Worship at St. Barnabas
Worship is at the heart of our community.
At St. Barnabas, we practice cherished traditions with a welcoming, inclusive and prayerful spirit.
We share the Good News in liturgically and musically diverse ways as we move through the cycles of the liturgical year.
Whoever you are, and wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
Join us for worship in-person or online.
Masks are optional, though welcome, for in-person worship services.
Learn about other ways we demonstrate Christian care in our Safe Gathering Guidance.
Holy Eucharist Rite II - Spoken Word Only
Choral Holy Eucharist Rite II
Families with children are welcome in our services.
During the 10 a.m. service, children Pre-K through Grade 6 may also attend Church School or visit our nursery.
Need hearing assistance?
An app is available to help those with trouble hearing the spoken word during services. It works with or without hearing aids. (Hearing aids must be Bluetooth compatible.)
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Wherever you are in the world, we welcome you to join us to worship online. We regularly stream our Sunday morning worship service beginning
each Sunday around 9:45 a.m. Eastern Time.
Click the play button below to watch the livestream at the scheduled time.
Recent Worship Services
You can view a selection of our previous services on YouTube.
If you have questions about recent services, please contact us.
Worship & Music Ministries
St. Barnabas is committed to worship as a ministry and a lifestyle.
St. Barnabas reflects a traditional flavor with a friendly manner. There are many ways to be involved in Sunday morning worship at our church.
Music is in the DNA of St. Barnabas! We have excellent music staff that leads adult and youth choirs, a handbell choir, and special events throughout the year.
Special Liturgical Sundays
Lessons and Carols, an Advent service for the community, has grown enormously with support from the congregation and others who are appreciative of the message and the music of the season.
Palm Sunday, Holy Week, Stations of the Cross, and Easter celebrations are highlights of the Lenten and Easter season. Dramatic readings, kite-flying, palm waving, and interpretive dance are some of the aspects that express the diversity of liturgical components that we incorporate throughout the year.