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How is church life continuing during Covid-19?

Things are slowly opening up here at St Bs. The church office is back open, and the church is open for private prayer during office hours. While our Sunday services are still only online (for now!), some small groups have started meeting in the building again.
More details below about our Sunday Services.
Click HERE for information on how we are keeping our building Covid-safe.

To contact the staff team, please email (checked regularly during office hours). In an emergency, phone the church emergency mobile no 07816 768616 (texts not receivable).

Check out below to see what's going on:

Join us this Sunday at 10.30am

We're broadcasting our service each Sunday online starting at 10.30am. Please join us for worship, community stories, prayer, teaching from God's Word and interaction.  
Join us every Sunday on StBs/Live, or YouTube

Sundays LIVE

We are starting Sunday services back in the building! The 8.30am service of Morning Prayer starts on Sunday 13 September, and our other services are starting back on 20 September. Book tickets for them at

We are putting a one-way system in place, get an idea of how it will look through our video below:


Virtual 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.

youthYouth Online

Our Youth ministry is on break for the Summer, and will start up again with evening services on Sundays at 5pm, instagram lives and more.


cropped-untitled-design-2Kids & Families Blog

Sheraya Fourie, our increadible Kids & Families Pastor has started a blog being filled with practical resources for Families.


nhs prayerNHS Frontline Prayer

We have set up a WhatsApp Group to respond to the urgent need of supporting St Bs members who are NHS frontline staff in prayer.
Email if you wan't to get involved.



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.

Join our Sunday 10.30am service online!

Dear Friends,

Join us this Sunday at 10.30am

We're excited to announce our first ever ONLINE SERVICE.  Our Mothers' Day Sunday service will be online, starting at 10.30am, and it will be suitable for all the family – so gather together and join us online for a time of sung worship, prayer and teaching from God's Word.  Have a Facebook or YouTube account? Interact with the St Bs community in the comment section!  You can view it here:
YouTube – While you're at it, subscribe to our channel so you will know about any other videos or live-streams that we post.
Facebook – Follow St Barnabas North London while you're there.
Remember that we won't be meeting at the church building so please don't turn up there.

This Sunday: National Day of Prayer and Action

Our Archbishops and the leaders of other churches in the UK have called a National Day of Prayer and Action this Sunday.  We want to join with them in praying for our country.  We can do this in a number of ways:

  • You may choose to fast on Sunday, for the whole day or just from lunch
  • Try praying the Lord's Prayer every time you wash your hands (it takes longer than the recommended 20 seconds of handwashing!)
  • Please join the live stream of our morning service, which will include intercessions for our country
  • Stop at 12-noon and spend a few minutes in prayer, knowing that you will be joining many others at the same time. You can also use the Lord's Prayer at this time.
  • Pray through Psalm 91
  • Light a candle at 7pm and put it in your window
  • Ring someone who is isolated and vulnerable
  • Volunteer to help with the Community Lunch or Night Shelter (see more information below) 
  • We need help with our Homeless Outreach

Even while we've had to suspend many of our public activities, we are continuing to provide the Community Lunch (Sundays) and Night Shelter (Wednesday nights) to some of the most vulnerable members of our community.  But we need more help, because many of our normal volunteers may be sick or self-isolating and if we don't have enough people we may need to shut these activities.  For Community Lunch we need help with cooking, serving and welcoming guests; for Night Shelter help with dinner and breakfast cooking, and staying awake overnight.  We have put in place appropriate risk mitigations to help protect both guests and volunteers from coronavirus.  To volunteer please complete the form here: or for more information email Viv Metliss

24/7 prayer

Many of us feel isolated, powerless and overwhelmed.  What better time to cry out to the Lord?  We've started our own virtual 24/7 prayer room. There's no exclusive booking and we can have as many people as possible praying at any one time. Whether you're praying alone, with your household, or using whatsapp/facetime/skype to bring a group of you together, or a good old fashioned landline to call a friend and spend the hour in prayer together, let's cry out to Jesus, our source of hope.  Just follow the link and sign up here:  Don't forget to scroll on the little red arrow under 'navigation' to see the following days.

More new things coming soon!

We're working on more ways to keep connecting with each other during this season, including a daily video podcast.  Please follow us on Facebook and YouTube to be alerted to new videos, posts and other news.  
St Bs team

Sunday Services SUSPENDED

Dear Friends,

In line with the latest guidance from the Church of England this morning, with immediate effect we are temporarily suspending our public Sunday services in the building.  We are planning to live stream a service each Sunday so that we can continue to worship together, and will send more information out later in the week about this.  We are also working on other ways of keeping connected and supporting each other during this unprecedented time – watch this space.

Important note
We have sent this email to everyone on our church database as it's essential to let you know not to come to the church this weekend.  However we will send further updates only to those for whom we have consent to contact you.  If you did not receive my email last week about coronavirus precautions, then we do not have consent to contact you and therefore you must update your consent preferences if you would like to know more about our live streaming and other communications.  To do this either:

-    Log in to MyChurchSuite at: – then search for St Barnabas North London, enter your email address, and click on     'forgotten password'.  You will be sent a password reset email, and when you log in you can change your communication preferences     under 'My Details'
-   Email






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.


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