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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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What is Pentecost?

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!


Welcome to the seventh Sunday of Easter at Saint Barnabas Online. The service will premiere above at 10:15am, Sunday, May 24, 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.


We regret that with all the many goings-on during this season of our community, we did not include this prayer in our Sunday announcements when we recorded. We include it here with our sincere appreciation for all those who’ve served at great peril for their nation and in remembrance of those who died in such service. May they Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory.

O God, we ask your strength, that we might dedicate ourselves to perfecting your kingdom of peace and justice among nations. Let us give thanks for the many blessings of freedom which we possess, purchased at the cost of many lives and sacrifices. Fill us with courage to fulfill our tasks and in no way break faith with the fallen. We commend these fallen to your mercy and ask that you give them eternal rest. This we ask and pray in your name. Amen.


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AS MENTIONED IN THE ANNOUNCEMENTS (CLICK BELOW):

Did you miss the Rector’s Roundtable last week? Click the image above to watch.

Watch our Mental Health Task Force Webinar recording. Click the image above.

Watch Children’s Chapel

Online Resources (Click here)

Hearing Impaired? Click the “cc” icon on the bottom right corner of the video screen for Closed Captions. See the image below.

Please note that we will not by participating in Holy Communion. You can learn more about this in Rev. Jim’s update to the parish by clicking here.

A special thank you to everyone who helped create this service:

AV Team – Hank Parker, Dave McClintic, Alex Shivers and James Vincent.

Music directed by Michael Salazar, Robert Heyde

Soloists, Sarah Smith and Max Seifert

Trumpet by Emery Harvison

Music Editing by Devin Barad

Video produced by James Vincent

Animated Graphics by Amy DeCaussin

Priests: The Rev. Jim Clark (Rector/Senior Pastor) The Rev. Elizabeth Roles, The Rev. Robert Berra,  and The Rev. Tara Bartholomew  (Deacon)

Bulletins – Faith Long

 

Welcome to the sixth Sunday of Easter at Saint Barnabas Online. The service will premiere above at 10:15am, Sunday, May 17, 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.

*Please note, there is no Children’s Coffee Hour this Sunday*

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AS MENTIONED IN THE ANNOUNCEMENTS (CLICK BELOW):

You are invited to an opportunity to talk with Rev. Jim this Sunday after our Worship Online. He will be addressing numerous topics about our life together as a community during this time, including when we might be able to gather again in person.

The Rector’s Roundtable
11:00am PST on Sunday, May 17
Meeting ID and Password will appear here before the session begins.
*Please note, there will be no children’s coffee hour this Sunday*
Rev. Jim will refer to Bishop Reddell’s message. Click here to view a written statement and watch the video below:

Introducing virtual Summer Music + Arts Camp! Click the image above to learn more.

Click below to make a donation in support of Saint Barnabas

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Watch Children’s Chapel

Online Resources (Click here)

Hearing Impaired? Click the “cc” icon on the bottom right corner of the video screen for Closed Captions. See the image below.

Please note that we will not by participating in Holy Communion. You can learn more about this in Rev. Jim’s update to the parish by clicking here.

A special thank you to everyone who helped create this service:

AV Team – Hank Parker, Dave McClintic, Alex Shivers and James Vincent.

Music directed by Michael Salazar, Robert Heyde

Trumpet by Emery Harvison

Music Editing by Devin Barad

Video produced by James Vincent

Animated Graphics by Amy DeCaussin

Priests: The Rev. Jim Clark (Rector/Senior Pastor) The Rev. Elizabeth Roles, The Rev. Robert Berra,  and The Venerable Sarah Getts (Parish Deacon & Archdeacon of Diocese of Arizona)

Bulletins – Faith Long

Welcome to the fifth Sunday of Easter at Saint Barnabas Online. The service will premiere above at 10:15am, Sunday, May 10, 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. Please note that we will not by participating in Holy Communion. You can learn more about this in Rev. Jim’s update to the parish by clicking here. You can also read along with the Book of Common Prayer online by clicking here. Scroll down for details mentioned in the announcements.

Online Resources (Click here)

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Virtual Coffee Hours 

Check the bulletin for information regarding coffee hours and other gatherings. Contact Kate Fimbres for questions.

Mental Health Task Force

Managing Anxiety in the Time of Global Trauma
Thursday, May 14 at 1pm PST | Online Webinar
Registration Required. Click here to learn more.

Stitchers Needed!

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Thank you Blood Drive Participants!

“Thank you to many of our Saint Barnabas saints who donated blood at our Blood Drive on May 6. You are amazing!

Thanks, also, to Vitalant (formerly United Blood Services) for providing an efficient, safe, professional and caring setting.

We hope to offer this opportunity to our Saint Barnabas family again in the future.

Big thanks and hugs to all!” -Deacon Susie Parker

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Introducing virtual Summer Music + Arts Camp! Click the image above to learn more.

Watch Children’s Chapel

CLICK BELOW TO LEARN MORE WAYS TO HELP IN THE AGE OF COVID-19.

Hearing Impaired? Click the “cc” icon on the bottom right corner of the video screen for Closed Captions. See the image below.

A special thank you to everyone who helped create this service:

AV Team – Hank Parker, Dave McClintic, Alex Shivers and James Vincent.

Music directed by Michael Salazar, Robert Heyde

Trumpet by Emery Harvison

Music Editing by Devin Barad

Video produced by James Vincent

Animated Graphics by Amy DeCaussin

Priests: The Rev. Jim Clark (Rector/Senior Pastor) The Rev. Elizabeth Roles, The Rev. Robert Berra,  and Rev. Susie Parker (Deacon)

Bulletins – Faith Long

Welcome to the fourth Sunday of Easter at Saint Barnabas Online. The service will premiere at 10:15am, Sunday, May 3, 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. Please note that we will not by participating in Holy Communion. You can learn more about this in Rev. Jim’s update to the parish by clicking here. You can also read along with the Book of Common Prayer online by clicking here.

Online Resources (Click here)

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AS MENTIONED IN THE ANNOUNCEMENTS (CLICK BELOW):

Mental Health Task Force

Managing Anxiety in the Time of Global Trauma
Thursday, May 14 at 1pm PST | Online Webinar
Registration Required. Click here to learn more.

Our Blood Drive appointment times are now full. Thank you to so much for the outpouring of generous love and support!

Thank you so much to our East Valley Men’s Sandwich Ministry for continuing to provide meals to the men in need.

Stitchers Needed!

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Watch Children’s Chapel

Virtual Coffee Hours 

Check the bulletin for information regarding coffee hours and other gatherings. Contact Kate Fimbres for questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK BELOW TO LEARN MORE WAYS TO HELP IN THE AGE OF COVID-19.

Hearing Impaired? Click the “cc” icon on the bottom right corner of the video screen for Closed Captions. See the image below.

A special thank you to everyone who helped create this service:

AV Team – Hank Parker, Dave McClintic, Alex Shivers and James Vincent.

Music directed by Michael Salazar, Robert Heyde

Trumpet by Emery Harvison

Music Editing by Devin Barad

Video produced by James Vincent

Animated Graphics by Amy DeCaussin

Priests: The Rev. Jim Clark (Rector/Senior Pastor) The Rev. Elizabeth Roles, The Rev. Robert Berra,  and Rev. Pam Bell (Deacon)

Bulletins – Faith Long

Welcome to the third Sunday of Easter at Saint Barnabas Online. The service will premiere at 10:15am, Sunday, April 26, 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. Please note that we will not by participating in Holy Communion. You can learn more about this in Rev. Jim’s update to the parish by clicking here. You can also read along with the Book of Common Prayer online by clicking here.

AS MENTIONED IN THE ANNOUNCEMENTS (CLICK BELOW):

Online Resources (Click here)

Are you new to Saint Barnabas? Welcome! We invite you to click here.

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Donate

Virtual Coffee Hours 

Check the bulletin for information regarding coffee hours and other gatherings. Contact Kate Fimbres for questions.

Blood Drive at Saint Barnabas, Wednesday, May 6. Click below to learn more.

Thank you:

Katie Vinger Assistant to the Rector
Ann HottDirector of Operations
Faith LongParish Secretary
Krys EstabrooksProgram and Facilities Administrator
Dee MantanoParish Bookkeeper

CLICK BELOW TO LEARN MORE WAYS TO HELP IN THE AGE OF COVID-19.

Watch Children’s Chapel

Hearing Impaired? Click the “cc” icon on the bottom right corner of the video screen for Closed Captions. See the image below.

A special thank you to everyone who helped create this service:

AV Team – Hank Parker, Dave McClintic, Alex Shivers and James Vincent.

Music directed by Michael Salazar, Robert Heyde

Trumpet by Emery Harvison

Video produced by Amy DeCaussin

Priests: The Rev. Jim Clark (Rector/Senior Pastor) The Rev. Elizabeth Roles, The Rev. Robert Berra,  and Rev. Tara Bartholomew (Deacon)

Bulletins – Faith Long

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