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You're very welcome to the website of
the Parish of St Barnabas with Christ's Chapel.
Details of all worship, including Marriage Services, Baptisms and Funeral Services
can be found by clicking the Services Tab at the top of this page.
We have two
places of worship within the parish, St
Barnabas in Calton Avenue and
Christ’s Chapel in Gallery Road.
All Sunday and Holy Day services in the parish
are open to all.
There are a number of smaller groups which meet for
All are welcome.
Sunday School meets during the 10.00am Sunday morning service
at St Barnabas.
This includes a creche for babies and under 3's.
Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer
and Holy Communion take place during
at St Barnabas to which all are welcome. The
Barnabas Chapel is open
from 11.00 to 3.00pm Tuesdays to Fridays when
the Parish Office is open.
Current news and information can be
found in SEVENDAYS.
The Open Forum - Economic and Social Justice
In the run-up to the General Election in 2015 this second series of the Open Forum will be addressing the themes of economic and social justice. It offers an opportunity for us to engage with some of the key political and economic questions of our time
Join us for a series of high-profile speakers for a series of fascinating evening discussions at St Barnabas.
How do we get more equal growth?
Thursday 20 November. 8pm.
Keynote speaker: Mr Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
Thursday 13 January. 8pm.
Panel includes: Mrs Moneypenny, FT columnist and Angus Hanton, Intergenerational Foundation.
Click here to download more information about these and future Open Forum evening discussions.
The Reverend John Watson became incumbent of St Barnabas with Christ's Chapel and Foundation Chaplain on 22 September 2014.
For a mini-profile on Revd John Watson please follow this link : Profile PDF
The clergy are always happy to bring Holy Communion to people who are unable to get to church, please contact the Parish Office if you would like to receive communion at home.