St. Barnabas is a diverse community of people who are faithful in worship and service.
We are welcoming to everyone! Everyone.
Many of us have come from other Christian denominations and some from other religions. We are old and young - students, employed, unemployed, and retired - single, partnered, married, widowed, and divorced - we are straight and we are gay - we are differently educated from PhD's to high school graduates to drop outs to still in school - we are Anglo, Hispanic, African American, and Navajo.
If you are looking for a faith community, there IS a place for you here.
OFFICE CLOSED: Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day)
Sunlight AA via Zoom (info on website)
Mon, Tues at 5:30pm
Weds, 10:00am, Sat, 7:30am
Grace’s Soup Kitchen (curbside)
Tues & Thurs, 12-1pm,
Tues, 5:30pm via Zoom
Typical Weekly Activities
Regular weekly activities are currently
Sunday Morning Prayer
9:00am via Zoom followed by Virtual
Call or email the office for Zoom
Daily Gospel Meditations
Available on St. Barnabas Website
SUNDAY – May 31
9:00 am - Morning Prayer via Zoom
Call or email the office for access
Daily Gospel Meditation
Daily Gospel readings are available as audio recordings on our Worship page along with daily prayer and meditation prompts.
Centering Prayer is currently on hold.
Visit our Worship page for more information and resources!
Updates in Response to COVID-19
Find complete information on our COVID-19 page under "Connect"
Our office is currently closed to in-person visitors. We are responsive to phone and emails, so please reach out!
Sunday Services are being held via Zoom! More info is on our Worship page.
All in-person activities and meetings are on hold until further notice.
Grace's Kitchen is serving take-out lunches at its regular hours. We are welcoming volunteers who would like to help prep or distribute lunches for Grace's.
Fr. Doug is refraining from pastoral visitation at this time. If you need pastoral support, please reach out by email, phone, or text
We are asking all church members to limit their visits to St. Barnabas to what is absolutely necessary