This Sunday

8:00 am

Lent I
Colour: Violet
8:00 am Morning Prayer

8:30 am

Lent I
Colour: Violet
8:30 am Low Mass BCP
Propers: p. 140, 2nd Collect p. 138

10:30 am

Lent I
Colour: Violet
10:30 am Litany in Procession and Solemn High Mass BAS
Propers: p. 286, 2nd Collet p. 381
Genesis 2:15-17, 3:1-7
Psalm 32
Romans 5:12-19
Luke 5:27-32

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Photo of the interior of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

by Rev’d Canon W. David Raths, Associate Priest

You are invited to be part of a small group of twenty-four people on a pilgrimage to some of the significant spiritual places of England. Pilgrimage has always been an important part of Christian faith. The desire of Christians to grow in their relationship with God is like a journey and going on a pilgrimage is a way to strengthen that journey. For over a thousand years people have been making such spiritual journeys. Our times are no less troubled and troubling than in previous centuries and a pilgrimage is as relevant now as ever. 

We will begin at Canterbury Cathedral, where prayer to God has been offered daily for over 1,400 years, and where we find the Shrine of Thomas Becket, murdered there 850 years ago. After other...

Read more: Cathedrals, Shrines and Royal Peculiars – Pilgrimage 2020 
Toward a Canadian Sacred Music Tradition -- poster for lecture by Stephanie Martin to be given on February 19.

Music plays an important role in worship at St. Barnabas. Join composer and organist Stephanie Martin as she explains the roots of a Canadian-made Anglo-Catholic musical tradition in a lecture in the parish hall on the evening of Feb. 19. 

Healey Willan emigrated from England to Canada in 1913, and from there began a long and prolific career as a composer of sacred works. (The parish choir performs many of Willan’s compositions, including numerous mass settings and motets throughout the year.) Stephanie herself is the former music director at Healey Willan’s own church, St. Mary Magdalene in Toronto, and her own works represent the state-of-the-art in Canadian sacred compositions. Come here her lay out a roadmap of influences from Willan to her own music in a 90-minute lecture...

Read more: Free lecture to explore Anglo-Caltholic music traditions in Canada

Upcoming special events and services

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 7:30pm

Ash Wednesday – Holy Day of Obligation
7:30pm Solemn High Mass

Sunday, March 1, 2020 - 10:30am

Lent I
Colour: Violet
10:30 am Litany in Procession and Solemn High Mass BAS
Propers: p. 286, 2nd Collet p. 381
Genesis 2:15-17, 3:1-7
Psalm 32
Romans 5:12-19
Luke 5:27-32