St Barnabas Parish has two functions coming up soon. We hope you can join us for these opportunities for much missed social interaction in the Parish Centre.
2021 Services for St Barnabas
Holy Communion each Sunday @ 9:30 am in St Barnabas Holy Communion each Tuesday @ 10 am in the Parish Centre
Although it is not mandatory, parishioners are encouraged to wear a face mask, especially while singing.
You can find a video of Bishop Mark' s sermon, gospel reading and prayers for each Sunday on this website along with our weekly pew sheet The Lantern.
If you have any concerns about our procedures, please feel free to get in touch with Reverend Ross Craven on 0409 847 630 or one of our wardens: Frank Magrath: 6972 3079 Marie Seckold: 6972 4172 or Geoff West: 0427 753 427.
Please find below the Bishop Mark's media release for Christmas 2020
24th September 2020: Please find below Bishop Mark Calder's first major address to the diocese of Bathurst where he asks everyone to confront the past with lament and repentance, the present with reality and the future with both hope and commitment to the great commission. presidential_address_2020_final_for_release.pdf
10th September 2020 St Barnabas Anglican Church will re-commence our ministry with a service of Holy Communion on Sunday 4th October at 11:30 am in the church. Reverend Ross Craven from Grenfell parish will conduct the service and will continue thereafter to conduct services for us on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month at 11:30 am. It will be necessary for our parishioners to contact Dot Smith on 6972 3410 by 1 pm on Thursday 1st October if they wish to attend the service on Sunday 4th October. Although it is not mandatory, parishioners are encouraged to wear a face mask. If you have any concerns about our new procedures, please feel free to get in touch with Reverend Ross on 0409 847 630 or one of our wardens: Frank Magrath: 6972 3079, Marie Seckold: 6972 4172 or Geoff West: 0427 753 427.
Regards Susan Haines Secretary St Barnabas Anglican Church West Wyalong
Dear all, Even with the easing of restrictions from the NSW government which has taken effect, it is not possible for us to meet together as church. Bishop Mark recognises how hard this is, and urges us to keep trusting God our Saviour. Please view the video below for more details.
Please find attached a statement from Bishop Mark regarding the 150th anniversary of our diocese. Mark said “I trust this helps many people mark this significant anniversary in an appropriate way, as we both own the past and yet look to the future with prayer that God will transform us and use us for his glory.” from_the_bishop_20200507.pdf
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