Welcome to Easter Sunday at Saint Barnabas Online. The service premiered at 10:15am, Sunday, April 12, 2020. (Refresh the page if you do not see the video at 10:15am) Click the icon below to view the Sunday Bulletin. For the best experience, we recommend having the bulletin ready before the service begins. Please note that we will not by participating in Holy Communion. You can learn more about this in Rev. Jim’s update to the parish by clicking here.
You can also read along with the Book of Common Prayer online by clicking here.
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This joyous season starts with Easter Day as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Easter season then continues for 50 days. Throughout this time, we hear the stories of how Jesus appeared to his followers in many ways after his resurrection; we hear what he taught them about how to live, and how to carry on without him. During this time, we also celebrate his Ascension into heaven (which Saint Barnabas also likes to move to a Sunday so we don’t miss the celebration!). This is followed by the arrival of the Holy Spirit, which we celebrate on Pentecost.
Hearing Impaired? Click the “cc” icon on the bottom right corner of the video screen for Closed Captions. See the image below.
A special thank you to everyone who helped create this service:
AV Team – Hank Parker, Dave McClintic, Alex Shivers and James Vincent.
Music directed by Michael Salazar, Robert Heyde
Trumpet by Emery Harvison
Video produced by Amy DeCaussin
Priests: The Rev. Jim Clark (Rector/Senior Pastor) The Rev. Elizabeth Roles, The Rev. Robert Berra, The Rev. Erika von Haaren, and Rev. Susie Parker (Deacon)
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