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

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

Sunday 11 a.m.
Choral Worship
with Spiritual Communion
Morning Prayer 10 a.m.
Tuesday & Friday

Children's Chapel 10 a.m.
All services are livestreamed on 
There is NO coffee hour/fellowship after worship. Instead, join us for
Community Conversations Sunday at 10 a.m. between worship services.
Community Conversations:
Parish Update
Sunday, 10 a.m., Zoom  
Please join Canon Allisyn Thomas and Demetreus Gregg for a parish update. We will discuss plans for St. Bart’s Day and how we are planning to move forward as a community in these unprecedented times. We would love to hear from parishioners how we can continue to engage you in a meaningful way and welcome your feedback on our ministries here at St. Bart’s. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Use this Zoom link to join the conversation (password Stbarts60).
2020 Pledges
A heartfelt thank you to everyone who has made a pledge to St. Bart’s for 2020. We are grateful for your thoughtful generosity. At St. Bart’s we realize that the current pandemic has produced some financial stress for many families. If for any reason you feel that you will be unable to meet your commitment to the church, please contact Demetreus Gregg , 858-432-7106.
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.

Get involved in your
faith community
It's a Taco Fiesta - You're Invited!
Friday, August 7, 6 p.m. on Zoom
Join St. Bart's first ever virtual Taco Fiesta! We'll gather together (but separately on Zoom) with our own taco recipe and preferred beverage. Enjoy dinner and fellowship in the comfort of your home. Please send your taco recipe to news@stbartschurch.org by August 7. We'll assemble a recipe book to share with everyone attending the Taco Fiesta (and because we're nice, we'll even share it with those who didn't attend). Grab a taco a beverage and your computer and join us for a Taco Fiesta! No registration required, click this Zoom link to join (password is SBTACO) . And bring a friend!
Arts at St. Bart's - Mask Project
Due Sunday, August 9
Theme: Wearing a Mask is Way to Show Our Love for Others
Jesus tells us to “Love others as well as you love yourself.” What better way to demonstrate how much we love others during this pandemic than by wearing a face mask? Let’s encourage each other and those around us with these two Arts at St. Bart's ministry projects. Choose to create a poster or make a mask - or complete both! When finished, t ake a picture of your poster and/or of yourself wearing the face mask and send to arts@stbartschurch.org by August 9 . Detailed instructions for the poster and mask can be found on the Arts at St. Bart's webpage . Children and teens are encouraged to participate also
Livestream Operators Needed
Calling all 'techies’! We are looking for people with moderate computer competence to help run the Sunday 9 a.m. livestream service on a periodic basis. This takes place on-campus (once we are allowed back) in the Chapel with safety protocols. We provide training and support. Adults and youth are most welcome to volunteer! Please contact John-Luke Addison if you would like to learn more about this ministry.
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.
Curious About Cursillo!
Listen to our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s personal testimonial. This is Cursillo awareness month and we are excited to share an inspiring personal message from our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry in support of the Cursillo Ministry. The Episcopal Cursillo Ministry is a Christian faith renewal movement that begins with a three-day weekend experience. This leads to ongoing support and encouragement in a small group faith community where we build friendship and validation as we are challenged to live every day for Christ through piety, study and action. Our fall weekend is scheduled for October. While we await confirmation due to COVID, please contact Jill Henderson , 760-807-8445, or Don Spencer for more information on how Cursillo might enhance your spiritual journey! 
Forward Day By Day - Pick Up
You may pick up a copy of Forward Day By Day in the lower parking lot near the staircase leading up to the church. As of today we have not received the large print version. Please drive up to the staircase and look for the table under the canopy.
Construction Update
 While St. Bartholomew's campus and preschool are closed, construction on the Sanctuary, courtyard and walkways is underway. The following areas will not be accessible during construction: stairs from main parking lot to courtyard including the ramps, courtyard, Sanctuary and Education building. Follow St. Bartholomew's on Facebook for photo updates throughout the process. Visit the Construction Update page for detailed information.
Caregiver Coffee
Third Wednesday, 1:30-2:45 p.m., Zoom
August 19
Is caregiving harder during COVID-19? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Alone? How do you cope? Where do you find hope? We'd love to support you during this time! Grab your coffee and join Cindy Campos and Dawn Stary in conversation. Email ccampos@stbartschurch.org or dawnstary11@gmail.com for more information and the Zoom link.

Explore your faith
at St. Bart's
Book Study: Just Mercy
Thursday July 30-August 20, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 
Author Bryan Stevenson, a Harvard trained attorney, tells the story of his career representing those who had been wrongly accused, wrongly convicted, and wrongly sent to death row. "... I knew [my life] would have something to do with the lives of the poor, America's history of racial inequality, and with the struggle to be equitable and fair with one another." He tells of his journey with Walter McMillian, a Black man on death row, and weaves in the stories of many others whom he championed over time. It is a story of revelations, anger, injustices, and ultimately justice and redemption. 
Earlier this year, the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church met in Montgomery, Alabama. During their meetings, they made a pilgrimage to the Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice. They were also privileged to spend nearly an hour with Mr. Stevenson. Your facilitators are Polly Getz from St. Bart’s and Butch Glosson, a member of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Hemet, both members of the Executive Council. Join them for a fascinating and perhaps difficult discussion of this powerful book.  Please register with Beth Dean to receive the Zoom link .
The Holy Spirit Bible Study
Wednesday, Through August 26, 10:30 a.m., Zoom
What do you know about the Holy Spirit ? The Holy Spirit is mentioned a lot more than we realize in both the Old Testament and the New Testament. Still, most of us know very little about the Holy Spirit. The class includes a 30-minute video and discussion before and after the video (similar to how we conducted previous classes on campus, except you have to supply your own treats). Please contact Bob Capettini for an invitation to the Zoom meeting.  
Men's Bible Study Gatherings
Friday, 7:45 a.m., on Zoom
Contact Andrew Horne , Mike Jewett , or Robert Leiter for more information
Tuesday, 2-3 p.m., on Zoom
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.
Sunday School Goes Virtual for the Fall
Sundays, beginning September 20
Register by August 31
Age 4 through 5 th grade
It's time to register for our Fall Sunday School program!  This year Sunday School will be virtual for the fall. Our curriculum is called Compassion Camp.  We invite everyone to join us in exploring what it means to have compassion for others, ourselves, and the world. If you’re interested in participating in Sunday School each week, including video lessons, supply kits, and a few zoom chats, please register by August 31 Sunday School begins on September 20. If you have any questions, please contact us at  children@stbartschurch.org .
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, August 5 & 19, 3-5 p.m. - High School Students
Wednesday, August 12 & 26, 3-5 p.m. - Middle School Students
Youth CREW continues meeting on Zoom alternating meeting weeks between high school and middle school groups.
Volunteer at
St. Bart's and in
the community
Service Opportunities
While we're all being asked to stay home to flatten the curve, there are still many ways you can be of service to others.
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.