Welcome to Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church of Greensboro, NC
We make every attempt to be a church of hospitality and inclusion. All people are welcomed and loved without regard to race, nationality, economic status, language, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, or theological position. Saint Barnabas is a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
- Sunday March 9 announcements
- March 2014 newsletter
- Wednesday Evening Lenten Program
- From Randall - getting enrolled in Obamacare
- "Still Divided," an article in the News-Record by Sarah Oatsvall.
Ms. Oatsvall is the Remberts' daughter.
- Harvest for Hospitality, new program begins Sunday 1/19 @ 09:30
Inclement Weather***In case of snow, ice, fog, tornado, rapture, or any other event that might make coming to church on Sunday a problem, we'll post the latest schedule information here***
Sunday 3/9, no 8:30 service due to possible snow/ice problems, but the church will be open and warm. And you're welcome to charge your cellphones and other electronic stuff. 10:30 service as usual.
Because of prior bad weather, (which episode? can't remember, there have been so many) the International Dinner has been rescheduled to Saturday, March 15, at 6pm. Come and celebrate whatever culture you want, or St. Patrick's day, or the Ides of March.
- Sunday: 8:30 AM
Holy Eucharist (said service)
- Sunday: 10:30 AM
Holy Eucharist (with hymns)
- Sunday:11:45 AM
- Monday: 12:00 Noon
Women's Brown-bag Luncheon
- Wednesday: 6:00 PM
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