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SERVE THE Community

St. Bart's offers many opportunities to serve the community and the world. Please feel free to contact the head of any team that interests you.

The Chatham Chuckwagon

The Chatham Chuckwagon is an ecumenical food program serving prepared frozen meals to the community every Tuesday from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Please contact Terry Transue if you would like to join the crew.

Men's Group

The men of St Bartholomew gather for fellowship and projects supporting the work of the church. The current work is being focused on restoring the grounds of the old St James Episcopal Church. Please contact Dave Harmon if interested.

Barking Biscuits

Born from the ideas of our youth, this ministry seeks to feed the dogs of the community just as we feed the people. Kids and teens meet up to hand-make dog biscuits to sell as a fundraiser for the church. For more info, contact Dakota Bender. 

The Episcopal Church Women

 

The Episcopal Church Women work to support our Chatham County food bank CORA, our Chatham County self-improvement agency Circles Chatham, our worldwide service group United Thank Offering, and so much more. For further information, please contact Molly Roberts. 

Daughters of the King

The mission of the Daughters of the King is prayer, service, and evangelism. The Daughters of the King serve both in our larger community and within our church. For more information, please contact Cheryl Harris. 

Habitat for Humanity Ministry

On a regular basis, St. Bart's collaborates with the Chatham County branch of Habitat for Humanity to build low-income housing. Please contact Dave Haman if you have interest in participating. 

Kairos Ministry

 

Kairos is a ministry that seeks to uplift the lives of area prison inmates. Please contact Jeanne deWard if you have interest.

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