Soup of the Evening

     St. Barnabas invites you to join us for soup suppers on Wednesday evenings during Lent (March 8 through April 5).  Supper will be available beginning at 6:00 pm, but it’s OK to come later if traffic is slow.  Sharing a simple meal will help us know one other better.  More importantly, we will grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ. If you are looking for a church steeped in the Anglican tradition, we are happy to share in the centuries old heritage of “English Spirituality”.  After supper, we will gather around informal prayer for the sake of ourselves, our families and friends, and the sake of the world. We lift these prayers to a loving Lord and mediator who gave his life willingly for us.
     If you are interested learning more about the Christian faith, Lent is a wonderful time to explore. This is a time when we walk on a journey that recalls Jesus Christ’s same path to the cross, the passion and the resurrection miracle of Easter. If you are looking for hidden esoteric mysteries and arcane practices, you will be disappointed. If you are humbly seeking God and desire to grow in the mystical experience of a living Lord, you will not be disappointed.
     There are no secret antechambers or hidden passage ways in our simple space. Our entire footprint is laid out to encourage worship, prayer and genuine fellowship. Jesus Christ is our guide along with the faithful who have gone before us.  Even though we live in the age that promises interstellar travel and ever more complicated interplay of converging technologies, Lent is a time to slow our pace and focus our meditations.  Lent is also a time for reflection and penitence. Lent is particularly a time for Christians to come together in fellowship and good cheer. Join us at this time and you will be blessed.
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About Saint Barnabas Anglican Church of Seattle

Rooted in Scripture & Steeped in Anglican Tradition. A church that worships from the King James Version of the Bible and the 1928 American Book of Common Prayer. A diverse congregation committed to Jesus Christ.
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