We encourage you to join us on Sunday mornings at 9am to engage in conversations, led by The Rev. Jim Clark, about the culture of Saint Barnabas. Rev. Jim will lead us through the thoughtful engagement of our mission and vision statements, the five ways of discipleship, and what shapes our culture as a Christian community of “disciples who make disciples”.
As we embark on this new year, we’re excited to share the journey of ‘Re-Discovering Saint Barnabas: Becoming a More Fruitful Church.‘ At our Welcome Forum, the reactions were heartwarming as people toured our beautifully transformed kitchen. It’s a symbol of our commitment to growth and stronger community connections in the months ahead.
We extend a warm invitation to join us in worship, celebrate together, and embrace this fresh season of spiritual enrichment and fellowship. Everyone is welcome, and we can’t wait to share moments in our community as we Re-Discover Saint Barnabas Together.
See the video below of our Welcome Sunday Forum.
Re-Discovering Saint Barnabas | Becoming a More Fruitful Church | Forum September 17.
● Sunday morning services at 7:45am & 10:15am | Sanctuary + Zoom
● Adult Faith Formation begins Sunday, September 17 at 9 am | Hutton Hall + Zoom.
Join our forums about “Re-Discovering Saint Barnabas: Becoming a More Fruitful Church”
● Sunday, October 8 | Both Services
Bishop Reddall will visit us to bless our Welcoming the Neighborhood project, and celebrate our gratitude together.
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Now Is The Time
Now Is The Time
In the past few years, we’ve experienced what feels like an unprecedented time of disruption, uncertainty, and divisiveness. Times like these can be the Church’s finest hour.
And I believe that to be true for Saint Barnabas.
Now is the time for us to re-discover who we are as members of Saint Barnabas. For the saints of Saint Barnabas to be knitted together as one community in service of the common good. And for Saint Barnabas to become an even more fruitful church in service to Jesus and the world he loves.
I invite you to join us this year on Sunday mornings, as we learn together how to become a more fruitful church in the world and deepen our common life together.
Rector / Senior Pastor
Manny Fimbres is our communications manager, also, a long-time member of Saint Barnabas and has a deep love for his church community. Email Manny Fimbres through the leadership page or call our office at 480-355-9758.
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