We are a people of faith, a parish where all are welcomed, families abound, and fellowship is celebrated, a community which values outreach and education, a congregation where tradition and diversity are appreciated, a church which strives to love God and love our neighbors as ourselves. At St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, worship, liturgy, and fellowship bring us together as people of God.
- Over 3/4 of our members are married.
- Over 85% of our members have children. (More than half of these members have school age children.)
- A little more than half of our members are between the ages of 40 and 60.
- Over 95% of our members have attended college.
- Over 1/2 of St. Barnabas' members came to the Episcopal Church from other traditions, and more than half are former Roman Catholics.
- Over 60% have been members of St. Barnabas for less than 11 years.
We celebrate Holy Eucharist at three services on Sunday and two services during the week. Rite II of the Book of Common Prayer is used at our 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Sunday services. Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer is used at our 8:00 a.m. Sunday service. Our Thursday evening service is a Eucharist with healing prayers and anointing. This liturgy is adapted from liturgy of the Anglican Church in Ireland. We share a coffee hour following our Sunday morning services and an occasional parish breakfast between the services. During Advent and Lent and on other occasions gather for a parish supper between our Thursday evening Eucharist and our Adult Education program.