Each year, the Altar Guild decorates the church with seasonal floral arrangements for Easter.
Any donation toward the purchase of these flowers is greatly appreciated.
*Envelopes are on the table in the Welcoming Area.
Donations will be recorded on your giving statement. Suggesteddonation: $20
Stephanie currently has an ample supply of milk/juice cartons for the altar flowers. She expresses her thanks to all who have provided them.
When supplies run low she will put a notice in the eNews again.
Please do not bring in anymore milk/juice cartons!
St. B's Family Tree
Easter is a time for family photos.
Send one in directly from your phone.
Don't be excluded!
Send your pictures to Maryellen at
email@example.com or bring one in and the original will be returned to you
Please sign up in Hubbard Hall to help
If you know of anyone who is sick, home bound or in the hospital please notify Chizoba or William Straughn in order for a visit to be arranged with them.
Please consider supporting St. Barnabas' ongoing fundraiser by purchasing Shop Rite or Stop & Shop gift cards for your groceries.
Cards are purchased by you at face value while St. Barnabas' earns 5%.
Purchase your cards after the 8:30 service and before the 10:30 service on the 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month or during office hours.
Please sign up in Hubbard Hall
The Bishop's Corner
From the Bishop March 11, 2020
Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Dear People of the Diocese of New Jersey, What now?Following Paul’s guidance takes real work and faith in the midst of the ever-growing Coronavirus pandemic. I suspect we all feel threatened at some level. The COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) is disrupting every aspect of our lives right now. We’ve postponed Diocesan Convention and the Spring Meeting of the House of Bishops was turned into a “virtual meeting” using Zoom technology. Susan and I were supposed to have our 15-year-old granddaughter Emily visit us from Florida this week. We put that off as well. I am sure many of you are experiencing similar disruptions. So how can we not worry?