Christmas at St. Barnabas

Find calm amid the chaos
of the holiday season with us.

The holidays can be challenging, but we’re holding space for you to pause and celebrate the good with us—just as you are—in these hectic times. 

Sing your favorite Christmas carols among friends, enjoy the heartwarming tradition of our children’s Christmas pageant, or let beautiful music refresh your spirit.  

Whether you join us in-person or worship with us online, there is a place for you here. We hope you’ll join us. 

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Christmas Lessons & Carols
Sunday, December 19
4 p.m.

Celebrate the birth of Jesus at this family-friendly service of beautiful Christmas music and Bible readings that tell the story of the first Christmas. Enjoy music offerings from our adult, children’s and handbell choirs in person or online via our livestream.

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Christmas Eve - Holy Eucharist Service with Children's Pageant
Friday, December 24
4 p.m.

Children, including visitors, are invited to participate in our beloved children’s Christmas pageant that tells the story of the birth of Jesus. Hear beautiful Christmas music from our handbell and youth choirs. You are welcome to join us in-person or worship from home via our livestream.

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Christmas Carol Sing before 10:30 p.m. Service
Friday, December 24
10 p.m.

Sing some of your favorite Christmas songs as our choir leads a carol singalong before the 10:30 service. 

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Christmas Eve - Festive Holy Eucharist Service with Choral Music
Friday, December 24
10:30 p.m.

Following the 10 p.m. Carol Sing, welcome the birth of Jesus in this beautiful candlelight service, featuring beloved Christmas music from our choir. Join us in-person or worship from home online via our livestream.

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Safe Gathering Guidance

We strive to ensure St. Barnabas remains a safe place that’s welcoming to all people. To that end, we are closely monitoring the number of cases and spread of Covid-19 in our area.

 

Since the spread of cases in Hamilton and surrounding counties is still considered high, we ask that everyone demonstrate Christian love and care for the safety of all members of the community by wearing a mask when gathering inside the church building.