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- Choir: weekly, Tue 7:30 pm
- Book Club: weekly, Mon 12 noon
- Sacred Brew: monthly, 2nd Wed 7:30 pm
- Vestry: monthly, 3rd Wed 7:00 pm
Check the Parish Calendar regularly to make sure you don't miss anything.
What's Happening at St. Bartholomew's?
For our younger members, be sure to check out The Buzz regularly to see what's buzzing.
Upcoming Events & Special Services
[updated May 15, 2013]
New upcoming events are described in detail below and summarized on the calendar.
Saturday, May 25 : 9 am - noon
Wear your grubbies and bring your tools, we have a lot of work to do around the church, both inside and outside. If you can't help this time, check the calendar for future workdays. Always a Saturday morning, once a month.
Pictures of previous workdays are posted here. Join us at the next workday and get your picture on the website!
Noye’s Fludde (Noah's Flood)
|Saturday,||July 13:||two shows||at St. Bart's|
|Sunday,||July 14:||two shows||at St. Clare's, Pleasanton|
Noye’s Fludde (Noah's Flood), the children’s opera by modern British composer, Benjamin Britten, will be co-produced by St. Bartholomew’s – we are managing the stage craft and design – and Cantabella Children’s Chorus – who are managing the musical elements. The production -- featuring well-known West Coast baritone Roberto Perlas Gomez, and including our own singing rector, Mother Joyce, as well as a large cast of youth, including two members of St. Bart’s, and a professional and community orchestra -- will be performed twice at St. Bartholomew’s, Livermore on July 13th, then travel to St. Clare’s in Pleasanton for two shows on July 14th.
Net proceeds from the performances will benefit the Big Heart Wellness Center.
We will prepare for the opera with a three-week camp for youth, July 1st (4th off) to 12th, including music, vocal arts, acting, stage craft and movement. During the third week, St. Bart’s will also offer our Vacation Bible School, expanding the daily curriculum to include ecology, featuring fun weather experiments and gardening, as well as education on nutrition and community resources for families. The lesson is: we are all in this Ark together, and we need to work together creatively to make our world a better place for everyone!
You can get involved in Noye’s Fludde by:
- Volunteering to help sew costumes or build/sew set pieces
- Asking your business or workplace to help sponsor the production and be listed in our promotions
- Signing up for the youth camp and to be in the production! Sign up on the Cantabella website
- Helping us recruit youth for the production from your school or neighborhood; no experience necessary!
- Get the word out about the production to your friends and family – sell lots of tickets!