WORSHIP AT ST BARNABAS
Proper Study, Lenten Forum, and Centering Prayer are currently suspended. During the month of September, we will be holding Sunday Morning Prayer in Montezuma Park as well as via Zoom. Call or email the office for access information.
If ou would like to join in daily prayer and meditation on the Gospel through the Disciple's Prayerbook, open up the introductory letter and Prayerbook resources below! Recordings of the daily prayers and Gospel readings are to the right. You can follow along in the Prayerbook and pause the recordings for contemplation when prompted.
At the bottom of the recordings you will find Compline, the evening prayer.
Resource for daily meditation on the Gospel
A letter with guidance from Rev. Doug
From the Book of Common Prayer
9:00 am - Morning Prayer at Montezuma Park and via Zoom
We are currently holding Morning Prayer in person in Montezuma Park, as well as over Zoom (followed by a virtual coffee hour for Zoom attendees). Feel free to follow along in the Book of Common Prayer (linked below). Feel free to join us in person or virtually!
Call or email the office for Zoom access information!
Morning Prayer: Rite II
Found on Page 75
Centering Prayer is on hold until further notice.
OTHER PRAYERS AND REMEMBRANCES
The Great Litany
Often times used during times of crisis and conflict, locally and nationally. You can find a recording of the Great Litany posted with our other worship recordings. (Posted during COVID-19 and June 2020 Black Lives Matter protests)
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Adapted during the time of COVID-19 and 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests
The Great Litany includes a space for remembrance by name of those who have died. If you would like to include the names of Black and Indigenous victims of police violence in your prayers, you can find non-comprehensive lists linked here:
Litany of Remembrance and Lament
You can find a recording of the Litany of Remembrance and Lament posted with our other worship recordings. (Posted during COVID-19 and June 2020 Black Lives Matter protests)
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