Don’t miss these.
Don’t miss these.
“What we do for the African American community benefits everybody. Anything that knocks down barriers is a good thing.” -Br. Lee Hughes, OP Saint Barnabas is blessed to host the Diocese of Arizona’s annual observance of the Feast Day of Absalom Jones, the first African American Episcopal priest. In preparation for welcoming the diocese to … Continue reading African American Spirituality and the Episcopal Church
Thursday, February 9, 7:30pm (Ticketed) Urban Nocturnes Urban Nocturnes returns to the Saint Barnabas stage for the third concert in the series, featuring Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet amongst other great works for chamber ensemble. Individual Tickets: $30.00 PURCHASE TICKETS
SAGES is a monthly luncheon for adults featuring a speaker from the community. Lunch is served at 12pm ($10 suggested donation), followed by a talk. Invite your friends! Questions? Contact Charles Colmark or call the church office. THIS MONTH’S SPEAKER: (To be announced soon)
“What we do for the African American community benefits everybody. Anything that knocks down barriers is a good thing.” -Br. Lee Hughes, OP Bl. (Blessed) Absalom Jones holds a special place in history as a pioneer in civil liberty and service. Born into slavery in Delaware in 1746, Jones purchased freedom for his family and … Continue reading Celebrating Absalom Jones
Ingathering Sunday, February 19 | Both Services United Thank Offering is a ministry of the Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church. The blue boxes are used as a way to give thanks daily. On February 19, we will gather our boxes, bless them, and send them off to places near and far … Continue reading United Thank Offering Ingathering
Saint Barnabas has been blessed with a rich legacy of the arts. For an up-close look at our unique worship spaces and our grounds, join Judee Morrison, member of the Fine Arts and Memorial Acceptance Committee (MAFA), and learn about how the art of Saint Barnabas inspires us to elevate worship.
For all who are grieving and looking for a community, please join Joyce Vidal-Thornburg, a Hospice of the Valley grief counselor. For the next 4 months, we will meet February 19, March 26, April 16, and May 21 in the Spiritual Direction Room in Sean’s Place at 11:45am. Please drop in. For more information please … Continue reading Grief Circle
Ash Wednesday begins the six-week season of Lent. In these services, we remember that we are dust and to dust we shall return by way of a cross of ashes being marked on our forehead. This reminder of our mortality sets us on our path through this subdued season in which we take a close … Continue reading Ash Wednesday
You may have heard about the Three-Legged Stool, but how about the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral? You may have heard of the via media, but what about adiaphora and essentiae? This Lent, you are invited to take a deeper dive into the Episcopal Ethos in our Lenten Program: The Episcopal Way. We will learn the practices of … Continue reading Lent and the Episcopal Way
Friday, February 24, 7pm | Sanctuary Taizé Vespers (an evening worship service) is based on the music and worship developed and used at the Taizé community in France. It is a meditative, music-filled liturgy with songs from Taizé, scripture, and time for silence and prayer. For more information, contact the Rev. Jennifer Tucker or call … Continue reading Taizé Vespers
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