Please note that the normally scheduled Wednesday said Eucharist services at both Christ Church Leeson Park (at 10.00am) and Saint Bartholomew’s Church (at 12.45pm) will not be held during the months of July and August.
Please note that this Sunday’s Evensong service will be the last one before the summer holidays. Evensong will resume in September.
The feast of Corpus Christi this year falls on Thursday, 20 June. The service will begin at the slightly earlier time of 7.00pm and will be followed by the annual parish BBQ. This is a great event for family and friends, but we can’t do it without your help and support. If you can bring food or drink to the event, please write your name and what you intend to bring on the sheet at the back of the church. Thank you!
ANÚNA and members of the ANÚNA International Summer School are once again generously giving a charity concert in which all proceeds will go toward our restoration fund. The concert begins at 6.00pm on Saturday, 22 June at Saint Bartholomew’s. Tickets may be purchased here.
Please be advised that our phone system is having technical difficulties and we are unable to receive voicemails at this time.
The best time to contact the office by phone is during normal opening hours (Monday-Friday from 10:30-3:30) when someone will be here to answer. Otherwise, we encourage you to send queries by using either the contact form on the website or by email at email@example.com.
We apologise for the inconvenience.
Please note that there will not be an Evensong service this Sunday.
Our own Fr. Andrew has been promoted as a canon of Christ Church Cathedral! As such, there will not be a Choral Evensong at Saint Bartholomew’s this Sunday, 31 March. You are instead invited to join Fr. Andrew at his installation as canon at Christ Church Cathedral’s 3.30pm Choral Evensong (by the way, don’t worry—he’s not leaving Saint Bart’s!).
This Wednesday at 8.00pm, Saint Bartholomew’s will host Compline with a short reflection as part of the Rural Deanery of St. Ann’s Lenten services.
This is an opportunity to pray together as a rural deanery. All are invited to join this short and reflective service, which lasts approximately half an hour and will be followed by refreshments.