Welcome to St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

We are a traditional Anglo-Catholic parish within the Episcopal Church in America. Our central focus is our liturgy which is steeped in the uniqueness and richness of the Anglican tradition to worship the one true God.

 

We continually strive to deepen our relationship with the Risen Jesus Christ as our Lord and Master in all that we do. Strengthened by the Holy Spirit, we attempt to live out the Gospel and heed the call to Evangelism, Christian Education and Outreach. We seek to serve Christ in all persons with love, compassion and understanding to bring about healing, hope and the glorious vision of life eternal in Him who made us.
 


Hymn Festival

Hymn Festival

The Music Ministry of Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church will hold a Hymn Festival on Sunday, June 5th at 4:00 pm in the sanctuary. Don Dicie of Franklin will serve as the guest organist. The program will consist of anthems by the Saint Barnabas choir, congregational hymn singing, and organ pieces played by Mr. Dicie on the newly enlarged Casavant Frères pipe organ. The congregation of Saint Barnabas invites everyone to attend this program of inspirational anthems, stirring hymn singing and the organ virtuosity of Don Dicie.

Evans Baird

After the program, a reception honoring Evans Baird who is retiring after 20 years as Director of Music at St. Barnabas’ will be held in the Parish Hall. All those members in the community who were past students or choir members under Mr. Baird’s direction are especially invited to attend.


What We Believe

We believe in one God in Three Persons: God the Father, Creator of all things, God the Son, who is the Way, the Truth and the Life and God the Holy Spirit who moves in and through the Church to inspire, strengthen and guide us continually. We believe all things necessary to salvation can be found in the Holy Scriptures and we are fortified through the Holy Sacraments. We proclaim our faith through the most ancient of Creeds, the Nicene Creed. We affirm the sacredness and dignity of all life.