GATHER
TOGETHER

SUNDAYS AT 10 AM

GATHER TOGETHER

SUNDAYS AT 10 AM

WELCOME

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COMING UP AT ST. BARNABAS

Sunday, July 21 10AM

The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost
Father Justin - preacher and celebrant

Tuesday, July 23, 5:30PM

Pacific House

COMING UP AT ST. BARNABAS

Sunday, July 21, 10AM

The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost
Father Justin - preacher and celebrant

Tuesday, July 23, 5:30PM

Pacific House

What I love about St. Barnabas!

I love the sense of peace and homecoming that I always find at St. Barnabas - a feeling of true sanctuary. But even more important is the way our community embodies family and belonging. What I love best is our mutual determination to be our best for one another.

- Sarah Bleasdale

When we moved here a year and half ago, we knew we wanted to find an Episcopal church and we tried several in the area and we kept coming back to St. Barnabas because it is just so full of spirit and the worship is fantastic.  There's a great rector and a lot of activity going on.  So, we're hooked!

- Cleve Callison

When I was asked what I loved about Saint Barnabas, I thought,  “Well that’s easy.”  The music, the people, the liturgy, the music, the sermons, the pastoral leadership, the feeling of family, the music, and the list goes on!

- Pam Bye

We love the community of St. Barnabas. We have made new friends and deepened existing friendships. Justin's weekly sermons center and uplift us. And we leave each Sunday feeling hopeful. We feel so blessed to be part of such a wonderful and welcoming place.

- Sally and Kirk Bedell

We love coming to St. Barnabas because the people in the church make us feel welcome and included as a part of the community. The music is beautiful, and the sermons are engaging, relevant, and full of encouragement.

- Brett and Elizabeth Wheeler

What I love about St. Barnabas!

I love the sense of peace and homecoming that I always find at St. Barnabas - a feeling of true sanctuary. But even more important is the way our community embodies family and belonging. What I love best is our mutual determination to be our best for one another.

- Sarah Bleasdale

When we moved here a year and half ago, we knew we wanted to find an Episcopal church and we tried several in the area and we kept coming back to St. Barnabas because it is just so full of spirit and the worship is fantastic.  There's a great rector and a lot of activity going on.  So, we're hooked!

- Cleve Callison

When I was asked what I loved about Saint Barnabas, I thought,  “Well that’s easy.”  The music, the people, the liturgy, the music, the sermons, the pastoral leadership, the feeling of family, the music, and the list goes on!

- Pam Bye

We love the community of St. Barnabas. We have made new friends and deepened existing friendships. Justin's weekly sermons center and uplift us. And we leave each Sunday feeling hopeful. We feel so blessed to be part of such a wonderful and welcoming place.

- Sally and Kirk Bedell

We love coming to St. Barnabas because the people in the church make us feel welcome and included as a part of the community. The music is beautiful, and the sermons are engaging, relevant, and full of encouragement.

- Brett and Elizabeth Wheeler

LATEST SERMON

Faith and Our Destiny
Sunday, July 14, 2024
Father Justin

Father Justin continues his summer exploration of faith by taking a closer look at the poem with which St. Paul opens his letter to the Ephesians. To have faith, according to Paul, means to trust in God’s ability to take care of us, to rest in the assurance that our destiny is secure because God is endlessly determined in Christ to make it so. This faith, once discovered, marks our hearts forever—a truth which Father Justin illustrates with a moving story.