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August 13, 2017

8, 9, 11 and 5

8:45 am - 12:15 pm
to Age Five

10:05 am
The Rector's Forum
  We welcome Jose Chapa, Campaign Coordinator for the Justice for Farmworkers movement 

11 am
continues  with Ralph Vaughan Williams' Mass in G Minor


August 20, 2017

8, 9, 11 and 5
8:45 am - 12:15 pm
to Age Five

10:05 am
The Rector's Forum
  Helen Goodkin explores the meaning of friendship in the
Gospel of John

11 am
Choral Eucharist
continues with Medieval Mysticism: The Tournai Mass (14th Century French)   





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Statement on Equal Rights for All People: We invite you to read statements on LGBTQ equal rights from Bishop Dean Wolfe, Rector of St. Bart's; and the Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.

The Rector's Forum: Join us as we welcome Jose Chapa, Campaign Coordinator for the Justice for Farmworkers movement. He will introduce the work of Rural & Migrant Ministry.

This Sunday at 11 am: Modern Inspiration from the Renaissance

-- Ralph Vaughan Williams' Mass in G Minor. See what's coming up in our
Summer Festival of Sacred Music. 

Spending time away from of NYC this summer? Keep up with Sunday sermons and forums by listening to audio recordings available at or visit our YouTube Channel for a variety of videos from St. Bart's. 


  The St. Bart's Players present "The Laramie Project" -- August 16-18 at 7:30 pm at the St. Bart's Community House, 3rd Floor. $10 suggested donations accepted at the door. Learn more at or call 212-378-0248. 

Take a look at our video of Summer at St. Bart's! Our camp offers something for everyone ages 3 to 13 including sports, drama, science, dance, arts, crafts and more! A few spots are available for August.


Entertaining at St. Bart's
Whether you are planning a holiday event, milestone celebration, or children's party. We have many wonderful spaces available to rent for your occasion. Learn more.  

We can end AIDS together!
TEAM ST. BART'S will be biking 285 miles from Boston to New York September 8-10, raising money for Housing Works. See the TEAM ST. BART'S table in the back of the church to find out you can support this worthy effort! 

W e are delighted to announce a St. Bart's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land planned for May 10 to 19 in 2019. The pilgrimage will be led by Canon Iyad Qumri and the Right Reverend Dean Wolfe. Learn more.


Engagement Partners 2017: 
You may receive a call, email or text from someone in the parish, inquiring after your well being. Please take a moment to answer your engagement partner's contact and share your thoughts.
Info: Contact Meighan Corbett.
Preschool Rooftop
Applications now available for the St. Bartholomew Community Preschool Playgroup, Fall 2017. The Playgroup provides a time and place for toddlers to gather along with a parent or caregiver for their first school experience.

Visit our Photo Gallery Page
 to see images from recent worship services and events. If you'd like to help create photos and video at St. Bart's contact Kara Flannery.
We are getting ready to order our 2018 weekly and monthly contribution envelopes. If you have envelopes and would like to not receive them for 2018 or would like to receive them, please contact Manny Rodrí­guez.

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.

Crossroads is a beneficiary of the Amazon Smile program. If you are an Amazon customer, you can designate Crossroads as the recipient of the program. Please go to to select Crossroads Community Services, Inc. (New York). Thank you!


St. Bart's Garden Guild continues its work this season. If you have a yen to become a Park Avenue gardener, we need you! Whether you are experienced or willing to learn, just leave your name and number at the front desk of the church. 


Monday, September 11, 11 am
Our annual Service of Hope and Remembrance, in the Church,
with Eucharist,  choral music and sermon.
Our 12:05 pm Eucharist service will be held as usual in the Chapel.

Sunday, September 17
St. Bartholomew's Day (transferred) kicks off our Fall season!
10 am Sunday School and Youth Group registration. Bartholomew Fair 10-11am and 12:15-2 pm, with photo booth, live music,
bouncy castle and more!
At 11 am, St. Bartholomew's Boy and Girl Choristers
lead the Summer Festival of Sacred Music.

Sunday, October 1 at 9 am and 5 pm
Blessing of the Animals, in celebration of the Feast of St. Francis.

Sundays, October 1 - 22, 12:30-2 pm
EXPLORE Classes. What does it mean to be an Anglican?
An Episcopalian? A St. Bartian? Especially helpful for newcomers, open to all.

Mondays, October 16 - November 16, 7-8:30 pm
Another class by St. Bartian and popular professor
Dr. Patrick Hornbeck. Details coming soon!

Sunday, October 29, 11 am
Welcome Sunday: Let us welcome you as a member
of St. Bart's officially and with festivity!
Wednesday, November 22, 6 pm
St. Bart's Thanksgiving Eve Service.
Sunday, December 3 
Advent begins. 5 pm Advent Lessons and Carols.