Vibrant life in gathering together.
Worship is at the heart of who we are at Saint Barnabas. Episcopalians say that if you want to understand what we’re all about, come worship with us. For all who gather here, we want to provide a meaningful worship experience and a connection point with God and with themselves.
Come worship with us.
All are invited to worship with us every Sunday at Saint Barnabas. Due to current circumstances, our services have changed. We now offer small group sign-ups for worship as well as an online service. We offer several distinct worship options:
For those seeking grand Anglican and classical music, contemporary language, a welcoming experience for children, and a more vibrant worship experience. Streamed live every Sunday. Sign up to attend here. Reservation is required for in-person attendance.
For children ages 3-11. This service includes music, movement, prayers, and a gospel story in age-appropriate language. Children’s Chapel is back in-person, please click here to sign up for our main worship service to be included.
Due to current circumstances, Toddler Time has been temporarily suspended. For ages 18 months-3 years. This service involves songs and music, and is more exploratory to meet the developmental needs of this age group. Runs concurrently with the first half of the 10:15/10:21 services. Parents welcome but not required. Takes place in the Children’s Center.
Get answers to questions about weekend worship services.
By water and the Holy Spirit
There are many ministries that work together to make worship happen each week. As our Senior Pastor, Jim Clark, likes to say, “It’s the greatest show put on every week without a rehearsal!” We will be happy to train you so you can quickly try out service opportunities with different ministries; you aren’t locked in for life!
We invite you to try various things until you find how God is calling you to serve. You can learn more through our Worship Ministries page.
If you have any questions about our worship services, please contact The Rev. Robert Berra.