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Christmas Eve & Christmas Day Service Schedule

Christmas Schedule December 24, 2017 10:30 am   Festival of Lessons and Carols Christmas Eve 5:00 pm   Early Christmas Eve Mass 10:30 pm   Candle Light Mass December 25, 2017 10:00 am   Christmas Day Mass Please invite your family and friends … Continue reading

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God & Sinners Reconciled!

Do you feel that there must be something more to Christmas than colored lights and consumerism?  Are you repelled by the appeal, “This holiday season, treat yourself to a new car!”  Are you looking for something real to address the … Continue reading

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This day in history

We remember the brave men and women who sacrificed all on this day December 7, 1941. “This is not a drill” We remember an event and a world at war. We are grateful to all who responded to a call … Continue reading

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Who is God? Part 11 (Our Progress to Date)

We are inquiring whether the claims of Christianity are true, and particularly whether Christians have a reliable account of God. The first question was whether anything entitled to the title of God exists at all. Engaging in natural theology, we … Continue reading

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Advent Season

What Happens Between Thanksgiving and Christmas?  Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the popular culture tells us to buy things.  The Church, by contrast, tells us to look for God coming in human flesh to save us from sin, evil, and death.  … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Day Eucharist

Join us tomorrow morning (Nov. 23, 2017) at 9:00 a.m. for a Thanksgiving Day Eucharist (that’s a double thanksgiving). Our service will be with Word, music, and Sacrament. This is a wonderful way to start in worship, but still leaving … Continue reading

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Veterans Day – November 11, 2017

We acknowledge the countless sacrifices made by our veterans for the sake of this country. Bless you all. The members of St. Barnabas Anglican Church.  

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The Single/Double Procession of the Holy Spirit

For more than 1,000 years, the churches of the West and East have been united by their use of the Nicene Creed (more technically the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed), which was worked out at church councils at Nicaea and Constantinople in 325 … Continue reading

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All Saints Day Mass

This major festival of the church goes back to the 7th Century, when the ancient Roman Pantheon was re-dedicated as a church honoring the Virgin Mary and all Martyrs.  The original date was in May,  later moved to November 1.  … Continue reading

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Who is God? Part 10 (The Fall of Man)

Our dialogue with Anaiah, an educated Jew from the 500’s B.C., continues. St. Barnabas Blog:  You were going to tell me a story about how the world, created by a good God, came to be a place where sin, evil, … Continue reading

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