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During the summer months (June thru August) we adopt our Summer Worship Schedule with one combined service each Sunday at 9:30 am. For the remainder of the year we hold two services, at 8:00 am and 10:30 am.
Our Summer schedule for 2013 begins June 16, and concludes September 1.
Beginnning September 8, we will hold two services every Sunday Morning, with Adult Bible Study being held between the services.
At our 8 am service we share a Traditional Episcopal Eucharist, with no music, although the congregation has been known to sing a cappella from time to time!
At our 10:30 am service, we explore more alternative forms of worship, always within the framework of Holy Eucharist and celebration! We have a wonderful choir (Like to sing? There’s a place for you here!) and a fine music program. We explore sung services, chancel dramas, special Sundays like the Epiphany Pageant and St. Francis Day Blessing of the Animals (always a favorite!) and the VBS pageant (our theme last summer was “Big Heart Farms”). It’s a congregation that embraces all kinds of people including infants and children of all ages.
After each service, we have time set aside for visiting and chatting, with coffee and treats. It’s a great time to get to know each other better.
Sunday School begins at 10:20 am, just before the 10:30 am Eucharist. After Sunday School, the children rejoin their parents in the church during the passing of the peace, in time to take communion with their parents.
Our Sunday School follows the Godly Play curriculum, in which children learn in a manner similar to Montessori principles. For more about Godly Play, browse through the Godly Play Foundation website. More information about St. Bart's Sunday School can be found on our Sunday School schedule page.
Children are always welcome at any service of this church. We love to watch our children grow and thrive. Child care is provided as necessary during the 10:30 am service, with the children coming into church to join their families in time for Communion.
Also, watch for notes about special occasions on our News sidebar, that’s where we announce and look forward to special services like Christmas and Holy Week, as well as special events like the Bishop’s Visitation, one of our many community-building celebrations, and anything else we think you might like to know about. Information about what is going on next week, next month or next year can also be found on our calendar.