Holy Week Schedule 2019 

 Sun, April  14 – Palm Sunday – Holy Eucharist at 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

        Includes the reading of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ According to Mark.               Begin in  the  Pavilion at 7:30, and in the Canterbury Garden at 9:00 and 11:00.  Children’s           Church will  begin in the Children’s Ministry Room after the procession for the 9:00 and                 11:00 services.   

 Mon., Tue., Wed, April 15, 16, 17 – Daily Holy Eucharist at 12:10 in the chapel


 Thurs., April 18 – Maundy Thursday – Holy Eucharist at 12:10 and 7:00 p.m. 

          Later service Includes foot washing and stripping of the altar, and is followed by the all-                    night  Maundy Watch in the chapel (see sign-up sheet in  back of church for Maundy Watch              hours).


 Fri., April 19 – Good Friday – Noon to 3:00 p.m.

           Includes Stations of the Cross, choral music, Veneration of the Cross, and communion                       from reserved sacraments. 


 Sat., April 20 – The Great Easter Vigil – 7:00 p.m.

           Includes lighting of the Paschal Candle for the new year.  Children participate in the service, and then will have age-appropriate worship in the Children’s Ministry Room during the sermon time before coming back into the church for communion.


 Sun., April 21 – Easter Sunday – 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.  Festive Eucharist. 

            EGG HUNTS follow the 9:00 service- nursery age in the Rose Garden, older kids in the Canterbury Garden.  EASTER PARTY for adults and children in the Harwood Center following the 9:00  service. 


Barnabas Elders

Living the naturally, supernatural Christian life.

All Seniors are Invited

2nd Monday at Noon - Each Month

 Please join Fr. Comforted and other seniors in our St. Barnabas family for lunch and fellowship,       encouragement and opportunities to embrace the concept of godly aging.  You will be challenged   through teaching and testimonies to continue to be fruitful as you live out your passions according to   the bibical vision and expectation of deepening growth and value in service to God and others as we   age.  

 Any questions, please contact Fr. Comforted or Judy.

 Newsletter is Available!

The latest edition of the St. Barnabas Outreach newsletter is available.  You can download a digital copy from this website.  Please click on the "Media Gallery" tab above, then "Outreach Newsletters".

Sermon Recordings

A digital recording of the sermon each Sunday is available for download (MP3 format) from this website.  Please click on the "Media Gallery" tab above, then "Recorded Sermons".

Stations of the Cross for Lent

The Stations of the Cross are observed each Friday at 5:30 p.m. during Lent.  This devotion stems from the tradition of  
pilgrims offering prayer at a series of places in Jerusalem that are associated with our Lord’s passion and death. The litany takes about 20 minutes. All are encouraged to attend the special service, and a sign-up sheet is posted in the back of the church for those who wish to lead the Stations. 


Lenten Series:  God’s Plan for Building His Kingdom

March 13- April 10
6:30-7:30 p.m.

Come and learn,  Come and see, Come and give it a try.

We are called to be witnesses.  A witness has to know his/her story.    When you are a disciple of Jesus your story will come alive.  When you become alive and aware of God's mighty hand and outstretched arm in your daily life, sharing your story is a natural expression of love, hope, and passion for the people around you.  Nothing to fear, God is near and if God has called us to go, He will equip us for the sending.  There is not greater reward than to get to the end of the day and realize that you have taken advantage of the opportunities that God has placed before you.

   Coffee Hour

Please join us in Canterbury House for fellowship on Sunday morning after
7:30 am and 9:00 am worship service, or before the 11:00 am 
worship service. 
Donations are appreciated.