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Grounding for Your Spiritual Strategic Plan
Saturday, May 18
St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church,
4801 Ravensworth Road Annandale, VA 22003
9:30 AM-3 PM
Led by Suzanne Farnham,
author of Listening Hearts—Discerning Call in Community
Celebrating 50 Years of Faith and Service!
We are a worshiping community.
We believe that regular worship, hearing Holy Scripture, and celebrating Holy Communion are the foundations of our faith and spiritual growth.
We are a learning community.
We offer Christian education for all. Young children learn through parables and sacred stories in Godly Play. Older children and teens embark on the Journey to Adulthood, a youth program for spiritual formation. Adults attend the Sunday Forum, where we share lively presentations and discussions on spiritual issues and current events.
We are a giving community.
St. Barnabas’ has many outreach programs targeting needs in our own community and around the world. We give generously of our time, talents, and resources, contributing thousands of volunteer hours with open hands and open hearts.
We are a diverse community of faith.
Our church community is inclusive and welcoming to all. We invite you to experience with us the love and caring of the community that is St. Barnabas’.
Sunday: 8:00 am Holy Eucharist
9:15 am Christian Formation for all ages
10:15 am Holy Eucharist; Children's Chapel
Wednesday: 10:00 am Holy Eucharist followed by Bible Study
St. Barnabas' is a handicap-accessible facility.
The Rev. Linda Wofford Hawkins, Rector
Caleb Tabor, Seminarian
David K. Snyder, Minister of Music
Barbara Rosenbaum, Parish Administrator
more »News & Sermons
- Schedule - June 2013
- Calendar - June 2013
- The Reporter - June 2013
- Prayers & Announcements, May 19, 2013
- Stop Hunger Now - Thank you - May 2013
- Sermon for Easter 4, April 21, 2013, preached by the Rev. Linda Wofford Hawkins
- Sabbatical Reporter - April 2013
- Altar Flowers 2013
- Godly Play - Call for Teachers
- Sermon for Easter 6, May 13, 2012, preached by the Rev. Linda Wofford Hawkins