We are called to worship...

Christians believe that we are called to live in a way that worships God. As we live a life of worship, we deepen relationships with God as we open our lives and hearts in praise. Christians are called to live this life every day and we are reminded of this when we pray the Lord's Prayer, the prayer that Jesus taught us to pray. Worship helps us to recognise who God really is and opens our hearts to what is good. Worship helps us to have direction and place our lives, our stories within God's story.


Christians believe it is important to gather together as the family of God to worship on Sundays and on other days of the week. At St Barnabas we do this in many ways.  When we do, we celebrate all that God is and all God has done. We give thanks that we are part of God’s family, loved, accepted and safe in God’s care.  When we gather to worship we praise God using words of praise and by singing together.  We read, listen and discuss the Bible and what it has to say to us.  We share communion at God’s table.  We pray for ourselves, for those we love and for the needs of the world. 


Monday-Friday at 9.00am
10.30am: Holy Communion in Church
(All Age Service on 2nd Sunday) 
10.30am: Online Worship (Facebook and YouTube)  
5.30pm: Evening Prayer (2nd and 4th Sunday)

Please note: Due to changing restrictions with the Covid-19 pandemic, we recommend you check the news sheet to stay up to date with any changes. When the church is shut, we meet together online at 10.30am on a Sunday.