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THE TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 
November 12, 2017
  

FOUR SERVICES
8, 9, 11 and 5
 

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


   10 AM
for children and youth
[4th Floor]

1-4TH GRADE   
will travel across the Red Sea with Moses and Miriam and the brave Hebrew Slaves! Join us as we experience the rising tides of the sea and the wet, rocky ground of the riverbeds under our feet as we make our way to the promised land!  
 

10:05 AM
Join parishioner, Nick Stuart, as he talks about one of his latest documentaries, "Milwaukee 53206," which covers the issue of mass incarceration in the Unites States.  
 
 
 
St. Bartholomew's Choir offers music of 
Bairstow , Handel, and Willan.


    
      
   




 
 


THE TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
November 19, 2017
   

FOUR SERVICES
8, 9, 11 and 5

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


  10 AM
for children and youth 
[4th Floor]
Come wander in the wilderness as we explore our path to God and to
each other and find our dwelling place in God's abounding love.



10:05 AM
The Rector's Forum
Our guest is J. Chester Johnson, author of "Auden, the Psalms, and Me." Learn about his work with the great poet, W. H. Auden, and his story of their committee's retranslation of the psalms contained in the current Book of Common Prayer. 


11 AM
Choral Eucharist 
 
St. Bartholomew's Choir offers music of  Stanford, Sullivan, and Willian   
 
 
 
     
 

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FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Forum, November 12 at 10:05am, join parishioner Nick Stuart as he talks about one of his latest documentaries, " Milwaukee 53206," which addresses the issue of mass incarceration in the United States.

  

At Our 9am Eucharist
you may notice fresh music, new prayers and texts within our popular "Eucharist in the Round" service.  We are exploring fresh expressions of ancient truths. We welcome your presence, thoughts, and comments!

Eucharist Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Eucharist: All are welcome to join us on
Wednesday November 22 at  6pm for our annual Thanksgiving Eucharist  in the Chapel.

 



Fare Share Friday Friday, November 24, 4 pm and 7 pm in the Church. Feast with our soup kitchen diners and supporters of Crossroads Community!  View this video to learn more.
 



Advent Fair for All Ages 
Sunday, December 3, 10 to 11am. 
Come for Advent wreath-making, ornament-making, and a family photo-booth! Hot chocolate, hot cider, and sweet treats will be served. All are welcome! 
 


Festival of Advent Lessons and Carols:  Sunday, December 3 at 5 pm in the Church. The prophesies of the coming of Christ, splendid Advent carols and anthems, festive reception following.
  


Centering Prayer for Advent: Monday evenings starting December 4 will offer teaching-practice sessions in Centering Prayer. An especially helpful practice to help us stay calm and in touch with what is important. Lean more.
 


It's that time of year! 
Sign your children up for St. Bartholomew's Pageant on December 24! Rehearsals for principal roles will be held on Sundays during Kairos education hour. Learn more 
  

AND MORE


A dvent and Christmas
are wonderful seasons at St. Bart's, with beautiful music and services for all ages. See our complete list of services and events and please join us throughout the season.

 

2017 Stewardship Campaign: It continues to be a good time to give stock. With stock averages at all time highs, there is no better time to make stock gifts to fulfill your Stewardship Pledge for 2017. To learn more, please email Meighan Corbett  or Manny Rodri­guez.
 

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society of NY
 dances historic social dances of Scotland on the third floor at St. Bart's each Thursday. New dancers are invited to
join an 8 week basic class on November 30 and December 7. Learn more.
 
art by preschool students
 
St. Bart's Community Preschool  is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. For over 40 years, our preschool has provided a warm, nurturing first school experience.  
 
 

Do you love to sing? Have you had choral experience in high school or college and want to resume singing? Then, please consider joining St. Bart's Singers , our gifted volunteer choir.  
 


Daily office officiants needed:  We need a few volunteers to help lead our daily offi ces of Evening Prayer (every day at 5:30 pm) and Morning Prayer (Saturdays at 10 am). Please contact David Bryan, Liturgy Coordinator.
 


PROGRAM AND FELLOWSHIP GROUPS MEETING THIS MONTH  

Brunch with St. Bart's 40S/50s Plus: Please join us for brunch, Sunday, November 12 at Dos Caminos after the 11 am service. We look forward to meeting you, or seeing you again! We will meet at 12:30 pm near the Welcome Table in the rear of the church.  
 
St. Bart's Chapter of Episcopal Peace Fellowship will meet  November 19, from 12:30-2 pm. Michael Stanley of Manhattan Together, a community organizing group for justice causes, will speak on how we can get involved in their work. 
 
 
The St. Bart's Adult Professionals Group will gather for brunch and discussion on Sunday, November 19 from 12:45-2 pm at The Press Box. Learn more








MARK YOUR CALENDARS 

Tuesday, December 5
Midtown Carol Sing-Along at 5:45 pm on St. Bart's front steps; warm up with hot chocolate, cider and cookies inside the church afterwards.

Tuesday, December 12
A Joyous Christmas Concert -7:30 pm in the Church. 

Friday, December 15 
Adoration of The Magi Concert-7:30 pm in the Chapel.