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St. Bart's Episcopal Richmond: Serving Christ, Seeking Christ, Celebrating Christ


Serving Christ - Seeking Christ - Celebrating Christ 

That's Who We Are!

 Timeless Truth     Humble Worship
Vibrant Community     Outgoing Service

  • Timeless Truth - We are traditional Christians who seek to communicate the unchanging Good News of Jesus to Christians and seekers alike, in ways which are encouraging, practical and relevant to life in today's world.
  • Humble Worship - Our worship follows the pattern of the early church: We sing, listen, pray and celebrate Holy Communion. We aim to be reverent with God and relaxed with people. Comfortable dress is fine, and we love children.
  • Vibrant Community - We aspire to be a healthy extended family together in Christ, where unconditional love is experienced, genuine friendships are nurtured, and spiritual growth happens.
  • Outgoing Service - We believe that all Christians are both drawn together by God and sent to serve our neighbors together in his name.


St. Bart's Episcopal Richmond Serving Christ Seeking Christ Celebrating ChristMission

Our mission is to seek, serve, and celebrate Christ in every person. 

We invite the community to worship with us, to share our gifts, and to grow in Christ's love.




Please Join Us For Worship This Week! 

Holy Eucharist Rite I
8:30 A.M.


Adult Christian Education and Children's Sunday School 
9:30 A.M.


Holy Eucharist Rite II
with organ and choir music and choir
10:30 A.M.


Lenten Worship

Lent is a forty-day journey with Jesus to the cross and the tomb.  We use this time to reflect and prepare ourselve for the joyous celebration of Christ’s Resurrection on Easter.

Lent is the Christian’s forty-day journey with the Lord to the cross and tomb, preparing for the joyous celebration of Christ’s Resurrection.  


Spiritual Formation Groups 

Adult Sunday School Group 

The Adult Sunday School class is beginning a video and book series called The Case for Christ by Lee Stroebel. All are invited.

Monday Night Group (at St. Bart's) 

Meets on Mondays for evening worship at 6:30 PM followed by dinner and Bible study. 

Wednesday Morning Group (at St. Bart's) 

Meets on Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:30AM at the church. The group will be studying A Beginner's Guide to Prayer, by Michael Keiser, and Beginning to Pray by Anthony Bloom. Both are available through Amazon.com.  

Bible Study - Little Sisters of the Poor 

Wednesdays 2:00-3:00 pm at the Little Sisters of the Poor nursing home (1503 Michael's Rd.). They are studying the Psalms. 

 All are invited to any of these groups. 


Holy Eucharist Rite II  with organ and choir music and choir/Children's Sermon and activities  10:30 A.M.

St. Bartholomew's Episcopal - it's an experience!