Here are the details of our times of worship and prayer:
Holy Communion Every Sunday @ 10.30am. This service is now held in church but social distancing requirements mean we need you to book a place please if you’d like to attend. To reserve a space please email Rev Emma Sykes: email@example.com or call/text her on 07784 071919. Please be aware that if you turn up without booking we may have to turn you away unfortunately.
How many people can attend a service? Currently we can accept 40 household/bubbles. Examples include: a whole family living in the same household can attend with one other person who has linked to them as their social bubble OR a couple from the same household can attend OR two friends who have linked together as individuals in their own social bubble can attend.
Online Holy Communion is also live streamed every Sunday at 10.30am and available to view via our Facebook page. You don’t necessarily need a facebook account, just go to: www.facebook.com/stbarnabaserdington
A PDF of the Order of Service for Holy Communion can be viewed here: Service Sheet for St.Barnabas Church Holy Communion
Morning Prayer Via Zoom only Every Wednesday 10.30am. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom login details.
Private Prayer The Church is open every Tuesday and Friday for private prayer 10am – 12pm
Holy Communion Every Friday 11.00am No need to book, just turn up!
Please note: If you feel unwell and think you may have Coronovirus symptoms, please don’t come to the church but stay at home and seek medical advice. Thank you for your co-operation and stay safe.
WORSHIP AT HOME: The Church of England Birmingham also offers some suggested morning and evening prayers for those who would like to worship at home. To find them click here
The Lighthouse at St Barnabas is a lovely modern, bright and airy venue that met our needs perfectly. The team were accommodating, making us feel very welcome and ensuring our needs and those of our delegates were met throughout the day.
Andy - PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors)