Sermon series on ‘How to Survive a Time of Testing’
Sunday 7th: 10.30 am Morning Worship ‘Fear no Evil’ Psalm 23.1-6
Sunday 14th: 10.30 am Family Communion ‘Suffering produces perseverance’ Romans 5.1-10
Sunday 21st: 10.30 am Morning Worship ‘Fix your eyes on Jesus’ Matthew 14.22-33
Sunday 28th: 10.30 am Family Communion ‘Do not be anxious’ Philippians 4.4-9
St Barnabas is opening again for public worship from Sunday 28th March. Our service will be at 10.30 am. Social distancing measures are still in place and face masks must be worn. Contact details will be taken for track and trace purposes.
Sermon series on ‘How to survive a time of testing’
Sunday 3rd 10.30 am Morning Worship
Wednesday 6th 9 am Holy Communion: Epiphany Matthew 2.1-12
Sunday 10th 10.30 am Family Communion: Suffering Rightly Job 1.6-22
Wednesday 13th 7.30 pm Taize (on Zoom)
Sunday 17th 10.30 am Morning Worship: ‘Like clay in the hand of the potter ..’ Jeremiah 18.1-12
Wednesday 20th 9 am Holy Communion: ‘Like clay in the hand of the potter ..’ Jeremiah 18.1-12
Sunday 24th 10.30 am Family Communion: ‘To live is Christ, to die is gain’ Philippians 1.12-26
Sunday 31st 10.30 am Family Communion with guest speaker Rev’d Alan Griggs
All services are in church except Taize
Sunday 6th 10.30 am Morning Worship
Wednesday 9th Taize via Zoom
Sunday 13th 6.30 pm Carols by Candlelight (no morning service)
Wednesday 16th 9 am Holy Communion
Sunday 20th 6.30 pm Carols by Candlelight (no morning service)
Wednesday 23rd 4 pm Christingle & Carols
Christmas Day 10.30 am All Age Celebration & Informal Communion
Sunday 27th 10.30 am Family Communion
We will be having our Christmas services in church. Due to social distancing, there will be a limited capacity of up to 50 people per service. Therefore if you would like to attend any of our Christmas services, you must pre-book. To do this, click on each service in ‘Upcoming Events’ which you would like to come to. Seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Face masks must be worn to all the services and temperatures will be checked upon arrival.
We are now open once again for public worship services. Our main service is on Sunday mornings at 10.30 am when there is also Sunday Club for children. On alternate Wednesday mornings at 9 am there is a formal Holy Communion service. Face masks must be worn to all services. Social distancing measures are in place and sadly we still cannot sing or enjoy tea or coffee together.
Due to coronavirus restrictions, St Barnabas Church has had to close once again. When we are able to re-open, there will be a notice on the website. We are holding Zoom services each Sunday morning at 10.30 am. If you would like to join us for these, please email us.
Sermon Series on ‘Growing in Christian Character’
Sunday 1st: 10.30 am Morning Worship: Self-discipline 2 Timothy 1.6-14
4 pm Zoom service and Agape: Self-discipline 2 Timothy 1.6-16
Wednesday 4th: 9 am Holy Communion: Self-discipline 2 Timothy 1.6-16
Sunday 8th: 10.30 am Family Communion (Remembrance Sunday): Peace John 14.15-27
Wednesday 11th: 7.30 pm Taize
Sunday 15th: 10.30 am Morning Worship: Wisdom 1 Corinthians 1.18-25
Wednesday 18th: 9 am Holy Communion: Wisdom 1 Corinthians 1.18-25
Sunday 22nd: 10.30 am Family Communion with guest speaker Rev’d Alan Griggs
Sunday 29th: 10.30 am Family Communion: Advent Sunday Luke 12.35-46
At the moment, due to coronavirus restrictions, we can only have one service per day in church. Our main service is held each Sunday at 10.30 am; our formal Holy Communion service is held on alternate Wednesdays. Children are very welcome to come to church on Sundays and there is a Sunday Club for them. Taize is happening on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7.30 pm. We are currently not holding other groups or events at St Barnabas but when things change, we will put details on the website in this section of latest news or in the events section.