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Seeking Director of Operations

Join our warm and encouraging team committed to making disciples!

Do you know someone who desires to apply their skills to a warm and encouraging team committed to making disciples? We are seeking a part-time Director of Operations to support a community that is dedicated to encouraging all people to seek the Boundless Presence of the divine, wherever they are on their faith journey. Saint … Continue reading Front Page

God is Holding Me All the Way

Liza Bell and Contemplative Life Ministries

Liza Bell has been involved in Contemplative Life Ministries at Saint Barnabas for the last 15 years. A central practice of contemplative life is that of centering prayer. Liza explains that this practice is all about learning to be present to the moment. “It’s changed my life, and I’ve watched it change the lives of … Continue reading Front Page

Celebrating Absalom Jones

Livestream Recording

Celebration of Absalom Jones  “What we do for the African American community benefits everybody. Anything that knocks down barriers is a good thing.” -Br. Lee Hughes, OP Bl. (Blessed) Absalom Jones holds a special place in history as a pioneer in civil liberty and service. Born into slavery in Delaware in 1746, Jones purchased freedom for his … Continue reading Front Page

Enriching Lives

Through Intergenerational Opportunities

Churches are among the few places in our society where members of many generations gather together in intentional and sustained relationships. When we make the effort to make the church’s life open to all, wonderful things happen. Children and adults learn the story of our faith in ways that match their developmental stage. We learn … Continue reading Front Page

The Peace that Surpasses Understanding

Dr. James Finley at Saint Barnabas

“If we are absolutely grounded in the absolute love of God that protects us from nothing even as it sustains us in all things, then we can face all things with courage and tenderness and touch the hurting places in others and in ourselves with love.” -James Finley, Intimacy: The Divine Ambush (DVD, Center for … Continue reading Front Page

God’s Yes and No

Sermon | Ash Wednesday | The Rev. Robert Berra

Bridging Arizona

An Interview with Jim and Donna Piscopo

Jim and Donna Piscopo are the co-founders of Bridging Arizona, a non-profit dedicated to improving veterans’ lives one bed at a time. For over 20 years, the Piscopos have developed a grassroots model providing donated furniture, both new and gently used, to the large population of veterans who need it. Extending a compassionate helping hand … Continue reading Front Page

Quarterly Magazine

February 2023

Read our February 2023 edition of our quarterly magazine below! Click below to view | Click on each page for more details

Breaking Down Barriers, Expanding Welcome

An interview with Br. Lee Hughes, Vice President of the Union of Black Episcopalians, Phoenix Chapter

 “What we do for the African American community benefits everybody. Anything that knocks down barriers is a good thing.” This is the central message from Br. Lee Hughes, the Vice President of the Karl and Virginia Washington chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) in Phoenix. Historically, African Americans have been “outcasts” – both … Continue reading Front Page

The Saint Barnabas Book & Gift Shop

Inviting with Profound Welcome

The Bookstore is currently open on Sunday mornings, from 8:30am to noon. The Saint Barnabas Bookstore, located across the courtyard from the main Sanctuary doors, opened in 1979. Parishioners came together to purchase and install everything from the showcases to the shelving, and the store has been run by a team of volunteers ever since. … Continue reading Front Page

Children’s Pageant Recording

Watch the Children's Christmas Pageant

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Missions & Ministries Festival 2022

Discovering Joy in Serving

Did you know? There are 43 different ways to serve at Saint Barnabas! On Sunday, October 30, the community gathered on our patio for lunch, games and joy. Our Missions and Ministry leaders and teams shared with us call about how they  serve our neighbors in many different ways. From Lay Readers to Choir, from … Continue reading Front Page

…O Tidings of Comfort and Joy

Granting Strength and Courage

The beloved Christmas carol “God Rest ye Merry, Gentlemen” ends each verse with the repeated phrase “O tidings of comfort and joy.” Ease and happiness are certainly welcome at Christmastime. But what if there is more to this line of verse than is apparent in the song? Sometimes there is a depth of meaning to our words … Continue reading Front Page

Our Senior Warden, Don Henninger Leads 

Arizona Democracy Resilience Network

Our Senior Warden, Don Henninger Leads  Arizona Democracy Resilience Network In her E-Pistle newsletter to the diocese on September 28, Bishop Jennifer Reddall expressed her support for the Arizona Democracy Resilience Network. Both the Bishop and Rev. Jim Clark have endorsed the non-partisan effort to restore faith in our election systems and ensure a peaceful … Continue reading Front Page

Coping with Grief During the Holidays

by The Rev. Pam Bell

As we approach the season of Advent, we are once again hearing the stories of preparation, waiting, and hope. The weeks leading up to Christmas are filled with anticipation and activity. As a church our busyness exponentially grows. For not only do we have our regular Sunday services and faith formation, but we also have … Continue reading Front Page

Education for Ministry (EfM)

Reserve Your Seat! Registration for EfM 2023 is Now Open! Select either Monday morning or Tuesday evening seminars and contact Cynthia McKinley to register for EfM seminars that start in January 2023 Do you have questions about the Bible or about Christianity and its roles and relationships in the world? Education for Ministry was developed … Continue reading Front Page

Being Present to Others

One Human Family

One of the ways in which we manifest God is by being present to those around us.                       Presence is something more than proximity. Being present is an art of paying attention. We may practice this presence many ways.  We might greet others with more … Continue reading Front Page

Mexico Medical Mission

An Interview with Mary Beth Volberding

Mary Beth Volberding has been active in the Mexico Medical Mission at Saint Barnabas for 17 years. Having always been an avid all-rounder volunteer – and despite “not being a medical person,” as she puts it – Mary Beth became plugged into the medical mission supporting the Mexican village of Ensenada in 2005. She explains … Continue reading Front Page

A Summer Camp Experience

by Lead Junior Counselor, Rachel Williams

Summer Music + Arts Camp is an opportunity for kids ages 3 through those entering 6th grade to explore the world of fine arts and creativity with Saint Barnabas where all are welcome. Gently faith-based, this one-week camp is filled with fun and engaging activities focusing on the creative process. This year, we have the pleasure … Continue reading Front Page

Filled with the Joy of the Season

A Visit with Saint Nick

Our Annual Visit with Saint Nick was a day filled with wonder for our young children. Our afternoon began with music from our Children’s Choirs and a grand entrance by the real Saint Nicholas himself. He was soon joined by Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus as they shared about how they are inspired by Jesus … Continue reading Front Page

Habitat for Humanity Build

Saturday, April 9 2022

Our Habitat for Humanity team has been at it again! Saturday was a GREAT workday at the 80th house Saint Barnabas has participated in building. Many people attended and they were able to accomplish more than they originally expected. They spent a lot of time doing roof decking and are almost finished with the west … Continue reading Front Page

Communications Update

As we continue to find ways to thrive in an ever changing world, you may begin to notice some changes in the ways we communicate. Our Communications team exists to amplify the spirit of Saint Barnabas by reflecting, supporting, and growing our culture. We spread messages from our leadership in the hope that they will … Continue reading Front Page

Happening Soon

Join us when you can and as you are

Holy Week at Saint Barnabas
Saturday, April 1, 2023, 7:00 am–6:30 pm

Welcome to Holy Week at Saint Barnabas | April 1, 2023 – April 9, 2023 From the Cross to New Life Easter 2023 Mailer_WEB.pdf by Amy DeCaussin

Habitat for Humanity | Work Day
Saturday, April 1, 2023, 7:30 am–11:30 am

SATURDAY, April 1 | 7:30AM-11:30AM  Calling all adults and youth (age 16+)! Join us for a Habitat for Humanity workday. No previous construction experience is required! We provide maps and directions to the location and all instructions and tools are provided on-site, as well as lunch and snacks. Even if you’ve never swung a hammer … Continue reading Habitat for Humanity | Work Day

Palm Cross Making
Saturday, April 1, 2023, 8:30 am–11:30 am

Are you a Maker? Come make Palm Crosses with us! 8:30am – 11:30pm MST at Saint Barnabas in Hutton Hall On Palm Sunday, all parishioners will receive a palm cross. They will be handed out during our in-person worship service and YOU can be a part of the group that helps make this happen. Palm … Continue reading Palm Cross Making

Palm Sunday
Sunday, April 2, 2023, 7:45 am–12:00 pm

April 2 | 7:45am and 10:15am MST | at Saint Barnabas, in-person + online Join Us Online WHAT IS PALM SUNDAY? Palm Sunday is a Sunday filled with emotional highs and lows. Jesus rides into Jerusalem as the people line the road with palm branches. They toss their cloaks before him to acknowledge him as … Continue reading Palm Sunday

Exploring Poetry | April
Thursday, April 6, 2023, 10:00 am–11:30 am

Exploring Poetry as a Spiritual Practice Thursday, April 20 at 10am – 11:30am on Z_o_o_m When we each bring a poem that speaks to our heart, the Holy Spirit never fails to orchestrate a profound conversation among us, the poets, and the poems. Anyone interested should contact Mary Stone for more information and for the Z_o_o_m … Continue reading Exploring Poetry | April

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