About St. Barnabas

As followers of Jesus Christ, the people of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church are called to learn, serve, welcome, and celebrate.

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At St. Barnabas Episcopal Church we believe there is a place for everyone around God’s table. With love and respect, we welcome all people into our community. Whatever your beliefs or background, your sexual orientation or gender identity, your race or ethnicity, your age or family structure, abilities or disabilities; wherever you are on life’s journey, your presence is a blessing. We cherish the diversity you bring to us.

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Weekly Service Times

Come join us for worship every Sunday at 8 A.M. and 10 A.M.

Join us Thursday mornings in the chapel at 9:30 A.M. for a service that includes prayers for healing.

Coffee Hour

Please join us after the 10 A.M. service in Grafe Hall, which is across the breezeway, for refreshments. It’s a chance to get to know other members, enjoy one another’s company, and have some great food and snacks.

Sunday School

This program is offered most Sundays during the school year at the 10 A.M. service. Sunday School is for children in 5th grade and younger.

Nursery

Infants and children of all ages are always welcome at the service. Parents and caregivers should feel free to come and go as needed.

Pastors/Staff

Priest-in-Charge: The Rev. Sean S. Wall
Office Administrator: Cathie Dainton Piacente
Senior Warden: Betty Woerner
Junior Warden: Chris Battista
Treasurer: Ken Ross
Altar Guild President: Anita Galloway
Organist: Lewis Needham
Music Director: Glenn Bjorkquist
Sunday School Coordinator: Anita Galloway
Vestry Members: Chris Battista (Buildings and Grounds), Betty Woerner (Finance and Stewardship), Scot MacLean (Pastoral Care), Elizabeth Martin (Parish Life), Carolyn Nelson (Outreach), Robbie Jessen (Christian Education), Eva Calcagno (Communications).

Contact Info.

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
2201 SW Vermont Street
Portland, Oregon 97219-1935
(503) 246-1949
stbarnabas@hotmail.com