This year Ash Wednesday falls on February 18th and marks the beginning of the Lenten Season. Masses are scheduled for 8:00am and 7:00pm. Please note the change in time for the morning mass.
Ash Wednesday is a Day of Fasting and Abstinence. Fasting (one full meal and two smaller meals, no snacking) applies to those 18-60 years old. This does not apply to those who are pregnant, sick or elderly. Abstinence from meat applies to those 13 years old and older.
Following the 9am mass, the Church and Office will be closed on Monday, February 16th for Family Day. Have a safe and relaxing long weekend!
BE A PART OF OUR COMMUNITY
Here at St. Barnabas, we have many ministries and groups which are open for parishioners to join. If you have any questions or would like more information about a particular group or ministry contact the office.
View our liturgical ministries
View our catechetical ministries
View our administrative groups
View our prayer groups and other organizations
View groups and ministries for youth
Mass times, confession times, rosary, adoration/exposition and office hours for each day of the week
WELCOME TO ST. BARNABAS!
Our patron saint is called “Son of Encouragement” and we aim to imitate his spirit of prayer and reassurance within our parish community. Regardless of where you might be in your spiritual life, we invite you to join us as we journey together in faith.
What defines the people at St. Barnabas?
We’d like to think of ourselves as a community of GIVING, SHARING and RECEIVING.
Why giving? Because we try our best to open our hearts to others through our stewardship, our social ministries and our fellowship with one another.
Why sharing? Because we have a passion to share our faith by teaching and evangelizing.
Why receiving? Because we know that without faith, without worship and especially without the Eucharist we are nothing.
Come join us and become a part of something! Become a part of Christ at St. Barnabas!