THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
SEPTEMBER 21, 2014
8 am Eucharist, Rite I in the Chapel
Homily: The Rev. F.M. “Buddy” Stallings
9 am Choral Eucharist with Blessing of the Backpacks in the Church
Sermon by the Rev. F.M. “Buddy” Stallings. St. Bart’s Singers offer Charles Villiers Stanford’s “O for a closer walk with God.”
10 am Children, Youth, and Families in the Community House
Called by God: Biblical storyteller Rebecca King presents a special program for all ages.
10:10 am The Forum in the Great Hall
Economic Inequality and Society: Economic inequality has become one of the defining social issues of our time. Economist Thomas Pikkety’s surprising best seller, Captial in the 21st Century, argues that income and wealth inequality create barriers to a more just society and, also, to economic growth. Economists Teresa Ghilarducci and Rick McGahey (St. Bart’s members, New School professors, and policy advocates) will be Buddy’s guests for this forum.
11 am Choral Eucharist with Blessing of the Backpacks in the Church
Sermon by the Rev. F.M. “Buddy” Stallings. St. Bartholomew’s Choir sings William K. Trafka’s “Mass for St. Bartholomew’s.”
5 pm Community Eucharist in the Chapel
An informal and intimate service, celebrated in our beautiful Chapel. Sermon: The Rev. F.M. “Buddy” Stallings.