Sunday, February 3
Guest preacher – Pat Ducher-Walls
Annual Vestry Meeting and Pot Luck after the service
~ please join us ~
~ please join us ~
The Sacred Singing Circle is a gathering open to all people. It will be a chance to connect with our deepest selves, with our circles of community, and with the Divine who has no name.
We will sing, hold silence, break bread and share prayers. Leaders of the circle are: Emilie Smith, parish priest of St. Barnabas, and recently returned from a Music That Makes Community intensive workshop (musicthatmakescommunity.org/) and Patti Powell, renowned community choir director. (pattipowellchoirs.com). Her choirs are members of the Ubuntu network: (ubuntuchoirs.net)
Our first circle is set for Sunday, January 27th, 1 — 3pm. We hope you can help us share the news.
Emilie and the St. Barnabas community
Can you imagine? Can you help us imagine?
St. Barnabas parishioners are invited to a special gathering on
Sunday, November 18th ~
11:15am to noon, pot-luck luncheon,
noon to 1:00pm discussion – the future ministries on this corner of God’s creation.
This Sunday we celebrate around the world, and at St. Barnabas Anglican Church. San Romero Vive! St. Romero, it was the people who made you a saint. Celebration service: 10 am, St. Barnabas, 1010 Fifth Avenue, New Westminster.
Join us Sunday, August 5th, 10:00am, to hear Steve Heinricks, director of Indigenous-Settler Relations for the Mennonite Church of Canada, preach at St. Barnabas.
Do you want to sing? Join us for our Summer Singing Circle, every Sunday in July and August from 9:15 to 9:45 am, just before our Sunday service. All are welcome. No experience necessary.
Join us on Sunday, May 6 when our bishop, Melissa Skelton, will visit the parish. The service will begin at 10:00am. To learn more about the bishop, and to read some of her sermons, click here.