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

07/16/2021

A little late but registration is up! Please register (especially important for your kids) and join us Sunday!

See you then - link to register -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

A little late but registration is up! Please register (especially important for your kids) and join us Sunday!

See you then - link to register -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 07/13/2021

Last Sunday the green banners were switched to RED, signaling a special celebration in recognition of what the Lord has been doing and continues to do in and through St. Bart’s.

In a special announcement, the clergy and vestry shared that due to an incredible outpouring of generosity, the church finished the fiscal year with donations exceeding what was budgeted. We thank you wholeheartedly for this!

It was also announced that the search for a Sunday morning worship venue, which began in 2019, has resulted in a new partnership with Redeemer Bible Church just down the road, who have become new partners for St Bart’s vision - “to connect the people of East Dallas with God and His people, so that we might behold God and become more like him.”

Sunday morning services are expected to begin in the new location early this autumn. More details to follow soon.

To watch the livestream of the announcement, visit

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#stbartsdallas
#redeemerbiblechurchdallas
#eastdallas

07/06/2021

“The place of waiting, with our eyes on Jesus, prepares us for the step of faith that awaits.”

Sermon is up on the website. Link in bio.

🎨: Scott Erickson

#anglican
#threestreams

“The place of waiting, with our eyes on Jesus, prepares us for the step of faith that awaits.”

Sermon is up on the website. Link in bio.

🎨: Scott Erickson

#anglican
#threestreams

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 07/01/2021

“The story of the Highland Springs service started with Dave's desire to serve people and his love of the Eucharist.  When Jim and I were preparing to move to this senior living community, Dave+ prayed that the Lord would reveal how we could minister here and volunteered to do a service here.  By the time we settled, there was a second couple here who were also from @allsaintsdallas.  Just as we settled on a time and plan for the service, Covid closed the doors of the community to all visitors for a year.  So we waited, did the NOVO cohort and got to know people. When the community opened, we scheduled our first service in April.  The service has been a blessing to all of us, especially those who had not been able to go to church.  Everyone loves his sermons, the Eucharist and we really hope to build a praying community here.”

A note from Betty Siber on the monthly Thursday morning service Dave & Chris have been doing at Highland Springs Senior Living.

#anglican
#threestreams
#stbartsdallas

06/30/2021

Mark your calendars! Wednesday, July 21 will be our second Summer Worship Night of the season and we’d love for you to join us for this special evening of worship and healing prayer ministry.

Service starts at 7pm and childcare will be provided at the church.

Link in bio for details and to register.

#anglican
#threestreams

Mark your calendars! Wednesday, July 21 will be our second Summer Worship Night of the season and we’d love for you to join us for this special evening of worship and healing prayer ministry.

Service starts at 7pm and childcare will be provided at the church.

Link in bio for details and to register.

#anglican
#threestreams

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 06/29/2021

We want to extend the biggest congratulations to Rev. Kurtley Knight (and his wife Ivah) for his ordination into the Anglican priesthood! He was with us at St. Bart’s for a season while he was a deacon, and while we were sad to see him go, we love seeing him walk out God’s calling.

Reposted from Rev. Kurtley -

“By the grace of God and the consent of His people yesterday, I was ordained a priest in the Anglican Church (ACNA). As I reflect on my life’s journey over the last several years, yesterday’s amazing liturgy, and the reception of this Sacrament, I am honestly at a loss for words. All I can say is, Thanks be to God!

Thanks to all my family, friends, and colleagues, who have prayed for and supported my ministry over the years, especially my bishop Todd Hunter, Barry Jones, and Jay Wright. And special thanks to my beautiful bride, Ivah, who continues to be my love and best friend.”

#anglican
#threestreams

06/23/2021

Summer worship night is here!

Summer worship night is here!

06/15/2021

UPDATE! This is the first week our Children’s ministry for Pre-K through 5th grade is back in full swing! You can check them in like usual and then drop your children off in the Parish Hall right before church starts.

Get yourself all signed up for this weekend - link in bio! Can’t wait to see you all and have our own special time of fellowship and worship with your kiddos!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

UPDATE! This is the first week our Children’s ministry for Pre-K through 5th grade is back in full swing! You can check them in like usual and then drop your children off in the Parish Hall right before church starts.

Get yourself all signed up for this weekend - link in bio! Can’t wait to see you all and have our own special time of fellowship and worship with your kiddos!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

06/14/2021

“Kingdom giving is about investing in a person (or church community) according to who the Lord is calling them to be. It’s about putting our money where our faith is.”

🎨: Morgan Harper Nichols

Sunday’s sermon is up on the website to watch/listen.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

“Kingdom giving is about investing in a person (or church community) according to who the Lord is calling them to be. It’s about putting our money where our faith is.”

🎨: Morgan Harper Nichols

Sunday’s sermon is up on the website to watch/listen.

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

06/07/2021

“Being loved unconditionally, wholeheartedly, and continually by Jesus leads us to discover our own significance.”

See Rev. Dave’s full sermon online here -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

🎨: @scottthepainter

#ordinarytime
#anglican
#threestreams

“Being loved unconditionally, wholeheartedly, and continually by Jesus leads us to discover our own significance.”

See Rev. Dave’s full sermon online here -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

🎨: @scottthepainter

#ordinarytime
#anglican
#threestreams

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 06/03/2021

Summer is almost here and we’re hitting the ground running. We have so many things going on this month, starting with Food Truck & Fellowship Sunday after church this week! (Never fear! If it rains, we’ll take the food into the Parish Hall to eat and hang)

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/889823

Then on Monday, June 14, we’ll have our first Newcomer Night in 18 months! 😭 We are excited to have several new people worshipping with us and we’d love to get to know you and have you get to know our clergy and staff. Bites and drinks provided.

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/889930

Then on Saturday, June 26 we’ll be having a membership class for anyone interested in learning more about the Anglican tradition and has interest in becoming a member, we’d love to have you. Food provided and we offer childcare reimbursement.

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/890065

We have more things coming up, but we’ll save it for another post! Looking forward to a wonderful summer.

05/26/2021

Connection Groups are now open for sign ups! We’ve got several date and location options available for you. We may add a couple more if these fill up and more folk want to sign up. For more info and to register, visit -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Email [email protected] with any questions or for assistance.

Can’t wait!

Connection Groups are now open for sign ups! We’ve got several date and location options available for you. We may add a couple more if these fill up and more folk want to sign up. For more info and to register, visit -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Email [email protected] with any questions or for assistance.

Can’t wait!

05/19/2021

Registration for Pentecost Sunday is now open! To register visit https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

The St. Bart's Clergy and Vestry have been watching the daily COVID-19 statistics in our community, and throughout the pandemic have relied upon the guidance from subject matter specialists to ensure we are able to worship in a safe manner. Last week the CDC announced that -

“Fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance."

(Read the full statement here - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated.html)

And so beginning this Sunday, May 23rd there will be a few updates:

▪️For those who are vaccinated, masks will be optional at all events including Sunday Worship.

▪️We encourage everyone to be considerate of each other’s comfort levels as we get used to this new way of doing things.

▪️Please continue to register and register your children so we have accurate headcounts and childcare staffing.

We want to say a sincere thank you for the many ways in which you've adapted, sacrificed, and shown love for your neighbor through this unprecedented last year. We're so grateful for all of you.

Registration for Pentecost Sunday is now open! To register visit https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

The St. Bart's Clergy and Vestry have been watching the daily COVID-19 statistics in our community, and throughout the pandemic have relied upon the guidance from subject matter specialists to ensure we are able to worship in a safe manner. Last week the CDC announced that -

“Fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance."

(Read the full statement here - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated.html)

And so beginning this Sunday, May 23rd there will be a few updates:

▪️For those who are vaccinated, masks will be optional at all events including Sunday Worship.

▪️We encourage everyone to be considerate of each other’s comfort levels as we get used to this new way of doing things.

▪️Please continue to register and register your children so we have accurate headcounts and childcare staffing.

We want to say a sincere thank you for the many ways in which you've adapted, sacrificed, and shown love for your neighbor through this unprecedented last year. We're so grateful for all of you.

05/17/2021

“In these verses (Eph. 4:1-16) Paul shows us that the cosmic vision of the Ascension is meant to be worked out (walked out) in the nitty-gritty of the everyday, most especially in the mundane day-to-day life of the Church, where we are urged to grow up into ‘the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.’”

🎨: Albrecht Dürer (thanks to Nathan Fan for sharing this artwork with us!)

Unfortunately due to a technical glitch, the sermon wasn’t recorded, but we have a backup plan for next week!

#AscensionSunday
#anglican

“In these verses (Eph. 4:1-16) Paul shows us that the cosmic vision of the Ascension is meant to be worked out (walked out) in the nitty-gritty of the everyday, most especially in the mundane day-to-day life of the Church, where we are urged to grow up into ‘the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.’”

🎨: Albrecht Dürer (thanks to Nathan Fan for sharing this artwork with us!)

Unfortunately due to a technical glitch, the sermon wasn’t recorded, but we have a backup plan for next week!

#AscensionSunday
#anglican

05/12/2021

Registration is now open for Ascension Sunday! We can’t wait to celebrate with you.

If you didn’t notice last week, we’re serving coffee and water again, so come early to caffeinate and fellowship!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Registration is now open for Ascension Sunday! We can’t wait to celebrate with you.

If you didn’t notice last week, we’re serving coffee and water again, so come early to caffeinate and fellowship!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

05/11/2021

“Friends are less concerned about disobeying than they are about disappointing. Because everything is running through the filter of the heart. The disciples’ focus shifts from the commandments of God to the presence of God. It shifts from the assignment to the relationship. It shifts from what I do for him to how my choices affect him. It’s the idea of friendship as a fair exchange of hearts.”

No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you. - John 15:15

🎨: Scott Erickson

Sermon is up on the website -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

“Friends are less concerned about disobeying than they are about disappointing. Because everything is running through the filter of the heart. The disciples’ focus shifts from the commandments of God to the presence of God. It shifts from the assignment to the relationship. It shifts from what I do for him to how my choices affect him. It’s the idea of friendship as a fair exchange of hearts.”

No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you. - John 15:15

🎨: Scott Erickson

Sermon is up on the website -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

05/04/2021

Registration is live! Sign up here -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Registration is live! Sign up here -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

05/03/2021

“Abiding is about his life giving presence flowing into us and empowering us as we go through our day.”

An excerpt from Rev. Dave’s sermon yesterday. The full service is up for the watching/listening here -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#iamthevine
#abide
#anglican

“Abiding is about his life giving presence flowing into us and empowering us as we go through our day.”

An excerpt from Rev. Dave’s sermon yesterday. The full service is up for the watching/listening here -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#iamthevine
#abide
#anglican

04/30/2021

Ok gals, now we’ve got something for you! Mark your calendars! For more info and to register, click the link below!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/844429

Ok gals, now we’ve got something for you! Mark your calendars! For more info and to register, click the link below!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/844429

04/27/2021

Registration for Sunday is now open! Can’t wait to see you!

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

And don’t forget about our Guys’ Bourbon night THIS Thursday 4/29! Register here:

https//:stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Photos from St. Bart's Dallas's post 04/26/2021

“The goal of Worship and Wonder at St. Bart’s is to create an environment that enables children to encounter and worship God. It is a space where children and adults alike can learn to hear and trust the voice of Christ who is their Good Shepherd and who calls each of them by name.”

This week we interviewed Katie Lemming, our Children’s Ministry Coordinator. We are so grateful for her care and vision for our kids. To watch the service and see the full interview, visit the link below.

(Photos taken pre-COVID)

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

#thegoodshepherd
#anglican
#worshipandwonder

04/20/2021

Registration is now open for Sunday! To sign up visit -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Can’t wait to see you!

Registration is now open for Sunday! To sign up visit -

https://stbartsdallas.churchcenter.com/registrations

Can’t wait to see you!

04/19/2021

“God is certainly big enough for our questions, and the depths of the Christian intellectual tradition testify to the fruitfulness of questioning, of probing, of getting to the root of things. This quest has been best understood as faith seeking understanding.”

Sunday’s sermon is up on the website!

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

🎨: @scottthepainter

#doubt
#faith
#community

“God is certainly big enough for our questions, and the depths of the Christian intellectual tradition testify to the fruitfulness of questioning, of probing, of getting to the root of things. This quest has been best understood as faith seeking understanding.”

Sunday’s sermon is up on the website!

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

🎨: @scottthepainter

#doubt
#faith
#community

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!
Hey hey! It’s Jay Jay with a message about this coming Sunday service and about the Feast of the Transfiguration happeni...

Location

Address


1000 Easton Rd
Dallas, TX
75218
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