About Us

Nestled among schools and homes in a vibrant corner of Windsor Park, St. Bartholomew currently has a parish membership of about 170 familes.  The church has a new spiritual leader, Rev. Dr. Lee Titterington, who is eager to meet members of the local community.  "I have been impressed with the strength and vitality of the congregation," said Titterington."  Their dedication and cooperation provides a firm foundation for the many outstanding programs offered at the church," he continued, "The vacation bible school this summer was a tremendous sucess and a new group has formed to coordinate the Food Depot. 
 
The church has adopted new watchwords for the coming year: 'Reaching forward to what lies ahead' (Phil 3:13).  "This has installed parishioners with a renewed engergy for our many outreach programs," stated Rev. Deacon Helen Hunter.  "The Food Depot for Winnipeg Harvest is just one of so many outreach programs.  We also have a companion parish in Uganda, support the efforts of the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, and work in the area of social justice, amont other initiatives," continued Hunter.  Among the many activities offered at the parish are a children's ministry, music and choir programs, adult Christian education, a phoning network, pastoral care, a men's group, bible studies and a church library