Saint Barnabas by-the-Bay Church

Where all are welcome


Saint Barnabas by-the-Bay is a church family where 

... you can meet God in a genuine and personal way
... you can discover God's purpose for you and your life
... you are loved and accepted and welcomed
... you will make friendships that will last a lifetime
... you will be presented inspiring, encouraging, and useful sermons
... you will hear holy and joyful music
... you are more important than your money
... you are family

Sharing the Good News of Jesus with all in our community so that all may be united with God and one another is the heart of the mission of Saint Barnabas by-the-Bay Church. We welcome everyone, and open our church doors and our hearts as well to all. Great emphasis is placed on liturgy which is holy, prayerful, grace-filled, uplifting, and renewing. We hope that you will experience the presence of the living God when you worship with us at Saint Barnabas.

+ Mother Lisa

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Sunday Worship
8 AM – Holy Eucharist, Rite 1 – a quiet, contemplative service
9 AM to 10 AM – Coffee hour and fellowship
9:15 AM  – Adult Education Forum
10 AM – Sunday School – a time for our youngest to hear the Word of God, sing songs, and pray together.
              The children join the congregation at the passing of the peace.
10 AM – Holy Eucharist, Rite 2 – making a joyful noise with music and song
               Fellowship following 10 AM Holy Eucharist

Thursday Worship 
10 AM – Holy Eucharist (or Morning Prayer) with the Laying On of Hands for Healing

Holy Days and Special Days and Occasions
Service times will be announced.

Holy Baptism
When this sacrament is administered, Holy Baptism is celebrated with our church family during the main Eucharist at 10 AM on Sundays. 

For Those Who Are Homebound
We gladly visit parishioners unable to join us for worship. Please contact the church office so that we may schedule visits.

For Those Who Are Hospitalized
A Federal Privacy Act (HIPPA) prohibits hospitals from notifying non-family members including clergy about patients. If you know of any Saint Barnabas parishioners who are hospitalized or if you know that you will be in the hospital, please contact the church office so that visits can be scheduled.