Two services now offered on Sunday’s. The first is at 8:00 am, a “said” service without music accompaniment. The second service begins at 10:30am with organ and piano accompaniment. Pre-service hymns are played from approximately 10:15 until 10:30. These hymns serve as a “call” to worship.
The first Sunday of the month begins with the Decalogue and continues to the Eucharist service. The remaining Sundays of the month begin with a Matins service at our 10:30am worship, directly leading into the Mass. These new service times begin on Sunday April 19th 2015.
We look forward to seeing you in Easter tide…
Tomorrow, Sunday April 12th, we will have a single service at 9:00 am. We are honored to host a guest preacher and teacher, The Rev’d. Canon Daryl Fenton. He is the current Executive Director of Churches Ministry Among Jewish People. Follow the link to learn more: CMJ-USA.org
On Sunday April 19th, we sill return to our usual worship schedule: Quiet service with Eucharist at 8:00am and Matins service with Eucharist and music at 10:30 am.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see this special guest.
Holy Week Schedule April 2015
March 29th to April 5th
Palm Sunday (3/29) 8:00 am & 10:30 am– Liturgy of the Palms
Maundy Thursday (4/2) 7:00 pm Holy Communion
Vigil at the Altar of repose 9:00 pm Thursday to Noon Good Friday
Stations of the Cross (4/3) Noon & 7:00pm Good Friday April 3rd
Easter Eve (4/4) 7:00 pm Celebration of New light & Eucharist (Saturday)
Easter Sunday (4/5) 9:00 am Sunday April 5th
Join us in Lent for Soup, Praise, and Prayer. Wednesdays in Lent, starting February 25th at 6:00pm until March 25th at 6:00 pm.
Dear People of God: The first Christians observed with great
devotion the days of our Lord’s passion and resurrection, and
it became the custom of the Church to prepare for them by a season of penitence and fasting. This season of Lent provided
a time in which converts to the faith were prepared for Holy
Baptism. It was also a time when those who, because of
notorious sins, had been separated from the body of the faithful
were reconciled by penitence and forgiveness, and restored to
the fellowship of the Church. Thereby, the whole congregation
was put in mind of the message of pardon and absolution set
forth in the Gospel of our Savior, and of the need which all
Christians continually have to renew their repentance and faith.
I invite you, therefore, in the name of the Church, to the
observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance;
by prayer, fasting, and self-denial; and by reading and
meditating on God’s holy Word. And, to make a right beginning
of repentance, and as a mark of our mortal nature, let us now
kneel before the Lord, our maker and redeemer.
Mark the beginning of Lent by attending an Wednesday service. On Wednesday February 18 we will observe the start of Lent with a penitential office, the imposition of ashes, and a Eucharist. Two services during the day will give you an opportunity to observe this day of solemn introspection. At 10:00 am our service will be spoken without music. At 7:00pm the same solemn liturgies will also include musical accompaniment on organ and piano.
Blessings all with a Holy Lent – Fr. Harley+
On the feast day of the Conversion of St. Paul The Apostle, St. Barnabas will celebrate a single combined service at 10:30 am. January 25, 2015.
Collect: O God, who through the preaching of the blessed Apostle Saint Paul, hast caused the light of the Gospel to shine throughout the world: grant, we beseech thee; that we, having his wonderful conversion in remembrance, may shew forth our thankfulness unto thee for the same, by following the holy doctrine which he taught. Through Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior.
Just as in the worship service – it isn’t over until it’s over, so is a sporting event. Don’t head for the parking lot until the final blessings and last hymn:
Thanks to all the 12’s who backed their team to the final “sudden victory” play!
The Sunday, 12’s are invited to attend St. Barnabas Anglican church 8:00am service. The early service is ideal for the 12’s fan. This brief service allows for early worship with time to view the game after the service. Pray before the game and still have time to support the Hawks.
Congratulations SeaHawks – Go Hawks!
The NFC West champion and No. 1-seeded Seahawks host the NFC South champion and No. 4-seeded Carolina Panthers (8-8-1) for a divisional-round playoff game on Jan. 10 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. (to learn more: http://www.seahawks.com/news/articles/article-1/Where-to-watch-listen–follow-the-Seahawks-divisional-playoff-vs-Carolina-Panthers/a0927140-5ae9-467b-887d-1b22f1297e74 )
Go Hawks, with prayers and blessings!