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Sunday ServiceMidweek ServiceMorning PrayerContemplative Prayer
Celebración EucaristicaSacred Prayer Circle

The heart of St. Barnabas is our worship; reaching out to the surrounding neighbourhood is an extension of our worship and our response to the love of God. Our worship is inclusive, open to simplicity and creativity, and embraces the alternative, emerging and traditional. We strive to create a place of acceptance where all people feel welcome.

Sunday 10 am: Sunday Service with Holy Eucharist

In our Sunday service we worship our Creator through music, prayers, the Word, children’s lesson and the sermon. We share the love of Christ with one another and through the Eucharist. We use the Book of Alternative Services along with contemporary, supplementary material. Music is an integral part of our worship at St. Barnabas and is chosen to reinforce the lessons from the scriptures. Parishioners are involved in our service as greeters, readers, intercessors and servers.
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Wednesday 11:00 am: Mid-week Service and Fellowship

Our mid-week service includes reading of scripture, prayer, discussion, and reflection followed by the celebration of the Eucharist. Afterward, we share lunch and enjoy fellowship in our community room.
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Last Sunday of each month 3 pm: Celebración Eucaristica

Celebración en español ¡bienvenida-os toda-os que desean compartir! Service in Spanish – everyone welcome to join in! The Eucharist service held in Spanish for our Spanish speaking friends and neighbours followed by a meal and time of fellowship in the hall.
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Wednesday – Friday 9 am: Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer, along with Evening Prayer, is one of the two main Daily Offices in the Anglican Church. We incorporate readings from the prayer book, psalms, and scripture. Come and share in a short service of the Word and prayer before going about your day.
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Thursday 6:15 – 6:45 pm Contemplative Prayer

Contemplative Prayer is a method of prayer in which we rest silently in the presence of God. This is a time of gentle, silent prayer of opening our hearts and minds to our Creator.
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 Last Thursday of each month 12 – 1 pm Sacred Prayer Circle

The sacred circle, guided by Cree Elder and Medicine Wheel Teacher, Vivian Seegers, (Masters of Divinity from Vancouver School of Theology), is a beautiful weaving together of Aboriginal tradition and Christian prayer, embracing aspects of both, honouring all people and all of Creation, being thankful for it’s bountiful gifts, and praising it’s Maker.
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Weddings, Memorial Services, Baptisms, Confirmations

The historic, quaint interior of St. Barnabas provides a beautiful setting for weddings, memorial services, baptisms, and confirmations. We are pleased to discuss the possibility of providing these sacraments of the church for you.

St. Barnabas is one of a handful of Anglican churches in the diocese authorized to perform same-sex blessings.