Don’t miss these.
Don’t miss these.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 11:30AM | HUTTON HALL SAGES is an organization that is open to all parishioners. Each month during the academic year we meet over lunch (a $5.00 offering is requested) and host a speaker. Cramming for your finals! Your legacy begins with a vision. And your generosity has the power to change … Continue reading SAGES
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 9:30AM-3:00PM Foundations of the Practice Led by Liza Bell Followed by: Five Tuesday evenings | 7:00-8:30pm Beginning Tuesday, March 26 “Intimacy with God” Life is a process of increasing intimacy with God and of relaxing into the present moment by accepting and consenting to whatever is happening, including our thoughts. “The wear … Continue reading Introduction to Centering Prayer
Doing Theology: What –and How–We Believe March 24, 31, and April 7 “…But how do you know ? How do you decide in theology?” This three-week series will explore how individuals and communities come to a set of beliefs. We will explore theology as a discipline rooted in the desire to know God, discuss sources … Continue reading Conversations with Rev. Robert
ALL AGES On March 24, join us for a fun-filled picnic lunch at Saint Barnabas with messy arts and crafts for all ages. Get your hands dirty with spaghetti paint brushes, play dough, slinky art, collage, and more. Invite your family, neighbors, and friends to make a mess! Kids in attendance receive a free t-shirt … Continue reading Messy Arts & Crafts Neighborhood Picnic
Concerts on the Desert Presents PASSION SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 4PM The Passion of Christ according to Johann Sebastian Bach A musical telling of the last days in the life of Jesus Music: Excerpts from Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions and Mass in B Minor Performers: Saint Barnabas Choir and Orchestra Individual Tickets: $35.00 (Scroll … Continue reading Passion
Planning your Memorial Service. How do you want your life to be celebrated? Do your family and your church know your favorite hymn? More than just a practical matter, planning your memorial service is a spiritual practice. It makes us pause to think about what is most important in life, who knows us best, and … Continue reading Planning your Memorial Service: Faithful Living Faithful Ending
The legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright Stuart Graff, President & CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, is committed to preserving and promoting the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, including guiding the operations at Taliesin West, one of the shining jewels in the desert of north Scottsdale. Learn more about the operations and future … Continue reading SAGES
Are You A Maker? PALM CROSSES FOR SAINT BARNABAS SATURDAY, April 13, 9:30AM | THE OTHER CUP On Palm Sunday, palm crosses will be handed to Saint Barnabas parishioners. YOU can be a part of the group that helps make this happen. Palm Cross making is easy for ages 12 and up to learn. There … Continue reading Making Palm Crosses
Holy Week is the time when we remember very specific events in Jesus’ life and ministry. A fancy name for this week is called the Triduum (trih-dyu-um). On Palm Sunday, (April 14, 7:45am, 10:15am, 10:21am & 6pm), we commemorate Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and his crucifixion during each Sunday service. On Maundy Thursday, (April … Continue reading Holy Week at Saint Barnabas
Maundy Thursday | April 18, 7pm We recall Jesus’ greatest commandment to us: to love others as God loves us. We remember the Last Supper and we strip the altar in preparation for the bleakness of Good Friday Good Friday | April 19 12pm – Traditional readings and prayers for the 14 stations of … Continue reading Maundy Thursday + Good Friday
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