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St. Bart's equips people

with the spiritual skills

to impact the community

for human flourishing.

COVID-19 update!
In-Person services to resume September 13!

10:00 and 11:30 (Spanish)

Masks required, all recommended protocols will be followed. No coffee hour

Services will continue to be streamed on Zoom and Facebook, see info below

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Note, you need to register before you can receive the link for the zoom meeting.

Proposed Session Outline:

-Thursday, October 15th at 6pm- Introductions and Brief Overview of Book (Please have read Introduction and Chapter 1 "Definitions")

-Thursday, October 22nd, at 6pm- Discuss Chapters 2-8

-Wednesday October 28th, at 7pm. White Plains Library event with Ibram Kendi.

please register by clicking on link

-Thursday, November 5th, at 6pm - Discuss Chapters 9-13.

-Thursday, November 12th, at 6pm- Discuss Chapters 14-18 and Next Steps. 

I'm grateful to be on this journey with you and I'm excited that we are joining our efforts with members of Church in The Highlands UCC and St. Bart's Episcopal Church.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out. 

Otherwise! I look forward to seeing you on Thursday night!

Anti-Racism and Spirituality Workshop via Zoom Beginning October 15th

With Church in the Highlands and Memorial Methodist

Topic: How to Be an Antiracist

All sessions, except for the White Plains Library Event, 6PM

You need to register before you can receive the link for the zoom meeting.

Session topics: 

Oct 15, Th 6pm - Introductions and Brief Overview of Book

(Read Introduction and Chapter 1 "Definitions")

Oct 22nd, Th 6pm -  Chapters 2-8

Wed Oct 28th, at 7pm. (please note change in time) 

White Plains Library event with Ibram Kendi.

please register by clicking on link

Nov 5th, Thurs 6pm -  Chapters 9-13.

Nov12th, Th 6pm- Chapters 14-18 and Next Steps. 


We ask that you participate in social distancing

as recommended by the experts.

Visit the Westchester County Covid-19 webpage for more information or call the hotline at 888-364-3065.


We are located in the vibrant city of White Plains in Westchester county, 

a single train stop from New York City. 

We're a church who gathers people, 

transforms them through spiritual practices, 

to send them into the world. 

We build  reflective, resilient, and committed persons

through sharing the story and wisdom of Jesus Christ, and giving witness to his living spirit in our anxious world. 

Stay tuned for updates to our schedule.

(photo of Karin, member of St. Bart's since 2007)

Who Will I meet?

St. Barts attracts a wide variety of individuals who are seeking spiritual substance, through prayer, community, and service all in response to following Jesus Christ. 


A few Things WE've Done

We've sponsored several immigrant families.

We were a leader in promoting the leadership of women in the church.

We've had a soup kitchen and a thrift shop for nearly four decades.

We've run a book store.

We've housed the homeless.

We began the first Community Supported Agriculture group in White Plains.

We sponsored the first smart gun show in Westchester to promote gun safety. 

We led the Episcopal Church in buying gun shares to hold gun manufacturers accountable.

We formed a babysitting cooperative.

We do "dinner" church to gather people and make it easy for families. 

We formed a softball team with people from the age of 18-80! 

We've shown how Anglican rituals can be used for interfaith events!

We started a motorcycle "gang." (Well, really we just blessed them)

We taught people how to engage each other as a way of developing a stronger church.

We give scholarships to talented college singers.

We support outside organizations like the Westchester Diaper Bank, Pet Shelters, Rural Migrant Ministries, Planned Parenthood, Meals on Wheels, the Blythdale Children's Hospital, and the Feeding Westchester.
We supported the state mandating of kindergarten.

We led protests against animal cruelty in circuses.

We've had educational forums on pit bulls.

We started an after school program that taught Improv Comedy!

We brewed nearly 14 batches of excellent beer, 12 of which were pretty good, including "Resurrection Ale," which we served after Easter!

All of this was done especially when lay people were organized and brought their passions to church. 

We retell the story of Jesus Christ. 

We remind people that in the midst of brokenness, there is also hope.

That our rituals and liturgies and illuminate, amplify, and show what is beautiful and eternal!