Welcome to Saint Bartholomew's
...the Episcopal Church in Livermore, California
Communal worship services have been suspended to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Services will be streamed online every Sunday at 10 am. Father Andy and Deacon Jennifer are also available for pastoral visits.
Rev. Andy holds a children's chapel service at 9:30 AM every other Sunday morning. Email Father Andy for the zoom link.
Check out the children's education page for YouTube videos of Godly Play stories as well.
Sunday Service for September 20, 2020
Order of service: Link
We are in this TOGETHER
See our videos while we shelter in place.
As an Episcopal Church, St. Bartholomew's has inherited a rich tradition of worship and music, and we practice a faith deeply rooted in Scripture, tradition, and reason.
We seek to be welcoming and inclusive, desiring that people from all walks of life connect more deeply with God and their neighbors through our beloved church community.
We hope that as you explore these pages you will encounter a church that welcomes you with open arms, a place where you can experience the love of God through the beauty of worship, the warmth of human fellowship, and the wonder of serving our neighbors both near and far.
This week we pray for the following:
In our Anglican cycle of prayer, we pray for the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan.
In our Diocesan cycle of prayer, we pray for St. Matthew's in San Mateo and St. Anne's in Antioch.
In our local faith community, we pray for St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist Church in Livermore.
In our parish cycle of prayer, we pray for Marie; Dave, Christy, John, & Ashley; Marie; Jacob, Jesse, & Ernie.
Those in military service, we pray for Aaron B., Joey E., Abigail M., Valerie M., Amber R., Christopher W., and Taylor W.
For first responders during the COVID epidemic—for all nurses, doctors, police, and fire, especially Brad 0., and Brad S.
Healing Prayers for the people of Beirut, Lebanon; for all those affected by the wildfires in CA and for those affected by Laura in LA and TX.
In our congregation, those needing our prayers for healing, we pray for Alivia, Beth, Cameron and his soccer team, Cathy, Dave, Dottie, Elda, Erin, Esteban, Fabian A., Glennis, Geraldine,
Humberto, Candida& Family, Janice, Luke, Marc G., Marisa & family, Monty&Judy, Nan D., Sharon, Steve W & children, Yunus, the Sherman family, Fr. Ron Culmer and Family, the Cairo family, The Lodl Family, The Drake/Owen Family, The Mabe Family, The Turnbull Family, St. Teresa of Calcutta Mission.
Those who have died: Lisa M,. Walt D., Wilma M., Matthew S., Robert T., Sonia C., Hany N., Richard F., Olga M., Joseph C., Mehow L., Alice D., Betty T., Elizabeth, Andrew M. and Fr. George E.