Following the removal of the last restrictions we have returned to normal service at St Bartholomew’s. We are no longer required to wear face coverings but rather this is now a personal preference. There is no social distancing required although hand sanitising points are still available for individual use. We are also sharing the common cup again but there is also the option to have an individual cup if that is what you wish to do. We do ask that if you feel unwell in any way you do not come to church until you feel better.
Our services continue to be live streamed at https://churchmedia.tv/st-bartholomews-stranmillis and recordings are also available at the same link.
Our worship pattern is (usually) Please check our Facebook page for any variation in this pattern which may occur from time to time.
9am Every Sunday Holy Communion Order 1
1st Sunday ‘Sunday First’ – Family Service
2nd Sunday Parish Eucharist Order 2
3rd Sunday Morning Prayer Order 2
4th Sunday Parish Eucharist Order 2
5th Sunday Morning Prayer Order 2
1st Sunday Choral Evensong or Sung Compline
5th Sunday Celebration of Wholeness and Healing
We are delighted to be back in church for in-person worship again. Covid-19 restrictions are in place and please follow the directions of the stewards at all times.
If you are unable to attend church you can join in the live streaming of our Sunday Services, at 9am and 10:30am, at http://www.churchmedia.tv and searching for Bartholomew’s.
With immediate effect all worship has moved online until 6th February 2021 at the earliest. Until then services will be posted on the parish Facebook page and on the parish Youtube channel.
Over the weekend of 10 to 12 May we will be celebrating 100 years as a Parish. We are holding some special events as follow:
Friday 10th May @ 7:30pm Parish Supper (Registration required)
Saturday 11th May from 11am to 5pm Photographic and Artefact Exhibition in Parish Hall, refreshments available.
Sunday 12th May 10:30am Thanksgiving Eucharist and at 3:30pm Festal Evensong wit Preacher Most Rev Dr Richard Clarke, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.
Please join us as we celebrate 100 years.
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This Sunday at 4pm we are holding a special service to remember our loved ones no longer with us.
Our Sunday School meets at the same time as our main service on a Sunday, 10:30am. The children and young people first have a talk in church before leaving for the Hall and their own time together. On Communion Sundays the children and young people return to the Church at the time of distribution of the elements and receive a blessing.
Children can join Sunday School from the time they are 4 or they attend Primary 1, which ever is soonest.
Creche facilities are available for younger children.
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BY meet every Sunday evening, unless announced otherwise, at 7pm in the Rectory. A normal evening runs along the lines below:
Food and fellowship.
We finish at 8:30pm.
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Chair Practice takes place each Thursday evening from 7:15pm in the Church unless the Choir Master announces otherwise. New members are always welcome.
Choir Master : Mr Mark Wardil
Choir Secretary: Mrs Christine Olver
Choir Librarian: Dr John Stannard
Our young folks making clay models of a church tonight as a trinket box. Thanks to Jumping Clay for their expert tuition.
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A night of celebration was held to mark the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the 81st Belfast Scout Troop at St Bartholomew’s, Stranmillis.
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