Discussing portfolio questions 2, 5, 6, and 9: 2) Describe your liturgical style and practice. If you have more than one, describe them all. 5) Describe your community's involvement in the wider church and/or region. 6) How do you engage in pastoral care beyond your worshiping community? 9) What is your practice of stewardship and how does it shape the life of your worshiping community?
Please help by contributing yummy baked items and have family and friends come and BUY! This bake sale is to help Lucy pay for her service trip to Haiti in June of this year through the diocese's program, the Colorado Youth Leadership Initiative, or COYLI.She in the final push to raise money, and would love the help of the youth families to put on a bake sale this Sunday, May 20th.
Young Families Second Sunday Gathering
Sunday, May 13
11:00 a.m. (Right after 9:30 service)
Meet in North Sanctuary and then move outside or upstairs
The Families with young children are launching "Second Sundays" on May 13. This is a time to bring your kids and meet with other parents to get to know each other while the kids have a chance to play. We will meet every Second Sunday after worship from 11:00 - 12:00ish. Healthy snacks, crafts, and a babysitter to watch the kids provided. Come and create community with us! If you have questions, contact Lena Potyondy at email@example.com. And, invite your neighbors and friends!
Positive Action Towards Housing (PATH) Luncheon 5/8/18. Join the St. Barnabas table for the annual PATH luncheon Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 11:30 am to 12:45 pm at Temple Emmanuel, 51 Grape Street, Denver. This year's topic will include a wrap-up of the Saint Francis Apartments at Cathedral Square Project, an in-depth look at the unique challenges faced by women experiencing homelessness, and how you can make a difference in the commumity. Funds raised at this event will support PATH programming at Saint Francis Center. The lunch is complimentary - your participation is priceless. Please register by May 1 with Timothy Hepp at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, address, phone number and meal preference: standard, veg or gluten free.
Young Families' Gathering
March 18 at 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Patti Anderson and Claire Hayes invite all families with children, nursery age through elementary, to get together on Sunday, March 18 at 4:00-6:00 p.m. in Grant Hall. We will have some fun, learn more about the Eucharist, and share a simple meal together. We will also talk about the future of ministry to and with families with young children at St. Barnabas. Please let Claire Hayes know how many will be coming at email@example.com. We look forward to sharing this time together!
How do YOU like to have fun?
Come and hang out with your friends. All you have to do is bid on dozens of fun activities at the St. Barnabas Auction on Saturday, March 10. It’s just before St. Patty’s Day this year. Come for the fun of the auction and stay for a free spaghetti dinner followed by a live auction of premium items.
Just as much fun is hosting an event for however many people as you want. Organize a walk along the river to see spring flowers, a backyard BBQ, an afternoon baking Christmas cookies, a visit to the new Kirkland Museum—anything that two or more people can do together. Join with someone to co-host an event. Half the work and all the fun. Offer an evening of babysitting, an afternoon of garden cleaning, a tour of your garden. We value our community at St. B and this is how it happens.
Donate an event to the Auction
Donor forms describing your activity are now available, online and at the church. Pick a date, check the Auction Events Master Calendar in Lukens Wing, list your event on the calendar, and fill out the donor form. Please return your completed donor form no later than Feb. 25.