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.

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In our morning services we are looking at the world’s best-selling book, an overview of the Bible’s story in 6 weeks: Creation, Fall, Israel, Jesus, life in the Spirit and eternal life.

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Join us on Sunday for our harvest services at 9.30 and 11.15 am.

We will be collecting for the Foodbank at our Harvest Thanksgiving services on Sunday 13th October at 9.30 and 11.15 a.m.,  Here is a list of items needed for the Foodbank:

TINNED MEAT (E.G CHICKEN CASSEROLE, CHICKEN IN SAUCE, SPAGHETTI BOLOGNAISE, RAVIOLI)

TINNED MEAT (HAM/CORNEDBEEF/SPAM)

TINNED TOMATOES

TINNED FISH

TINNED FRUIT

TINNED CUSTARD

PASTA SAUCE

LONGLIFE MILK

DRIED RICE

 

Sunday 22nd September is Try Church Sunday. If you haven’t been to church for a while or you’ve never tried it, we’d love to welcome you to St Barnabas.

Services are at 8 am, 9.30 am 11.15 am and 6.30 pm.

At 9.30 am and 11.15 am we will start a new series ‘God Big Picture – the Bible in 6 weeks’. Come along and find out about the world’s best-selling book.

 

We are looking at the book of Psalms during August and the first part of September, exploring songs for the journey of faith.

Whether you know the psalms already or they are new to you, they are a great support for the journey of faith and the journey of life. Psalms are songs that have been sung for thousands of years. But they also speak to us right now and give us words when we, ourselves, have no words.

25th August am Psalm 73 Near God is good

pm Psalm 34 Taste and see

1st September am Psalm 48 City of God

pm Psalm 19 The heavens declare the glory of God

8th September am Psalm 27  The Lord is my light

pm Psalm 10 King and judge

15th September am and pm Psalm 150

8 am Holy Communion

9.15 am Holy Communion

11.15 am Holy Communion

6.30 pm Evening Praise

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.

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.

 

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 last ten years during which he has helped prepare hundreds of Anglican clergy for parish ministry. Prior to that, David was vicar of two parishes in York. Before that he has held posts in Bristol and Cambridge. David is married to Lindsey, who also ordained. They have two teenage sons — Aidan (19) and Benjamin (17) and a border terrier called Pip.

‘I am also delighted to announce the appointment of the Revd Lindsey Goodhew as Associate Minister (Self-Supporting Ministry) of St Barnabas’ Linthorpe. For the last ten years Lindsey has been Student Worker and Associate Minister at St Nicholas’ Church, Durham.  Previous to this she has worked in parishes in York, Cambridge and Bristol.

‘David is originally from Bristol and Lindsey from Goole in East Yorkshire. They met whilst training for ministry at Cranmer Hall, were married 26 years ago in Durham and ordained alongside one another 7 months later in Bristol Cathedral.

‘Cranmer Hall has expressed a strong desire that David remain in post until the end of the academic year — that and Benjamin’s A levels mean that the family are not able to move to Middlesbrough until the end of June. It is expected that David’s collation and Lindsey’s licensing will take place early in July.  I realise that this means a little more extension to the vacancy, but I am confident that the people of St Barnabas’ will meet this with energy and confidence now that you know when your time without a vicar will end.’

David writes:  ‘I’ve known St Barnabas’ through various Cranmer Hall students who have had connections with the church.  I know it has a great record of sharing the good news of Jesus by word and deed. As Middlesbrough changes there are significant opportunities and challenges.  I hugely look forward to working with the congregation of St Barnabas’ to sustain all that is good as well as take new opportunities to share and be good news in Linthorpe.  Lindsey and I are praying for you in this vacancy period.’

+ Paul Whitby

https://community.dur.ac.uk/cranmer.hall/Staff/the-revd-dr-david-goodhew/

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.

Holy Week Services
Monday 15th April

9.30am – Morning Prayer in church

 

Tuesday 16th April

7am – Prayer Meeting

7.30pm – Worship Evening

An evening of prayer and worship led by the music group

 

Wednesday 17th April

9.30am – Holy Communion

 

Thursday 18th April

7.30pm – Maundy Communion

Join us as we celebrate Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples

 

Good Friday 19th April

10am – Easter Crafts

The puppets, Easter crafts and activities for children. Please bring an adult with you.

2pm – Hour at the Cross

A quiet service remembering Jesus’ last hour on the cross

 

Saturday 20th April

10am – Holy Saturday Reflection

 

Easter Sunday 21st April

8am Holy Communion

9.30am Holy Communion

11.15am All Age Communion

6.30pm Evening Communion

is in concert at St Barnabas on Saturday 27th April, 7 pm

Tickets available from eventbrite

Harrogate 13th -16th April 2019

Spring Harvest is a holiday, a festival, a conference and an encounter with God. Speakers include Malcolm Duncan, Arianna Walker, Bishop Paul Butler, Pastor Kingsley Appiagyei and Lisa Holmes. See  www.springharvest.org/harrogate for more details and to book.

Sam Tyndall is thinking about a day trip, so speak to Sam at church or email office@stbarnabas.net if you are interested.

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 us for craft activities for the whole family

24th Dec 4.00pm Crib Service

Stay on after the crafts for an all age service with puppets!

24th Dec 11.15pm Midnight Communion

Welcome in Christmas with this traditional service

 

25th Dec 9.30am Holy Communion

A quiet beginning to Christmas Day

25th Dec 10.30am Family Service

All ages celebrate Christmas together, led by Archdeacon Sam Rushton

 

30th Dec 8.00am Holy Communion (in the Dales Vestry)

30th Dec 10.30am All Age Holy Communion

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.

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.

 

Did you know that St Barnabas IS ALREADY a Dementia Friendly Church?  What does this mean?  Would you like to become a Dementia Friend?  What will it involve and do you need to invest a lot of time?  All these questions and more will be answered at the awareness session on Wednesday, 24th October at 7.30pm in the narthex.
Watch this wonderful film of a member of our congregation, Hal.

Dementia is EVERYBODY’S business!  And together we can make a difference.

 

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