Church of St. Bartholomew
Interior of St. Bartholomew
Easter congregation facing the choir
Sunday gathering at St. Barts
St. Barts Labyrinth
Blessing of the animals - St. Barts

Welcome to the Church of St. Bartholomew

Sunday Services

In Person Services

In person Sunday Services will recommence on August 29th at 9:30 a.m.Registration is mandatory for those wishing to attend.
For more information and to register please visit the

In Person Services page.


Online Services

Online services from St. Barts will also continue for the time being.


Weekly Readings

Weekly Readings

September 12 to October 24, 2021


Weekly Altar Flowers


The Calendar - 2021 Edition
- by Chris Burn
This Week
The Election of Matthias
Previous Editions
Ascension Day
The Resurrection
Easter Day
Good Friday
Maundy Thursday
St Cuthbert (c. 634-687),
Monk and Bishop
St Cuthbert (c. 634-687),
Monk and Bishop
John Polkinghorne (1930-2021)
Mothering Sunday
George Herbert,
Poet and divine (1593 – 1633
Hannah Grier Coome (1837-1921)
The Transfiguration
Candlemas, The Presentation of the Lord
Previous editions of the 2020 Calendar
can be found HERE

2021 Vestry Report



Welcome to the Church of St Bartholomew from the Rev Canon David Clunie

Thank you for visiting our web page at St Bartholomew’s Ottawa. If you are new to this page I hope you will watch one of our video services. These services will always be available at YouTube and a new service may be viewed every Sunday beginning at 7:00am and at any time afterwards.

We are now offering an “in-person” service every Sunday. The social distancing rules and masking are still in effect. The size of our church allows for thirty people each Sunday and the service begins at 9:30. To register go the Eventbrite button on this page.

The service will be a Eucharist or Holy Communion each Sunday.

These are unprecedented times for each of us. Worship, through scripture, prayer and music, can give us anchors in our daily lives. We are reminded every Sunday that God is with us in many different ways, both in the happy times of “green pastures” and in the “valley of the shadow of death”. Together, as a church family with roots of more than 150 years, we gain strength when we gather together. We hope you will join us.

The church office is still running, albeit remotely, and Ruth Honeyman and/or I will reply to phone messages or email. Our church mission continues with support to two new refugee families as well as various other agencies in Ottawa both through funds and volunteer time. This unique pandemic time has tested all of us. We know that our church can help us to keep in touch with each other, make new connections and help us to pray for this community and the world.

Blessings in Christ,

The Rev Canon David Clunie


St Barts Virtual Bazaar

November 6 to November 8


St. Barts Virtual Tour

If you missed the City of Ottawa's Virtual Open Doors in June , you have a chance to view it on our site:HERE


View our Sunday Service


Although the Parish Office remains closed, telephone and e-mail messages will be retrieved.
In the case of an emergency, please leave a detailed message at 613-745-7834, Ext 2 and we will respond as soon as possible.

As circumstances change we will be updating this page


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Cancelled Activities

The following are cancelled until further notice.

Bridge Club
Choir Practice


Online DonationsCanada Helps
You can now donate through our own online form.


About St Barts

St Barts is a member
of the Anglican Church
of Canada and is in the
Anglican Diocese of Ottawa

Useful Links

Anglican Church of Canada

Anglican Diocese of Ottawa

Anglican Diocese newspaper

Community Ministries
Centre 454
Cornerstone/Le Pilier
St. Luke's table
The Well
Pastoral Counselling Centre

Street Map

Get in Touch

  • Phone:
    (613) 745-7834
  • Email:
  • Address:
    125 MacKay St.
    Ottawa, Ontario
    Canada K1M 2B4