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Monthly Archives: June 2020

Episcopal Mass this Sunday

We are very excited to be able to gather together again this week in person at Saint Bartholomew’s and worship. Please join us for Episcopal Mass at 10:00 AM, or join us online!

We are taking precautions to ensure the parishioners of Saint Bartholomew’s can worship safely. If you are feeling ill, or if you have underlying health risks or concerns about joining an in-person worship service, you can still attend the service online.

All you need to do to attend online is to download the order of service and the readings for the week, then go to our Facebook page at 10:00 AM on Sunday.

See you all there, one way or the other!

Join Us for Mass this Sunday!

June 21 marks the return of worship inside the sanctuary at Saint Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Hempstead, Texas! We are very excited to be able to gather together and worship again.

We are taking precautions to ensure the parishioners of Saint Bartholomew’s can worship safely. If you are feeling ill, or if you have underlying health risks or concerns about joining an in-person worship service, we are happy to announce we will continue offering online services every Sunday.

All you need to do to attend online is to download the order of service and the readings for the week, then go to our Facebook page at 10:00 AM on Sunday.

See you all there, one way or the other!

St. Bartholomew Facebook page

June/July Newsletter

In this issue of the Saint Bartholomew Episcopal Church newsletter, read the Bishops’ statement from the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, get George Bush’s take on institutional racism, and see pictures from Houston’s march for George Floyd.

Here is an excerpt from the Bishops’ statement:

We grieve for the most recent deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. We hear the voices of people of color who live, daily, as victims of prejudice, contempt, and violence in America. We support peaceful protests. We speak out against the actions of authorities who tear-gas peaceful protestors. We reject the government’s removal of clergy from church property without cause. We reject the use of the Episcopal church as a political prop. We condemn destruction of property.

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Episcopal Church Morning Prayer–Rite Two, Second Sunday After Pentecost

Join us as Father Frank Hawkins leads morning prayer on June 14, the second Sunday after Pentecost!

Here’s how:

Stay tuned for details about regathering for worship at Saint Bartholomew’s in Hempstead on June 21!

May the peace of the Lord be with you today and all days.

Morning Prayer for Trinity Sunday, June 7, 2020

Join Father Frank Hawkins and Saint Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church for morning prayer on Trinity Sunday as we celebrate God in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.

To join us, all you need to do is:

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