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this parish, we welcome you and invite you to make Saint Bartholomew
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Father Steve's Virtual Palm Sunday Morning prayer service
If you have trouble hearing parts of the service, see the two documents in the next two links.
Palm Sunday Morning prayer service for April 5.
Lessons for Palm Sunday Morning prayer service for April 5.
Father Steve's Morning prayer video for March 28.
Father Steve's sermon about Lazarus for March 29.
Morning prayer service for March 29.
Lessons for Morning prayer service on March 29.
Father Steve's sermon about the man born blind on March 22.
Father Steve's Morning prayer video.
Worship Service at Washington National Cathedral
Food shopping with delivery
Get fresh food while maintaining physical distance! As a pubic service you can pick up groceries you order on line through Euclid fish in the St. Barts parking lot without coming in close contact with anyone. Pickup times are Tuesday through Friday from 6:30 to 7:00 pm. You do not need to leave your car. The food will be placed in your car by people wearing gloves.
In addition to fish, you can order meat, poultry, fruit and vegtables. Click below to get more information and pickup options. Make sure you specify where you want to pick up the food. This is a temporary offer during the COVID 19 restrictions.
Upcoming events - St. Bart's
Most activities are cancelled. We expect to be adding information in the worship services area to the left.
There are a few groups who use the hall that are listed below. If you are in these groups, check with your leader as we have not been informed if they are suspended
March 25(Wed): Canceled until 4/2 6:30 pm Cub Scouts - Check
As of this time we are not sure how any of the items below will function during this chrisis.
Drive 4 Dialysis
for the National Kidney Foundation
Most needed items:
hard candy, graham crackers (individual
packs), Rice Krispie Treats, fruit snacks, mints, entertainment items
(word search books, crossword puzzle books, sudoku books), socks
Please brighten a kidney patients and make a donation! Contact
Debbie Kampman (440 942 8157) with questions.
John Denholm, a leader in the Knight Riders Homeless Ministry, goes every Wednesday to locations where homeless people live and sleep.
They deliver men’s and women’s coats, jeans, hat and gloves, along with a meal. Food donations are also accepted. Place them in my
office and I will see that John gets them.
Willoughby Food Bank is asking for toilet paper, cleaning supplies, trash bags, ziplock bags, feminine supplies and snacks that kids can carry in their backpacks. They appreciate and are very thankful for our generosity.
2 cents a meal loose change on the table in the Library. 1/2 goes to the Diocese for meal programs. 1/2 goes to the Epiphany Community meal.
Any special notices that need to be in the upcoming Sunday Bulletin need to be in the office by the preceding Monday.
We have switched to using pre-printed readings for the services. The following link takes you to the page where you can find copywrighted versions of the readings for any service.
Readings for any service
The following link will take you to a page that tells you what is going on in the rest of the Diocese.
The Episcopal Diocese of Ohio
Acess this months (March) newsletter by clicking the link below:
is now on the web site. Click on the link to the left.
This tells you what is going on for the next month.
For the very latest information, click on worship services to the left and then on bulletin when you get to that page.
This will show you the latest announcements and what is going on for the next week.
Our pastor is Stephen Secaur.
Please click on the link below to learn more about him.
If you see any problems with this website, wish to make
suggestions etc. please send an e-mail to the main e-mail
on the contacts page and ask for it to be forwarded to
John Charny. Most of the hard work on this site was done
by Manette Lazear but it is John's responsibility to
address issues. Please have patience with us though since John is a volunteer and travels extensively for work.
Normal Worship Services:
- Sunday 8:00 AM
- Holy Eucharist
- Sunday 9:15 AM
- Bible Study
- Sunday 10:30 AM
- Holy Eucharist
- Friday 9:00 AM
- Morning Prayer
Saint Bart’s is now on Facebook! If you are a Facebook user,
please join us online for friendly discussions, fellowship and enrichment,
and to keep up-to-date on the latest Parish goings-on!
Click here to go to the Facebook page
Click here to go to the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio web site
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