Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Saturday, September 10
5 p.m. Evening Prayer in the Celtic Tradition

Sunday, September 11
9 a.m. Choral Eucharist
No ReGeneration service at this time. We livestream the Sunday services on YouTube and Facebook. View worship bulletins on the St. Bart's App or on the Worship Schedule page.
Bible Studies
Genesis Bible Study
Wednesdays, September 7 - November 16, 10am - 12pm. We want to take you on a journey you will not soon forget through the book of Genesis. Bill Moyers presented "Genesis: A Living Conversation" on PBS a number of years ago. We'll watch his sessions and discuss them together afterward. The study takes place on Zoom. We'll send out the notes, handouts and Zoom link for every session. Contact Bob Capettini or download the flyer (PDF).
Wednesday Women's Bible Study
The Wednesday Women’s Bible Study begins the fall session on September 21 at 6 pm. You will have the choice to meet in-person or online using Google MeetWe will be reading Determined: Living like Jesus in Every Moment, A Study of Luke by Heather Dixon. This book will help participants live intentionally and embrace abundant life! If you have questions, contact Anne Snyder, 858-485-0562.
Music at St. Bart's!
Children's Choir Begins
Join us this Sunday, September 11, at 10:15 a.m. (following the 9:00 a.m. service) for our first children’s choir practice of the year! Practices will take place in the choir room, which is in the lower level of the Preschool building (just past the main sanctuary). Come ready to have lots of fun and learn all about music and singing! Contact Dr. John-Luke Addison for more information.
Join Our Music Ministry!
Come make a joyful noise with us for our 2022-23 season! You do not need to have prior music experience to be a part of St. Bart's music. We have several opportunities at St. Bart's for music, including adult choir, children's choir, community choir, handbells, strings, brass, winds, schola, contemporary music, and much more! If you love music, and want to give it a try, contact Dr. John-Luke Addison.
Music Cabaret Night!
We are planning for our first music event of the year, an exciting Music Cabaret Night, on Friday, September 30, 7:00 p.m.! What an exciting way to kick off our 2022-23 season. The theme is "Hooray for Hollywood," celebrating the music of the silver screen, and it will be hosted by Food Network icon and San Diego Magazine publisher, Troy Johnson! Join us in supporting our music ministry as we enjoy a fun evening with fabulous music, desserts, drinks, and good times all around.
Updates & Events
Update from Haiti
An update from the school in Haiti from Jim Grandinetti:

"Teacher training today at Epiphanie School in Loranette. Government has pushed back the start of school until October 3. Rev. Guilene Fiefie visited the school today and sent me a good photo."

If you would like to know about St. Bart's involvement in Haiti, please email Jim Grandinetti.
Season of Creation
The Environmental Stewardship Team is glad to announce that St. Bart’s will participate in the annual ecumenical celebration of the Season of Creation! With our diocesan churches and faith communities around the globe, we unite this year around the theme of “Listen to the Voice of Creation." Taking place from September 3 through October 2, St. Bart’s will provide liturgical elements, activities and events that celebrate the gift of our planet home and call us to become stewards of her care and protection. Learn more.
Acolyte Training - September 10, 10 a.m.
Acolytes play an important role in our weekly worship. From assisting at the altar to participating in portions of the liturgy--these young people help provide us with a meaningful worship experience. If you have a child or know of a child who would be interested in being an acolyte, this is the perfect time to get involved! For more information, please contact Charlotte Jones.
Daughters of the King (DOK) Info Session
Daughters of the King is an order for women who undertake a rule of life incorporating prayer, service and evangelism. All who feel called are welcome to join us for an information session on Sunday, September 11 at 2 p.m. in the Choir Room in the Education Building. DOK is for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate. For more information, please contact Sandy Morrison.
New Diocesan Sacred Ground Circle
Join a new Sacred Ground circle beginning on October 3. An informational session takes place on Monday, September 12 at 5:30 p.m. Sacred Ground is the Episcopal Church’s curriculum that creates space for difficult but respectful conversation about race. The circle will start on Monday, October 3, 5:30-7:30 p.m. via Zoom and will meet for 12 sessions. Meetings are generally every two weeks—except holidays—through March 20. Click here or contact Jill Henderson for info.
Welcome to St. Bart's
If you joined St Bart’s in the past two years, we are so glad you're here! We’d like to get to know you. Starting Sunday, September 25 and continuing every other month, we will gather for a light meal and getting to know each other in a small group. If you are a newcomer or someone who has been at St Bart’s and wanting to feel more connected, please join one of our Welcome Gatherings. More details coming after Labor Day weekend. If you have questions, please connect with Judy Macemon, 858-472-1474.
Build a House in a Day!
We're excited to announce a brand-new, hands-on outreach ministry opportunity. In a single day(!), roughly 25 St. Bart's volunteers will join forces with Incarnation Lutheran to build two houses for families living in the under-developed areas. On Saturday, October 22, we will caravan across the border, build the houses with supplies waiting for us there, and return that evening. More Information. Contact JD Cowart for details, and stay tuned!
Around Our Diocese
My Identity as a Deacon
The Rev. Daniel McMillan reflects on his identity as a deacon, saying, "As a deacon, I am one who serves. And pastoral care has been a big part of that. Currently, I have been seeing parishioners on a one-on-one basis for coffee. I hear about spiritual journeys, and I always marvel at how God brings people from sometimes radically different backgrounds into our church. For me, this is the beauty of being Episcopalian. . ." Continue reading.
Ordination to the Diaconate
God willing and the people consenting, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Susan Brown Snook will ordain Michael Kilpatrick and Pete Martin (our former Seminarian!) to the Holy Order of Deacons on Saturday, October 22 at 11 a.m. at St. Paul's Cathedral. This is a sacred service open to all. The Episcopal tradition claims an unsevered blessing from St. Peter down through the ages to people who are ordained today. The bishop's office will livestream the service on diocesan Facebook page and YouTube channel. Clergy: red stoles. Reception follows.
Restorative Justice Retreat
Camp Stevens invites you to its 70th anniversary October 28-30. We will learn, listen, love, and start the process of healing across faiths, generations, identities, cultures, and beyond. Participants of all ages can choose from workshops and small group conversations to creative activities and personal reflection. Join us for the whole weekend or come up for the day on Saturday for workshops, fellowship, meals, and our keynote speaker, Valarie Kaur (pictured). Learn more.
Dates to Remember

  • 6 - 7:30 p.m. Youth CREW middle and high school students, in person
  • 6 p.m. Women's Bible Study. Contact Anne Snyder.

  • 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Choir School

  • 7:45 - 9 a.m. Men's Ministry on Zoom
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