The April 19th service of the Octave Day of Easter is available on YouTube.
Click through to watch this morning's Easter Sunday service and Benediction.
Click through to view today's Good Friday service.
Click through to the embedded video of Maundy Thursday Evensong.
This morning's Palm Sunday service is available to view.
Despite the restrictions and difficulties we are presently facing, worship continues at St. Barnabas, albeit in a much abridged format. Prayer is offered daily, and services are live-streamed four times a week for parishioners, and friends near and far, who find a spiritual home at the parish via Facebook. Although virtual worship can never take the place of meeting together in person, let us continue to meet together in prayer, as we begin Holy Week. Live-streamed services on Facebook will begin on Wednesday, and continue through to Easter Day:
GOD is our hope and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore will we not fear, though the earth be changed, and though the hills be carried into the midst of the sea; Though the waters thereof rage and swell, and though the mountains shake at the tempest of the same. The LORD of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our refuge. (Psalm 46)
Parish help line
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and social distancing and self-quarantining becomes more stringent, if any parishioners are in need of assistance, please contact Fr Murray. Fr is coordinating the response to parishioners' needs. Let us also care for one another through phone calls, messages, and virtual visits online. If you are concerned about, or wish to reach parishioners who do not have internet access, please contact:
Fr Murray, 613-668-6992, email@example.com
This past Monday the Provincial House of Bishops came to a unanimous decision that, given the inability of parish congregations to physically gather as a community for worship, all churches in the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario, which includes the Diocese of Ottawa, will observe a "Eucharistic Fast". This means that any Virtual Worship offered at St. Barnabas will not include the Holy Mass. The full text of Bishop Chapman's letter can be found here: