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 1st February in church. Come along or email office@st-barnabas.net for more details.

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Services this Sunday 8 am Holy Communion 9.30 am Morning Praise 11.15 am Praise Together with groups for children and young people 6.30 pm Evening Praise  

Join us for our Christmas celebrations at St Barnabas 16th Dec 6.30pm Evening Service Carols An informal, contemporary service to start our celebrations   23rd Dec 10.30am Family Carols All age celebration of Christmas 23rd Dec 6.30pm Nine Lessons and Carols A traditional service with readings and carols   24th Dec 2.00pm Christmas Crafts Join…

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 for crafts on Christmas Eve from 2 pm, followed by carols round the crib and the puppets at 4 pm. Children, please bring an adult with you.

Put on the party clothes and join us for evening of fun, food and music on Saturday 8th December, 6.45 pm in the church hall, including disco and hot food. Tickets £7 from the church office, office@st-barnabas.net, Dawn Howitt or Hazel Hutchings.

This year’s Craft Aid is on Saturday 17th November, 10.15 am – 2 pm. There will be stalls, coffee, lunches, crafts, music and trains. All welcome. All the money raised will be put to good use in the work of the Eye Clinic in Jachie, a village close to the city of Kumasi in Ghana….

All are welcome to join us for a short Act of Remembrance between our two main morning services at 10.50 am on Sunday in church. Photo by Oscar Nord on Unsplash

We started our new morning sermon series, ‘Everyday Faith’ on 9th September, with Blessing the backpacks. We were invited to bring a bag that represented what we do during the week. It could be a school bag, a nappy changing bag, a briefcase, handbag etc… We were reminded that God is with us wherever we go.  

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