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Stewardship

 

 

 

Our theme One Together centers on the opening words from our Holy Baptism liturgy:
There is one Body and one Spirit;
There is one hope in God’s call to us;
One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism;
One God and Father of all. 
(Book of Common Prayer p. 299)

 Giving: There are a number of ways to keep up with your pledge and/or make a designated offering (Rector’s Discretionary Fund, etc.)

 • Mail your contribution to the church (mail is checked regularly)

 • Ask your financial institution to mail a check (please include in the memo how the check is to be attributed)

 • Give through the parish website, www.st-barnabaschurch.org: click on the Giving tab near the top of the home page, and look for “To make a contribution.”

For more details or assistance please call and leave a message at 703-941-2922 or email the Parish Office at stbarnabaschurch@outlook.com.

 

 

Shop Amazon, Support St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church

If you are planning to order from Amazon, without any change in your purchase price, you can benefit Saint Barnabas' Episcopal Church. The program is called Amazon Smile, and it automatically will send a portion of your purchase price to the registered non-profit of your choice--in this case, Saint Barnabas'.  When you are ready to place an order, click on the Amazon icon above which will take you directly to Amazon.  (You also can access the program through the icon on this website's home page.)  Sign in using your regular username and password. Place your order as usual; your purchase will be registered automatically to benefit the mission and ministry of our parish.

Emergency Assistance

Funds for assistance are often, though not always, available from the Rector’s Discretionary Fund.  Resources for the fund are provided by direct gifts, Vestry support through the budget, and gifts in thanksgiving for weddings, baptisms and burials, and in thanksgiving for special occasions, such as a new job, new home, or the birth of a child.  We try to keep a supply of grocery cards for those in need.