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Posted by The Rev. Chris Harris on

Veterans Day Sermon - Sunday, November 12, 2017 Matthew 25: 1-13 So while we are spared the weeping and gnashing of teeth this week, our Gospel is another one of those pesky parables in Matthew, that can upon our first hearing, can sound as if ALL that stuff we dislike MOST about...

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Homeless no more!

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Maria Doss was our Stewardship Witness during the services on October 28 and 29 where she offered the following testimony to how St. Bart’s blessed her so that she might be a blessing to others.     About a year ago, I discovered that just about anyone, even a loving...

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How a mission trip changed my perspective

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Angela Kohls was our Stewardship Witness during the services on October 1 and 2 where she offered the following testimony of how St. Bart’s helped her to see life in an new way.   Going to Haiti was one the most amazing, rewarding experiences I have had in my life and I am so...

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A Month to Remember

Posted by The Rev. Mary Lynn Coulson on

The morning after the sugar-crazed children of our neighborhoods run through the streets in costume, we wake up to a new month driven by holiday prepping: Thanksgiving is almost here! That means it’s almost Christmas! Then New Year’s Eve! It’s practically 2018...

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St. Bart’s Youth Celebrates Dia de los Muertos

Posted by Alex Howard on

This year, St. Bart’s Youth will create a Dia de los Muertos altar where church members may place a photo or special item to remember their departed loved one. In years past, St. Bart’s members have placed photos of loved ones in the sanctuary prior to our All Saints' Day service on...

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Finding God at the Thrift Shop

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Zac Taylor was our Stewardship Witness during the services on October 15 and 16 where he offered the following testimony to how St. Bart’s has loved and served him even though he has never attended church here. I stumbled upon the thrift store one Saturday about a year ago...

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Forgiving as Freely as we Have Been

Posted by The Rev. Chris Harris on

Matthew 18:21-35 So in last week’s Gospel, we learned that if you someone has said or done something to upset you, that you are NOT to talk about it in the parking lot, you are NOT talk to others about it behind their back. Right? That’s called TRIANGULATION – that’s...

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The Light of Christ for Future Generations

Posted by The Rev. Chris Harris on

What will your legacy be? Have you noticed that part in the baptismal service when one of the clergy lights a small candle from the Paschal Candle, and offer it to the newly baptized (or to a parent if an infant) with the words, “Receive the light of Christ, as Christ’s light in the...

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A Week in Haiti

Posted by Malia Kohls on

In August, a group from St. Bartholomew's traveled to Lauranette, Haiti to continue our partnership with the community and Epiphanie School. Make sure to read the daily blog posts on our website. There were many memories made during the seven days spent in Haiti. We experienced new things and...

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Summer Music Training: Royal School of Church Music

Posted by Nathan Costa on

This summer six St. Bart’s musicians made what has become for them an annual trek across the country to spend a week at a Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) Summer Training Course in Newport, Rhode Island. Bass section leader Tim McLellan, the entire Strout family, Stephanie, Ian, Tessa...

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