This year in St Barnabas Church Hall, Monday 12th – Friday 16th August. Join us for fun activities for primary school-aged children. We’ll be looking at the Bible story of Noah, with an animal theme for our games and crafts. Each day will involve free food for the whole family. More details here.
First Friday is our monthly event for families on the first Friday of every month, 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm. We always have a meal together and lots of fun activities. Next one is on Friday 2nd August in church. Come along or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. You’ll be in good company!
Revd Mark Whalley, who is going to be our new curate, was ordained at York Minster on 30th June. We look forward to Mark, Alice and the family joining us at St Barnabas later in the summer.
David Robinson with Adrian and Bridget Plass on Saturday 13th July, 7.15 pm in St Barnabas Church. Tickets £10 available from the church office or on the door.
There is a change to our normal service pattern today. 8am Holy Communion 10.30am Morning Service 2.30pm Collation of our new vicar, Revd Dr David Goodhew, by the Bishop of Whitby and licensing of Revd Lindsey Goodhew as associate minister.
The Alpha Course will be running at the Evening Service, starting on Sunday 31st March at 6 pm.
A message from the Bishop of Whitby, the Right Reverend Paul Ferguson ‘I am delighted to announce the appointment of the Revd Dr David Goodhew as vicar of St Barnabas’, Linthorpe. David is currently on the staff of Cranmer Hall Theological College, part of St John’s College, Durham University. David has taught there for the…
Join us on Good Friday, 19th April for crafts, activities, a message from the puppets and Billy Bonkers and the Chocolate Factory. 10 am – 12 noon in St Barnabas Church Hall. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
is in concert at St Barnabas on Saturday 27th April, 7 pm Tickets available from eventbrite
Our new morning sermon series is on the 12 prophets in the Old Testament who are known as the minor prophets, because their books are small, not because they don’t have lots of important things to teach us! We started on Sunday 17th February with Hosea and continue with Joel, Amos, Jonah, Obadiah and Micah.