The St. Barnabas vegetable garden is ready to plant; in fact there are already tomatoes and beans growing. Father Sean will bless the garden following the June 7 services. If you would like to donate plants to the garden, please bring them on Sunday. We can always use volunteers for watering, weeding and harvesting. Contact Carolyn Nelson if you can help.
If so, there will be several training opportunities in the next month; dates are Sunday May 31 at 11:30, Thursday June 4 at 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM. Please contact Fr. Sean if you are interested. All current Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers are required to attend training as well. Thank you for your service to our congregation!
Is Pomp & Circumstance in your future? Do you have a child who will graduate this year? On June 7, St. Barnabas will honor our latest group of college, high school and middle school graduates. Please contact the church office with details so that we may include your graduate (name, school, major, honors/awards, clubs, next step, etc.). If you would like to help with coffee hour, please see the sign-up in Grafe Hall.
Planning ahead, the Women of St. Barnabas will be holding their semi-annual collection in June to support this important program that provides temporary shelter and support to women and their children at risk of domestic violence.
May 20, 7pm in Father Sean’s Office. Guests welcome.
Come to church a little early – or stay late after the 8:00 a.m. service – and enjoy a meal and fellowship. In June the Women of St. Barnabas will give the men a month off in celebration of Father’s Day.
Wear RED, ORANGE, YELLOW to show your Pentecost spirit. Participate in the Chili Cook-Off, a sign-up sheet is now in Grafe Hall for chili cooks, and for people to bring corn bread, grated cheese, chopped onions and drinks. Tums are optional. If cooking is not your thing, volunteers to decorate the church and Grafe Hall for Pentecost are needed.