The Arrival of the Holy Spirit
Welcome to the Worship at Saint Barnabas Online. This week we observe Pentecost (What is Pentecost? Scroll down to learn more.) Together we will celebrate the arrival of the Holy Spirit. In the midst of the lesson from Acts read during church, we will have lessons read aloud by online participants to replicate the probable cacophony that occurred that day 2,000 years ago. The service will premiere above at 10:15am, Sunday, May 31, 2020. (Refresh the page if you do not see the video at 10:15am) Click the icon to the left to view the Sunday Bulletin and children’s activities too! For the best experience, we recommend having the bulletin ready before the service begins. You can also read along with the Book of Common Prayer online by clicking here. Scroll down for details mentioned in the announcements.
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Based in the second chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, the event of Pentecost is the celebration of all peoples hearing the stories of God’s mighty acts in their own languages. Tongues of fire touched each of them and empowered them to hear! We celebrate this day with a boisterous reading of the Acts lesson in communion with one another (you have to be there to truly revel in it!), as well as with special music and preaching. Pentecost is the third of our three major feasts in the church year alongside Christmas and Easter, so you won’t want to miss it!
VIRTUE-ALL Music + Arts Camp Registration closes Monday June 1! Click the image above to learn more and Register.
A Quiet Day with The Rev. Jim Clark
Saturday, June 13 at 10am | on Zoom
See it in Photos
Click the image above to watch the Rector’s Roundtable and Bishop Reddall’s message.
Click the image above to listen to Rev. Jim’s update to the parish (May 28, 2020).
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A service grieving the losses we’ve known and seeking God’s encouragement in this time of pandemic.
Thursday, June 11 at 7pm | On Zoom
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