Our rich liturgical tradition includes the use of vestments, music, candles, bells, and incense. While we fall on the “high church” end liturgically, neither the facilities nor the people are formal. One is more likely to see casual clothes at Sunday services than suits and ties. The depth of our spiritual experience cannot be measured by our casual appearance. We invite you to visit us anytime to share this experience.

St. Bartholomew’s offers many services throughout the course of the week, in addition to Sunday. Several are specific to the time of day: Choral Evensong and Choral Compline. Some services are simply sung by the choir, chanted by participants, or just spoken as prayer by one person. All are beautiful in their own respect. Please read more about each regular service offered at St. Bartholomew’s. In addition to these, we offer special services in accordance with the seasons of the Episcopal Church.

The Holy Eucharist is the most revered of all the services in the Episcopal Church. St. Bartholomew’s offers Holy Eucharist four times during the week, three on Sunday and one on Wednesday.  More

Sung by the St. Bartholomew’s Schola. One of the most serene and sublimely beautiful services of the Church, Compline offers rest and release for the end of the day. The service is offered in several places throughout the worldwide Church, but none more beautiful and transporting than the version sung by our Schola at St. Bartholomew’s. The mystical glow of candles through clouds of incense provides the atmosphere, and the choir of a dozen accomplished singers lead the brief service twice monthly. You are invited to experience this service again and again.

This service, almost entirely sung by the choir (no sermon or Eucharist), includes choral settings of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, psalms, and responses, which exemplify some of the richest musical literature in the Anglican tradition. Those who wish to receive Eucharist are invited to stay for the 6:00pm Eucharist service in the Shalom Chapel.

Offered by the Atlanta Taizé Community, this service includes singing the chant songs of the Taizé community in France to live music, listening to small pieces of scripture, and sitting in silence. Learn more about the Taizé community in Atlanta at www.taizeatlanta.com.

Please refer to the service schedule on the side bar for times.


    Sundays at 8:00am, 10:30am, 6:00pm
    Wednesdays at 12:15 pm
    8:00pm the 2nd and 4th Sundays each month
    (Sept. to May)
    8:00pm on the 2nd Monday each month