Sunday School takes place in the Children’s Center for all ages and grades. Playground drop-off starts at 8:45am. For questions, contact our Director of Children’s Ministries, Sarah Petersen
Questions? Call the church office: (480) 948-5560
Advent is a season of preparation—a time to prepare our hearts and communities for the coming of Christ at Christmas and imagine the possibilities of God’s Kingdom come to Earth. During the four Sundays of Advent, you are invited to join the clergy and our youth for a sacred time of learning, storytelling, and listening. Our themes will include our own experiences of social difference, peace, forgiveness, reconciliation, truth-telling, and the possibilities of a community shaped by the love and concerns of God.
Registering is strongly suggested so that we can adequately prepare. To do so, visit THIS LINK. However, you are invited to drop in and participate even if you cannot attend all four weeks. Join us on Zoom.
CONCERT ON THE DESERT SERIES
Stories of Advent and the Christmas season are portrayed through traditional lessons and carols. Our Parish Choir will present the Advent story through anthems and hymns as we prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ. Free Event. All Are Welcome! Visit THIS LINK for more information and to save the dates of upcoming concerts.
WORSHIP & EUCHARIST
This service offers a space for grief and sadness during the holiday season, contemplative choral and instrumental music, and a candle-lighting ritual for personal memorials of loss. The Service of the Longest Night gives space for the meaning of Advent – our saving hope promises to come as a light that our darkest moments cannot conquer. Christ is near. We are not alone. Read more at THIS LINK
Gladden your heart this season with our Angel Tree® mission. When mom or dad is in prison, you can help the children by shopping for Christmas gifts on behalf of their incarcerated parent. Visit us today on the patio to receive names to shop for. Go to THIS LINK to learn more or contact Kate Fimbres
Hear the story of the real Saint Nicholas at Saint Barnabas. Make crafts, have snacks, and take a photo with Saint Nick, Mrs. Claus, and Santa! Invite your grandkids, nieces, nephews, neighbors, and friends to this delightful Christmas tradition.
Songs presented by our children’s choirs and stories will be followed by crafts on the lawn. Family photos with Santa will be available for all. Popcorn and hot chocolate will be served on the lawn. Go to saintbarnabas.org/saint-nick to learn more. Questions? Contact Sarah Petersen
Saint Barnabas is hosting Bingo at the center on the first Sunday of each month when parishioners will visit with the men and help facilitate the game. Read more at THIS LINK or contact Jennifer Tefft
Join the ladies of the parish at their annual Christmas Luncheon! We are collecting toys for children in need. The suggested luncheon donation is $25.00. The proceeds help to support the cost of lunch as well as youth college scholarships. Read More and Registration at THIS LINK
Quiet Day with The Rev. Jim Clark includes teaching, reflections, quiet solitary time, and sessions of communal silent prayer. Join us for an introduction to what the Contemplative Life at Saint Barnabas might offer you, or to sustain you in that life. The day concludes with Holy Eucharist. Please bring your Bible. All are Read more HERE