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How is church life continuing during Covid-19?

COVID-19 Update

Following the lifting of most of the remaining restrictions by the government, we are now asking you to make your own choice (and support the choice of others) as to whether to wear a mask when you come in to worship. Also, while isolation is no longer a legal requirement if you have tested positive or have COVID symptoms, we should all consider how we can best love our neighbours and try not to share infections by coming to the building. You can still join us to worship online if you are feeling under the weather! We are now serving refreshments again after our 09:30am, 11:30am and 5pm services. Hand sanitisers will still be available at the entrances and our air filtration system continues to operate.

Join us Sundays at 11.30am Online or LIVE

We're broadcasting our 11.30am service each Sunday online. Join us for worship, community stories, prayer, and teaching from God's Word. Join us every Sunday on StBs/Live, or YouTube

Life Groups

We are keen for everyone to get involved in a life group as a way of keeping in community and having a supportive group around you to help encourage you practically and spiritually. Click HERE to find out how you can join a Life Group.

Pastoral Care

For some great resources on help about finances, funerals, food banks, bereavement, mental health, domestic violence, drugs/alcohol abuse and other issues, please click here.


We are sending out weekly E-bulletins in place of the paper ones we gave out during out Sunday morning services. They are packed full of useful information about what's happening at the church. If you haven't received it, and would like to, then fill in our Connect Form and tick the box to receive general e-mails.


This is our church app, which has information about upcoming events, rotas, your contact details and communication preferences, giving information, and useful links. Do log-in and take advantage of it! Find out more HERE.






Unveiling of the WW1 Memorial

We've moved the WW1 Memorial Screen from the old church building, and commissioned a mural to go with it for the 100th anniversary of the armistice.

Our Vision

The new Our Vision booklet is out now. Pick one up at church or read it here:

Our Vision

Would you like up to 15% of your onlinespending at many major retailers to come to St Barnabas? If so, visit: and register yourself there. Then when you shop online, at no cost to you at all, major retailers will donate directly to St Barnabas.

Click this link to search for a retailer that supports us: and do your shopping directly this way. This is a serious fund-raising tool, please use it.


Download our current weekly bulletin