St. Bart's Dallas

Anglican church in East Dallas. You were made to be fully human. All Saints East Dallas is a three-stream Anglican church - rooted in Scripture, sustained by the Sacraments, and animated by the Spirit.

All Saints East Dallas exists to live in God’s presence and live out his love and to connect with the people of the neighborhoods of East Dallas and beyond. We are a parish of All Saints Church Dallas.

Operating as usual

09/21/2021

Registration for Sunday is now open! This wee is the second week of our Vision & Values series and Rev. Dave will be preaching on Hospitality. Please join us!

Link to register -
https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Registration for Sunday is now open! This wee is the second week of our Vision & Values series and Rev. Dave will be preaching on Hospitality. Please join us!

Link to register -
https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

09/20/2021

“Our children benefit from seeing the adults around them, not just their parents, living an honest and unfiltered faith. It is about not sanitizing our lives so the children only see the clean bits. It is about being authentic and allowing them into the process of our faith so they can see God moving as He mends our wounds and heals us.”

🎨: Scott Erickson

We started our 6 part series on St. Bart’s vision and values and yesterday’s sermon/service on Authenticity as a value is up on the website.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

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#stbartsdallas

“Our children benefit from seeing the adults around them, not just their parents, living an honest and unfiltered faith. It is about not sanitizing our lives so the children only see the clean bits. It is about being authentic and allowing them into the process of our faith so they can see God moving as He mends our wounds and heals us.”

🎨: Scott Erickson

We started our 6 part series on St. Bart’s vision and values and yesterday’s sermon/service on Authenticity as a value is up on the website.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#anglican
#threestreams
#stbartsdallas

09/15/2021

Our 4th annual St. Bart’s Fest is coming up! (Technically it will be our 3rd celebration, since 2020 was cancelled, but what is time anyway??) please mark your calendars and join us! We’ll have food, music, games and of course fellowship in our new location - St. Bart’s at Redeemer!

For more info and to register, visit
https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/976200

Can’t wait to celebrate with you! It’s been too long.

#stbartsfest
#eastdallas
#anglican
#threestreams

Our 4th annual St. Bart’s Fest is coming up! (Technically it will be our 3rd celebration, since 2020 was cancelled, but what is time anyway??) please mark your calendars and join us! We’ll have food, music, games and of course fellowship in our new location - St. Bart’s at Redeemer!

For more info and to register, visit
https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/976200

Can’t wait to celebrate with you! It’s been too long.

#stbartsfest
#eastdallas
#anglican
#threestreams

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 09/13/2021

“We are united by faith to our own Boaz, our own kinsmen redeemer, who takes us under the shadow of his wings, who in his redemption of us fulfills all righteousness, who on the cross acts shrewdly to deliver us from the dominion of Satan, Sin, and Death.”

Confirmation Sunday was particularly special and we had the privilege of watching 9 people confirmed and/or received as members in our parish. We’re very grateful for this community and are looking forward to whats to come.

You can watch the live stream of the service on our site - https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#anglican
#threestreams
#confirmationsunday

09/10/2021

Next Sunday (9/19) are baptisms! If you or a child/family member are interested in being baptized or have questions about baptism, please email [email protected].

If you’re curious about baptism in the Anglican tradition, click the link below to watch a brief video by Rev. Dustin Messer (of All Saints Dallas) for the Anglican Mission on the meaning of the covenant.

https://theamia.org/posts/2021/06/17/about-baptism/

#baptism
#anglican
#threestreams

Next Sunday (9/19) are baptisms! If you or a child/family member are interested in being baptized or have questions about baptism, please email [email protected].

If you’re curious about baptism in the Anglican tradition, click the link below to watch a brief video by Rev. Dustin Messer (of All Saints Dallas) for the Anglican Mission on the meaning of the covenant.

https://theamia.org/posts/2021/06/17/about-baptism/

#baptism
#anglican
#threestreams

09/09/2021

The final step in our membership process, Confirmation Sunday is a special moment in the life of our parish. Bishop Philip will be with us and will say a special blessing for each person being confirmed. If you’ve attended membership class and would like to be confirmed, email [email protected].

Link to register -
https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

#anglican
#threestreams
#confirmationsunday

The final step in our membership process, Confirmation Sunday is a special moment in the life of our parish. Bishop Philip will be with us and will say a special blessing for each person being confirmed. If you’ve attended membership class and would like to be confirmed, email [email protected].

Link to register -
https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

#anglican
#threestreams
#confirmationsunday

09/07/2021

“Naomi has changed. Early on in the book of Ruth she says “The almighty has dealt very bitterly with me.” This is the language of hopelessness. When you feel hopeless, you’re often unable to plan for the future.

Something has changed - Hope has entered Naomi’s life, she has seen God move and answer her prayers - In 2:20 Naomi encounters the kindness of God and her hope comes to life - suddenly she thinks beyond herself to Ruth. Her hope in God has led her to be concerned about finding Ruth a place of care and security and so she makes a Godly plan.”

Sermon is up on the website!

We had our first Sunday morning service at Redeemer Bible Church and we are so encouraged by how it went! If you weren’t able to join us Sunday we hope to see you soon!

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#anglican
#threestreams

“Naomi has changed. Early on in the book of Ruth she says “The almighty has dealt very bitterly with me.” This is the language of hopelessness. When you feel hopeless, you’re often unable to plan for the future.

Something has changed - Hope has entered Naomi’s life, she has seen God move and answer her prayers - In 2:20 Naomi encounters the kindness of God and her hope comes to life - suddenly she thinks beyond herself to Ruth. Her hope in God has led her to be concerned about finding Ruth a place of care and security and so she makes a Godly plan.”

Sermon is up on the website!

We had our first Sunday morning service at Redeemer Bible Church and we are so encouraged by how it went! If you weren’t able to join us Sunday we hope to see you soon!

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#anglican
#threestreams

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 08/30/2021

From the liturgy of our last Sunday in the beautiful Central Lutheran building, a place that has been our home for the last 6 years since we were planted, and our first Sunday at Redeemer Bible Church just up the road -

Act of Thanksgiving Liturgy

We who are gathered here know that St Bartholomew’s Anglican Church is moving. For the past 6 years, we have met here at Central Lutheran, which has been consecrated and set apart for the ministry of God’s Holy Word and Sacraments, and which will no longer be used by us in this way. Let us offer our thanks for God’s work through this building.

At the Altar:

Loving God, here at this table we have gathered together to be fed with the body and blood of your Son, Jesus Christ. May we who have shared his body, live his risen life; we, who have shared his cup, bring life to others; we, whom the Spirit lights, give light to the world. May we who have been fed by Christ be filled with his grace and blessing. Amen.

At the Chancel Steps:

Life-giving Spirit, here you have confirmed your people in their Baptismal vows. Here you have blessed those who have come to be united in marriage. May your Spirit be always with your people that they may know your power and your love. Amen.

In the center aisle amongst the congregation:

Almighty God, your eternal Word speaks to us through the words of Holy Scripture. Here we have read of your mighty acts and purposes in history, and here we have learned about those whom you have chosen to be agents of your will. May we always seek to hear and follow your Word.
Amen.

📸: Brylee Bolton, Becki Howard, David Larlee, Brad Hepp

#anglican
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#transition

08/28/2021

Come join us and see our new home!

08/24/2021

This is going to be a special Sunday. It’s our last service in the Central Lutheran building, the place where we started 6 years ago as a church plant of @allsaintsdallas. After the sermon we will process as a congregation (in our cars because it’s August in Texas) down the street to our new location in Redeemer Bible Church. It will be a special time and we sincerely hope to see you all there as we start this new chapter.

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

#anglican
#threestreams
#eastdallas

This is going to be a special Sunday. It’s our last service in the Central Lutheran building, the place where we started 6 years ago as a church plant of @allsaintsdallas. After the sermon we will process as a congregation (in our cars because it’s August in Texas) down the street to our new location in Redeemer Bible Church. It will be a special time and we sincerely hope to see you all there as we start this new chapter.

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

#anglican
#threestreams
#eastdallas

08/23/2021

"Ruth’s settled determination to go with Naomi means the renunciation of her family, her land, her gods. There is a spiritual geography at work here, not just the literal movement from Moab into Israel, but Ruth’s deeper movement from the nations into the convent people of God.”

🎨: Scott Erickson

We started our 4 week series on the book of Ruth Sunday. First sermon is up on the website.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

"Ruth’s settled determination to go with Naomi means the renunciation of her family, her land, her gods. There is a spiritual geography at work here, not just the literal movement from Moab into Israel, but Ruth’s deeper movement from the nations into the convent people of God.”

🎨: Scott Erickson

We started our 4 week series on the book of Ruth Sunday. First sermon is up on the website.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

08/18/2021

Lord in your mercy, hear our prayer.

It is easy to feel helpless as we watch unfathomable devastation and suffering happening on the other side of the world. There are refugee organizations locally and regionally here doing incredible work and they have an urgent need for help as Afghan refugees are arriving in Texas and there are opportunities here in DFW specifically. We’ve linked to a couple of them on our site (https://stbartsdallas.org/serve), and if you know of more opportunities we haven’t listed, please message us and we will update the information.

Lord in your mercy, hear our prayer.

It is easy to feel helpless as we watch unfathomable devastation and suffering happening on the other side of the world. There are refugee organizations locally and regionally here doing incredible work and they have an urgent need for help as Afghan refugees are arriving in Texas and there are opportunities here in DFW specifically. We’ve linked to a couple of them on our site (https://stbartsdallas.org/serve), and if you know of more opportunities we haven’t listed, please message us and we will update the information.

08/17/2021

Registration is now open for Sunday! Please be sure to register yourself and then any children in their appropriate class so we can make sure we are fully prepared to serve you.

Can’t wait to see you!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Registration is now open for Sunday! Please be sure to register yourself and then any children in their appropriate class so we can make sure we are fully prepared to serve you.

Can’t wait to see you!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

12th Sunday After Pentecost, Confirmations, August 15, 2021 08/17/2021

12th Sunday After Pentecost, Confirmations, August 15, 2021

Rev. Chris preached at All Saints Dallas last Sunday. To watch their service, see below.

https://vimeo.com/587455407

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08/16/2021

“In John 6 we see that Jesus is the true bread from heaven, a gift to be received and eaten by all who hunger.”

🎨: @saintjuliusart

Rev. Dustin Messer’s sermon is up from yesterday.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#anglican
#threestreams

“In John 6 we see that Jesus is the true bread from heaven, a gift to be received and eaten by all who hunger.”

🎨: @saintjuliusart

Rev. Dustin Messer’s sermon is up from yesterday.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#anglican
#threestreams

08/12/2021

Throughout the pandemic our vestry and staff have looked to Dallas County to help inform our own guidelines and response to COVID–19. In light of the latest announcement, and because of the increasing case load within Dallas County, we are updating our COVID guidelines as follows.

At this point we believe wearing masks to be the most prudent course of action, even for those who are fully vaccinated. Starting this Sunday our staff will begin to wear masks again. We are asking everyone who plans to worship with us to wear masks as well. We are also asking everyone to socially distance in the sanctuary.

If you do plan to worship with us, please register for the service. And if you are experiencing any symptoms, we would ask you to stay home.

I know that for many this will feel like a step backwards, but over the past months, we have learned how to worship together, even in the midst of uncertainty and changing circumstances. It may seem like a strange thing to say, but we know how to do this now–we know how to be together in a safe way. And for that, I can honestly say I am proud of the ways you all have responded throughout the pandemic.

Chris+, Dave+, and your St. Bart’s Staff

For more details and resources visit
https://linktr.ee/stbartsdallas

Throughout the pandemic our vestry and staff have looked to Dallas County to help inform our own guidelines and response to COVID–19. In light of the latest announcement, and because of the increasing case load within Dallas County, we are updating our COVID guidelines as follows.

At this point we believe wearing masks to be the most prudent course of action, even for those who are fully vaccinated. Starting this Sunday our staff will begin to wear masks again. We are asking everyone who plans to worship with us to wear masks as well. We are also asking everyone to socially distance in the sanctuary.

If you do plan to worship with us, please register for the service. And if you are experiencing any symptoms, we would ask you to stay home.

I know that for many this will feel like a step backwards, but over the past months, we have learned how to worship together, even in the midst of uncertainty and changing circumstances. It may seem like a strange thing to say, but we know how to do this now–we know how to be together in a safe way. And for that, I can honestly say I am proud of the ways you all have responded throughout the pandemic.

Chris+, Dave+, and your St. Bart’s Staff

For more details and resources visit
https://linktr.ee/stbartsdallas

08/10/2021

“In your own heart, I’m sure you’ve felt the push and the pull of the now and not yet, that you’ve danced the dance of belief and doubt. I’m sure there is part of you that says ‘Lord, I believe’ and another part that says, ‘Lord, help my unbelief’. To all of this Jesus says to us, ‘I am the living bread that came down from heaven.’”

Rev. Chris’ sermon is up on the website, and Registration is now open for Sunday! Please be sure to register yourself and any children so we can adequately staff.

Grateful for you all and looking forward to Sunday!

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

“In your own heart, I’m sure you’ve felt the push and the pull of the now and not yet, that you’ve danced the dance of belief and doubt. I’m sure there is part of you that says ‘Lord, I believe’ and another part that says, ‘Lord, help my unbelief’. To all of this Jesus says to us, ‘I am the living bread that came down from heaven.’”

Rev. Chris’ sermon is up on the website, and Registration is now open for Sunday! Please be sure to register yourself and any children so we can adequately staff.

Grateful for you all and looking forward to Sunday!

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Mind the Gap: A Ministry of the Holy Spirit | The Anglican Mission 08/05/2021

Mind the Gap: A Ministry of the Holy Spirit | The Anglican Mission

Mind the Gap: A Ministry of the Holy Spirit | The Anglican Mission David+ Larlee, rector of St. Bartholomew’s in Dallas, shares ways the Holy Spirit fills in the gap between our minds and our hearts.

Who we are

We’re all searching for who we were meant to be. We’re yearning to become fully human, whole and complete in God. And we know that our church family is meant to play a critical part in the process of becoming fully ourselves, fully human. And yet, it can be so difficult to find a church that really resonates with us at our core, that doesn’t just represent a part of us, but the whole of us. We're helping hundreds of believers in East Dallas become fully human by practicing together the unforced rhythms of grace in our every day life.

Come to a service this Sunday, and discover with us what it means to become fully human.

St. Bart’s is a three-stream Anglican church - rooted in Scripture, sustained by the Sacraments, and animated by the Spirit.

Videos (show all)

Rev. Chris with some info on the book he’s chosen for our upcoming Public Theology on Sept 21. Get it! https://www.amazo...
Rev. Jay with a message about how to register for this week’s service if you haven’t already. There was an error with th...
Today is a day of fasting and prayer and has been in the life of the church for many years and our mayor Eric has called...
Important message about this evening’s service - A/C is broken in the sanctuary so we will be canceling the in person po...
Info about this weekend’s service as well as a fun biblical tidbit from Jay. Enjoy! #stbartsdallas #anglican
8/9/20 sermon is up!

Location

Address


1000 Easton Rd
Dallas, TX
75218
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