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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.

WHO IS GOD? Part 22 (The Ten Commandments continued)

In our researches with Anaiah, we got as far as the encounter between the Israelites and God at the holy mountain where Moses was given tablets inscribed with what we now call the Ten Commandments. The suggestion was made that … Continue reading

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Have you seen Dulcinea?

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Praise God, Who Loves Us!

This last week we had a special service of celebration for our sister Winifred, who has recovered from a grave illness. The service included songs of joy and praise to God, who makes all things new. It was a reminder … Continue reading

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Construction Activity & Spiritual Services Announcement

Beginning February 1 the street in front of the church 155th St. N. will be closed to through traffic. St. Barnabas has been promised by Sound Transit that we will still have continuous and uninterrupted access to the church. For … Continue reading

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WHO IS GOD? Part 21 (The Bible)

WHO IS GOD? Part 21 (The Bible) In the previous entry in this series, the suggestion was made that parts of the Old Testament, such as the story of Noah’s Flood, appear to include legendary material, that is, material different … Continue reading

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Epiphany Tide

Happy Epiphany Season! Epiphany is a season that celebrates the revelation of Jesus’ divine nature to the world, through the visit of the Magi (the main subject of the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6), Jesus’ baptism, and his … Continue reading

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Who Is God? Part 20 (Series Resumed)

Who Is God? Part 20 (Series Resumed) Some time ago, this site began a series entitled “Who Is God” that undertook to explain what Christians believe about the creator and ruler of the universe. Earlier entries in this series can … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Resolution

The beginning of the New Year is a good time to resolve to do things that you have been putting off, things you know you should be doing. Here’s a good one: Go to church! There is a loving God, … Continue reading

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Lessons & Carols – Today!

In recognition of the 12 Days of Christmas, we observe a Festival of Lessons & Carols. Today at 3:00pm we will sing 11 carols and read 9 lessons. Special music as well will accompany this beautiful service. Join us for … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & Christmas Tide 2019

Come Worship the Newborn King! Christmas Worship Times Christmas Eve Dec. 24 5:00 pm – Candlelight Service 10:30 pm – Candlelight Service Christmas Day 10:00 am – Eucharist Lessons and Carols (During the 12 days of Christmas) Saturday – December … Continue reading

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