The Rosales organ at St. Bartholomew’s is recognized as one of the finest in the area. Both the superb voicing and generous acoustic of the nave have secured the success of the instrument as it continues to attract many renowned artists and visitors. The organ is Manuel Rosales’s Opus 29, and stands among an impressive roster of revolutionary instruments, including: Trinity Cathedral in Portland, OR; Rice University, Houston, TX (in collaboration with C.B. Fisk); Clairmont UCC Church, in Clairmont, CA; St. James Cathedral in Seattle, WA; and most famously, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles (in collaboration with Glatter-Goetz). The specifications of the organ may be found HERE.

Through the Friends of the Organ, patrons from inside and outside the parish commit their support to the health and longevity of this instrument.  Patrons contribute to an endowment for major repairs which are inevitable with all great organs.  This fund covers costs beyond budgeted maintenance and repairs.  To learn more about our organ and the Friends of the Organ please view the Friends of the Organ brochure.  If you are interested in becoming a member of the Friends of the Organ or contributing to the fund you may do so HERE.

The Rosales organ at St. Bartholomew’s
is recognized as one of the finest in the area.

Our Organist

We invite you to learn more
about our music program.
For additional information,
please contact our
Choirmaster, Shannon Gallier.


    Sundays at 8:00am, 10:30am, 6:00pm
    Wednesdays at 12:15pm (Will Resume August 7)
    8:30am on Tuesday and Wednesday
    8:30am on Thursday in Spanish (Sept. to May)
    8:00pm the 2nd and 4th Sundays each month
    (Sept. to May)
    5:00pm on Sunday, March 24 – Eve of the Annunciation
  • TAIZE`
    8:00pm on the 2nd Monday each month