Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Feast Day Remembered

On Wednesday, June 1, the Church calendar bids us remember Justin of Neapolis.  He was born around 100 A.D. and trained as a philosopher.  He came to believe that only partial knowledge could be found in the works of Plato … Continue reading

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In loving memory…

Honoring our fallen veterans and the sacrifices they made to keep us free: During our Sunday service we were honored to host Girl Scout troop 43866 as they presented the flag in special recognition of Memorial Day weekend: May we … Continue reading

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Trinity Time

It is said that when Thomas à Becket (1118–70) was consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury, his first act was to establish a festival in honor of the Holy Trinity on the Sunday following Pentecost. This observance spread from Canterbury throughout the … Continue reading

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Pentecost Sunday

We celebrate the birthday of the church on Pentec0st Sunday. This day is also recognized as the end of the Great 50 days from the resurrection to the sending of God’s comforter, The Holy Ghost. Tongues of fire, languages in … Continue reading

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Happy Mothers Day!

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National Day of Prayer – May 5, 2016

Go to the web page to find special events throughout the area: http://www.nationaldayofprayer.org/ Saint Barnabas will be open for prayer from 9:00am to 4:00pm with special services recognizing Ascension Day at Noon and 7:00pm. so that at the name of … Continue reading

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Ascension Day Worship

Ascension Day Services: Thursday May 5th – Noon & 7:00pm Photo credit: Waiting For The Word via Foter.com / CC BY

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