AUGUST 31, 2014

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8 am Eucharist, Rite I in the Chapel
Homily: The Rev. Matthew J. Moretz

9 am  Choral Eucharist in the Church
Sermon by the Rev. Matthew J. Moretz. St. Bart’s Singers lead our songs of praise.

10 am Children, Youth, and Families in the Community House
Hunger Here: Our circles of concern include people who are food-insecure. We can make a difference!

10:10 am The Forum in the Great Hall: Rethinking World Hunger
Former parishioner, Crossroads Community founding board member, and long time hunger advocate Carol Coonrod will talk about the unique ways The Hunger Project works strategically to call forth leadership of those living in the conditions of hunger and poverty in more than 15,000 villages, in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America reaching 19 million people. Whether you live in a rural village in India or in New York City there is a leader inside each of us who is capable of powerfully transforming every situation.

11 am Choral Eucharist in the Church
Sermon by the Rev. Matthew J. Moretz. The 20th annual Summer Festival of Sacred Music continues with Maurice Duruflé’s Messe cum jubilo, Op. 11 for men’s voices, string orchestra, and organ.

5 pm Community Eucharist in the Chapel
An informal and intimate service, celebrated in our beautiful Chapel. Sermon: The Rev. Matthew J. Moretz.

FREE PARKING for those who attend Sunday Services
at Doubletree Garage, 136 E. 51 Street