The Church of 
St. Bartholomew
A Catholic Community
In the Archdiocese of
New York

  About Us


Welcome, and thank you for visiting our parish website. I am Fr.Raphael Mary Ezeh, MSP. Whether you are a parishioner or a visitor at our beloved Church of St. Bartholomew, may you experience the peace and love of Christ and abundant blessing among us.

Great things are happening here at St. Bart’s. And there’s much more still ahead. Grateful to God and to past and present parishioners for where we are today, and filled with hope and enthusiasm, we are building a stronger parish family for everyone, especially our teaming youngsters, the future Church.

Our newly re-designed website is meant to share this good news and much more with parishioners, visitors and prospective parishioners. So, once again, welcome. Here you can explore the vibrant spirit of our parish and the numerous opportunities for spiritual, social and educational growth that St. Bart’s has to offer you and your children. We have put in lots of thoughts and efforts to create activities that will fulfill the spiritual, religious and faith formation needs of every segment of our parish population. And aware that Christ came that we may have life in its fullness (Matthew 10:10), we strive to expand our loving services to meet other needs such as educational, physical (sports), networking & connecting with peers, career & jobs, and other social needs. 

Daily we pray that God’s kingdom may come. Here at St. Bart’s all our activities and ministries are designed to promote the building up of the Body of Christ among us, making God’s kingdom among us a reality. Christ welcomes, appreciates and blesses your presence and participation.

To our visitors, welcome! If you do not yet have a spiritual home, please consider making our loving and welcoming parish family a home for yourself and your family. To our new parishioners, welcome! I look forward to getting to know you personally and visiting with you and your family in the future.   

In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, may the Lord pour his Divine Mercy into your heart and your home, and may you experience and share his love all through the year. Amen. 

In Jesus and Mary,

Fr. Raphael Mary Ezeh, MSP.