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  • Phone: (615) 377 4750
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  • Address: 4800 Belmont Park Terrace, Nashville, TN 37215

Sundays

Please note: On Sunday, August 26 we will hold one worship service for the Feast of St. Bartholomew's at 9:30am with a party & picnic in the garden following. 

8:30 am Holy Eucharist 

Nursery and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd offered during the service through 3rd grade. Children will join their parents in the sanctuary for Communion. 

10:30 am Holy Eucharist

Nursery and Formation Classes offered through 12th grade. Lifebuilders and Centering Prayer offered for adults. Children and teens will join their parents in the sanctuary for Communion. 

12:30pm Sudanese Service

 

St. B's Blog

St. B's Blog

A Thank You From the Kinsers

To Our Family at St. Bartholomew’s, Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ! Hi family. Dixon here, writing on behalf of Kristin and the kids, to share our new contact information as well as to say a few things we were just too emotional (or...

A Pastoral Announcement from Fr. Jerry

Friends and Fellow Parishioners, It is with a mixture of sadness and excitement that I write to let you know that this week Fr. Dixon Kinser was offered and has accepted the appointment as Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem (www.stpauls-ws.org). He has been in the...

These Holy Week Mysteries

Holy Week is the densest occasion of the Christian year. More significant events from the life of Christ are commemorated this week time than at almost any other time and each event is as famous as it is familiar. Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday and Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem...

Surprised by Hope: Chapter 1

Welcome to the One Church One Book blog for N.T. Wright’s Surprised By Hope. We want this space to be a place of constructive conversation and life giving insights. Please be kind and generous in both your reading and comments and may everything done in this space glorify the risen one in whom...

Intimacy and Betrayal

On the fourth day of Holy Week, we celebrate a feast called Maundy Thursday. The name is derived from the Latin word mandatum meaning “commandment” and remembers both the institution of the Lord’s Supper and Jesus washing his disciples feet. The liturgy is very powerful and the...