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* NEW* We are delighted to announce that Inside Park @ St. Bart's is offering a special prix fixe pre-theater menu for Friday's performance of St. Mark's Gospel with actor Tom Bair at St. Bart's. Call 212-593-3333 for reservations, or book online at insideparknyc.com. Tell your server you are attending this event to receive a 10 percent discount. Learn more about this event at http://stbarts.org/event/2019-03-22-st-marks-gospel-the-performance-and-seminar-event/ ...

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ST. BART'S-New York City

During today's Eucharist at the House of Bishops retreat, the bishops and all gathered prayed for victims of the shooting at Christchurch during the prayers of the people - "For the victims of the shootings in New Zealand, rest to their souls and peace to their families."

From Episcopal News Service:

Diocese of San Joaquin Bishop David Rice said, “Yesterday in an unprecedented act of terrorism 49 people were killed in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.”

Christchurch was his first diocese and where his daughter and son went to kindergarten and primary school. They have a home to which they will retire.

“I find myself as I stand here before you – and I should have thought of this because I was up all night contacting family and friends to see if they’re okay – to have something to say, but I find I have no words.”

He spoke with Diocese of Connecticut Bishop Ian Douglas and suggested that Bishops Against Gun Violence reach out to Chirstchurch Bishop Peter Carrow and Richard Wallace who leads Te Wai Pounamu, the Maori diocese, “as an act of solidarity to send our love.”

“They are us,” New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said of the victim of the attacks. “The person who has perpetuated this violence against us is not. They have no place in New Zealand.”

Rice noted the Prime Minister's statement and said “Say that with me. They are us.” The house responded loudly, and Rice stopped to compose himself.

“Our immigrant and refugee sisters and brothers, say it with me, they are us….Our Palestinian sisters and brothers, say it with me, they are us. Those who even lose their way and do harm, say it wish me, they are us. Amen.”

The bishops prayed in silence and then were led in prayer by the Very Rev. Miguelina Howell, a chaplain to the house and dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Hartford, Connecticut.

Photo + Story Credit: Mary Frances Schjonberg, Episcopal News Service
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ST. BART'S-New York City

Bishop Dean E. Wolfe joined Bishops United Against Gun Violence in this live prayer service this morning. Please join in. And if you'd like to pray with us in person, come to Evening Prayer tonight at St. Bart's 5:30 pm to 5:45 pm at Park Avenue at 51st Street.

Episcopalians United Against Gun Violence
Today’s Bishop United Against Gun Violence live prayer service is hosted by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, live from Kanuga. Please join us.
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We had a great group tonight for our new class SECRETS OF THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER with the Reverend Kris Lewis-Theerman. The class continues every Thursday, 6:30–8 pm through April 11, room 44. Enter at 109 East 50th. (Thanks Peter Thompson for the photo!) ...

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Join Patrick Hornbeck, St. Bart’s parishioner and author most recently of Remembering Wolsey, for a tour through the “history of the history” of the English Reformation in our Sunday Forum series "The Stories We Tell: The Evolving History of the Reformation." This week: "Theatre, Fiction, History, and Film—The English Reformation since 1700." Sundays at 10 am. ...

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