Episcopal Church, Livermore, CA
The community of Saint Bartholomew's invites you
to experience the fullness of God's love in our midst.
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St. Bart's T-Shirts are again available. If you need to replace your shirt, or you didn't get one last time, order online here.
Big Heart Wellness Center
...is a network of support services surrounding more than 200 clients per week at our Interfaith Food Pantry, including an organic garden, nutrition education offered by Alameda County Community Food Bank, legal information provided by Bay Area Legal Aid, and mental health education and referrals provided by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Tri Valley.
Starting this summer, our new Program Coordinator, working with Mother Joyce and Rosemary Young, will facilitate a monthly calendar of workshops, classes and opportunities for our neighbors to improve the wellness in their lives. The seed funds were provided by a grant from the Episcopal Charities Action Network, Southern Alameda County.
Wherever you are in your journey with God, you are welcome here. If you have just arrived in the Tri-Valley area or you are simply curious about us, please come to one of our services. If you’ve been meaning to come to church for a while but are just getting around to finding one, come meet us and we will encourage you. Really.
Saint Bartholomew’s is a Pastoral-sized church (about 120 families) in the middle of a town of Think-Tanks and Wineries. Our congregation is as diverse as Physicists and Farmers, Educators and Cowboys, the whole grand spectrum of humanity.
Every person who walks in the door here makes a positive difference in our worship and in the strength of our community. You matter here, and we want to meet you.
We offer you a Christian community of spiritual renewal and radical acceptance, a commitment to helping everyone grow in their spiritual journey, and a heritage deeply rooted in worship, scripture, and prayer.