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Wendy Kington has been the People’s Warden at St Barnabas for the past seven years. She shares what drew her here and what
Our St Barnabas Youth Group recently led a lifestreams/nga puna waiora service over the weekend of the World Vision 40 hour fundraiser. They
The Home Communion team enjoyed a lovely afternoon High Tea in the Tui Room on a very wet and rainy afternoon. We really
What’s it looking like on the inside? We don’t get to see much of what is going on inside the Hall.  We see
Join us for fun, food, faith, and crafts as we explore Noah- God’s Friend. Saturday, 3 September, 3.30pm- 5.30pm at St Barnabas’ Church.
City Missioner Corinne Haines speaks about the latest developments at the City Mision at 8am, 9am, lifestreams/nga puna waiora, and 5pm services. By
Give Gear Get Great is a community driven project designed to help children participate in sport. The project was initially developed with the
St Barnabas Eco-Champion Lynn Kim encourages us to get behind Plastic Free July. Plastic free July is here! This is your reminder to
God’s people have always had to navigate challenging times and try to make sense of them in their relationship with God. As we
Many of our parishioners are enjoying catching up with family overseas after all the Covid disruptions. Jo Cotton spoke to Judy Dodwell about
Recently Anglican churches around the world were invited by the Anglican church in Riga, Latvia, to send them a postcard, to create an
When Ben Wamamili first came to St Barnabas in 2016, he quickly became friends turned family with Graeme Robinson and his wife Jenny.
Since 2016, Olive Lawson has been involved with the St Barnabas ESOL Class where she has been using her gift of language to
World Vision 40 Hour Famine 1 – 3 July. This year our St. Barnabas Youth Group (SBYG) are raising funds to help bring
Are you a senior struggling with your ipod, lap top, mobile phone, or any other electronic device? On Saturday June 25, from 9.00am
Rev Bernard Walker reflects on the meaning of Pentecost in today’s world Rev Bernard Walker is one of the leaders of our Night
Praying together is a big part of Christian living, and at St Barnabas we have a number of ways to do this. But
During Lent, a number of parishioners joined in a Lenten study entitled ‘Sentinels’. Don Rowlands shares more. Our Lent group decided to discover
Braden Ramsell is passionate about IT. What was once a hobby, has now become a career, and for the past five years has
Wayne and Diana Hann have been volunteering at St Barnabas since 1979. Wayne became the Secretary of the St Barnabas Trust from its
Helen Wakefield has been sharing the gospel and loving children and their parents for more than a decade in her volunteer roles with
This month we are celebrating some of our many volunteers by sharing their stories. Nicholas Baker is a familiar face around St Barnabas
It is time to share the love and warmth to those in need. Last year’s appeal was such a success that we doing
Over the past few years we have been developing our communications and we’d like to know what you think. Whether it’s the Mooring
At our AGM in March, members of Vestry were appointed. We asked them to tell us about themselves.
With the colder months upon us we are appealing for warm sleeping bags. The Christchurch City Mission is approached by a number of
Defend Faith, Navigate Culture, Reach People Are you struggling to share your Christian faith as our culture becomes increasingly hostile to Christianity?  Our