Monthly Archives: January 2011
Please submit your family recipes for the St. Barnabas Cookbook. You may do this by completing the paper form on the table in the Welcoming area, or via the interactive form here. The third option is to just copy your … Continue reading
The Profile is born! This week we give thanks to the members of the Profile Committee who have worked tirelessly to present the face of St Barnabas to the world. Attached is a PDF file with the Survey Results. Attached … Continue reading
St. Barnabas is currently redesigning our church website. If you have updates on our ministries or photos to provide, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be assured that we are in good hands while Mother Sheelagh is recuperating. Father Greg Bezilla will celebrate at both services on January 16th and January 23rd. Deacon Cathy is on call for pastoral emergencies, with back-up from area … Continue reading
If you missed Peanut Butter Sunday, it’s not too late! Bring your jar(s) this coming Sunday and they will be added with the rest to donate to the food pantry. Also coming up is Souper Bowl Sunday on February 6th; … Continue reading
The Annual Meeting of the Parish is scheduled for Sunday, January 23rd, after the second service. Please sign up on the bulletin board in Hubbard Hall to bring bread, salads, soups, sodas, juices or desserts. (Bring these items to Hubbard … Continue reading
Dear St. Barnabas Family: Please see a request from Stephanie, shown below, regarding a wish list for a client preparing to leave the shelter on January 18th. If you have any items please respond to Stephanie via email or phone. … Continue reading
Our first client of 2011 from Women Aware (not a resettlement yet…still at the Shelter) is in need of the following items. For Baby Girl: Clothing: 1 year, and up to 18 months Bouncer/bouncing seat Walker Baby bather Diapers (12 mo. size … Continue reading
The Pageant “Follow the Star,” celebrating the arrival of the Magi, was wonderful and we are profoundly grateful to Samantha Romine who directed and produced it again and to the youth and children who participated. It is always a joy … Continue reading
The hats, mittens and scarves that decorated the tree have been delivered to needy families at Women Aware and Resource Center of Somerset who were very grateful for our gifts. Thanks everyone who made or gave so generously.