At St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, we're always excited to welcome new visitors. We hope you'll join us for a service, and we want to make your visit as comfortable as possible. Here's what you can expect when you come to our 9:30 a.m. service.
Our church is located at 103 Campus Avenue, and parking is located in the large lot to the right of the church. If you have mobility restrictions or young children to carry, feel free to use one of the spots closest to the door. We like to keep them free for visitors and people who need assistance.
Come as you are, and come as WHO you are. St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church is a welcoming congregation and we look forward to meeting you. Jesus was a friend to all, and we like to follow in His example. At each service of Holy Eucharist, all baptized Christians are invited to partake in Communion. If you prefer to receive a blessing, when you come up to the altar, cross your arms across your chest and the priest or Eucharistic minister will offer you a simple blessing.
Whether it is your first time with us, or your second, or you have lost count, you are welcome here. Join us in worshiping our God who creates all things, redeems all things, and sustains all things. Join us in ministering to others in the name of Jesus Christ. Join us in fellowship as the body of Christ. Together we exist to love and serve both God and our neighbor, inviting all to share in the joy of God’s unconditional love.
Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, we hope you will join us at 9:30 each Sunday Morning for Holy Communion and Fellowship. For those familiar with the Episcopal Church, or any service with roots in the Anglican Church, you should feel comfortable with our service which uses the Book of Common Prayer. If you aren’t, our bulletins provide enough of the service to help you follow along like a pro! In any case, we hope you will come and find the service meaningful for you.