
 
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.     

 
COMMUNITY GROUPS MEETING THIS MONTH  
 

 
St. Bart's Adult Professionals Group will be having an after-work summer social on the terrace of Inside Park on Tuesday, July 17, 6-8 pm. RSVP to Michael Gaulin or Dulcie Mapondera