Saturday 5 p.m.
Celtic Evening Prayer
with Spiritual Communion

Sunday 9 a.m.
ReGeneration Contemporary Service
with Spiritual Communion

St. Bart's in the Park
Old Poway Park - Ceremonial Lawn
in-person worship/not livestreamed

Sunday 11 a.m.
Choral Worship
with Spiritual Communion
Saturday 5 p.m.
Celtic Evening Prayer
with Spiritual Communion
Services are livestreamed on 

Coffee Hour on Zoom
Sundays in September
following the 11 a.m. service
Join together in fellowship every Sunday following the Choral Worship livestream. We'll break into small groups for conversation. All are welcome! Join the Zoom here.

If you prefer to enter the Zoom meeting info:
Meeting ID: 624 892 967
Passcode: Stbarts60
St. Bartholomew's Campus Remains Closed
While construction is underway and we have workers on campus daily, please know that St. Bartholomew's campus remains closed. Church staff will continue working regular hours from their office or home through the summer. The church phone will be answered during regular business hours, Tuesday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Join Us for the Ordination of
Cindy Campos
Saturday, September 12, 11 a.m., Livestream
God willing and the people consenting, Cindy Campos will be ordained to the diaconate on Saturday, September 12 in the courtyard at the Episcopal Church Center. The service will take place at 11 a.m. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, all will be able to participate via the live stream of the service on the Diocesan Facebook page. Cindy is sponsored by St. Bartholomew’s, Poway. Congratulations, Cindy!
Worship in the Park
Sundays in September
Sunday, September 13, 20, 27, 9 a.m.
Old Poway Park, 14134 Midland Road, Poway
St. Bartholomew's will worship in-person at Old Poway Park on the Ceremonial Lawn (click here for a map) every Sunday in September at 9 a.m. We ask that you register in advance online to help streamline the welcome process once you arrive. The online registration links are on the right. Each week the registration closes on Thursday at 4 p.m. If you forget to register, it's no problem. All are welcome! Please make sure to arrive 15-25 minutes early to answer health questions and find a place to sit. We ask that all attending St. Bart's in the Park wear a mask/face covering, bring a lawn chair or blanket and socially distance from those not in your household. You should bring water to stay hydrated also. If you have any questions, please contact the church office at 858-487-2159.
Download the St. Bartholomew's app to view the service bulletin.
Register Here
Choral Evensong Returns
Sunday, September 13, 4 p.m., Livestream
St. Bartholomew's kicks off the music season with a special joint Evensong with St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Del Mar. Join us for Evensong and pray the contemplative service that has become a cultural relic worldwide. The service will be in collaboration with St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Del Mar, and will feature beautiful music provided by both music ministries, and a meditative liturgy to close out the weekend. Evensong will take place on the St. Bart's Facebook or YouTube pages, and any donations to further our music ministry are greatly appreciated.

Get involved in your
faith community
Arts at St. Bart's
Photography Brings Magic
Saturdays, September 12 & 26, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Zoom
Ages 15 and older are welcome
Learn to create wonderful photos from your everyday life! Our award-winning Sukhi Heumann will host a two-part photography workshop via Zoom on two Saturdays. No special equipment is required, other than a camera – the one on your phone will work. The workshop is open to everyone age 15 and older. Come learn how to see the world through a photographic eye and learn camera techniques like composition, lighting, light balance and depth of field. Read the full description here.

Join the class through Zoom - click here. Or use the meeting ID and passcode below. 
Meeting ID: 859 3934 9652
Passcode: Stbarts60
Questions about the class? Contact arts@stbartschurch.org.
A Journey Through End of Life Issues
Tuesday, October 6-27, 11-12:15 p.m., on Zoom
So often, we do not want to think about the end of our life. Yet, it is inevitable. As Mark Twain said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” We will explore ways of talking about how to have difficult conversations with family and friends. Discussions will be held on Advance Directives, POLSTs (come and see what this means) and other documents. Have you ever thought of writing your obituary and planning your own funeral? Or what about Legacy planning? This series is open everyone. All are welcome, no exceptions! For more information and to register, contact Cindy Campos at ccampos@stbartschurch.org.

Explore your faith
at St. Bart's
Who is Your Jesus?
Wednesday, September 2-16, 10:30 a.m. & 7 p.m., on Zoom
We seem to be living in a world and country that is hard to recognize. A terrible pandemic is ravaging the nation and the world. There are riots in our streets. We have an unbelievable national debt. Our country is divided. Here’s a question, what would Jesus do today if he was here with us? How would he lead us out of this mess, encourage us, guide us and care for us? Join us for a three-part course to explore these questions and much more. Each session will be one hour in length and offered on Zoom at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. so everyone can attend. We will explore a new question each week – Who was Jesus? Who is Jesus to you? How would Jesus lead us out of this mess? Please join us at either time as we take this road to see who Jesus really is to all of us.

If you have question, contact Bob Capettini.
Women's Bible Study
Sunday, September 23-November 18, 6 p.m., on Zoom
Women of St. Bart's, consider join our Women's Bible Study group as it returns to read and discuss Living for What Really Matters: 7 Weeks in the Book of Philippians by Teresa Swanstrom Anderson. Based on the apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians that he wrote from prison to his friends seeking to build them up; a letter filled with thankfulness, generosity, and joy. All women are welcome. Contact Anne Snyder for Zoom information.
Men's Bible Study Gatherings
Friday, 7:45 a.m., on Zoom
Join the Friday morning men's Bible gathering as they begin reading and discussing What Is the Bible? by author Rob Bell on August 28. The format of this book makes it easy to read when one misses a week. Attend as you are able. The reading schedule is found on the website.

Contact Andrew Horne, Mike Jewett, or Robert Leiter for more information
Tuesday, 2-3 p.m., on Zoom
The Tuesday afternoon group is reading and discussing The Book of Joy by Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu. The authors looked back on their long lives to answer a single burning question: How do we find joy in the face of life's inevitable suffering?

Contact Beth Dean for more information.
Welcome to Children's Ministry
Age 4 through 5th Grade
Our Children's Ministry is a fun, safe place for children to grow in their faith and understanding as they explore the bible, our church traditions, and most importantly the love of Christ and what it looks like in our daily lives. There are opportunities for families to join together sharing fun, faith and friendship throughout the year. Contact Children's Ministry Co-Directors Maureen Hovannesian or Karen Matsumoto for more information.
Virtual Sunday School
Sundays, beginning September 20
Age 4 through 5th grade
Along with the weekly lessons, join Maureen and Karen for Sunday School Zoom gatherings the last Sunday of each month 10:15-10:45 a.m. Sunday School families will receive Zoom meeting information from Children's Ministry Directors.
Coming Soon:
Halloween Party on Zoom
Sunday, October 25
Dress in your costume and play games with us!
For all 6th-12th graders to explore our faith, have loads of fun, and help those less fortunate through service. CREW stands for Continuously Riding the Eternal Wave. If you'd like your 6th-12th grader to join the fun, contact Courtney McWilliams.
Youth CREW Weekly Schedule
Youth CREW is communicating with each other on WhatsApp. If you're not connected yet, contact Courtney McWilliams.

Youth CREW
Wednesday, 4-6 p.m., Valle Verde Park - All Middle & High School Students
Youth CREW Wednesdays moves to Valle Verde Park with different times for high school and middle school groups. Please bring your own snacks as food will not be provided.

Art in the Park
Saturday, September 19, Valle Verde Park
Get ready for tie dye and paint! More details coming soon!
Volunteer at
St. Bart's and in
the community
Support St. Luke’s Homeless Initiative
Our strategic outreach partner, St. Luke’s is looking for volunteers to help with their homeless showers. For more information, please contact the Rev. Colin Mathewson.

Give Blood
There is a huge need for blood right now. Make your appointment today!

Donate to Interfaith Community Services
First Day of Preschool is October 5
St. Bart’s Preschool is planning to start the school year on Monday, October 5. The preschool is following state and local government as well as CDC guidelines to ensure a safe start for school. We would love for your child to join us! Please contact Sheila Martin, Interim Director, to learn more or visit our website.
Food Distribution Locations
Feeding San Diego
Offers food assistance at sites throughout San Diego County. Check locations here.

San Diego Food Bank
Food distribution programs will continue to serve those in need throughout the duration of the Coronavirus crisis. The food bank also has resources for seniors and a diaper bank program. Check locations here.