Worship Ministry

St. Barnabas is committed to worship as a ministry and a lifestyle. St. Barnabas reflects a traditional flavor with a friendly manner. Be involved on Sunday morning worship in many ways, including as an usher, reader, altar guild member, Eucharistic Minister, and more.

Music is in the DNA of St. Barnabas! We have a top-drawer music staff that oversees adult and youth choirs, bell choir, chimes choir, as well as special performances throughout the year.

Contact :



Ministry Council Leader


Read more about Music at St. Barnabas

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Anyone 5th Grade and older is welcome to serve as an acolyte. Training is provided for those new to this ministry.

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Altar Guild

The Altar Guild prepares the sanctuary for church services. This group is responsible for setting up the altar for Holy Communion and cleaning the vessels and linens afterward.

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Intercessors stand near the pulpit during Communion to offer intercessory prayers. The prayer requests may be for the person coming forward or for others.

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Altar Bread Bakers

Volunteers have baked bread for Holy Communion since the very beginning of St. Barnabas. For consistency, the recipe is available with instructions.

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This group records the offering and deposits it at the bank.

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Be part of a Sunday morning service by reading one of the lessons.

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Altar Flowers

Donate an arrangement of altar flowers ($50) on a Sunday in celebration of a special occasion, in memory of a loved one, or in thanksgiving.

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Eucharist Ministers

Eucharist Ministers assist on the altar with prayers and administer Holy Communion to the congregation.

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Ushers greet people as on Sunday mornings, pass out bulletins, and answer questions. They help collect offering and bring the offerings Holy Communion elements to the altar.