St Barnabasí Church
Clarksfield, Oldham

Services at St Barnabas Church

Weekly services

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Sundays
9:30 am service with hymns. The service is a Eucharist except on the first Sunday of each month.

During the Parish Eucharist, our Sunday school meets in the Church Hall (which is part of the same building). The Sunday school is divided to accommodate children from primary and senior school.

The Eucharist on the second Sunday of the month is usually a family service, with uniformed organisations helping us lead the service.

Mondays
2:30 pm: prayers in the vestry.

Tuesdays
10:00 am: Holy Communion (said). The service lasts about half an hour.

Monthly services

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First Tuesday of the month
Holy Communion at Moor Haven Nursing Home on Rippondon Road at 2:00 pm.

 

 

Occasion services

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You may want a special service such as a baptism (also known as a christening), a wedding or blessing, or a funeral. To arrange such a service, please contact our Vicar to book a suitable date and time.

We will always try to accommodate your needs in order to make it just right.

Annual services

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We hold a variety of special Services during the year.

Regular examples include Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter; Whit (Pentecost) Sunday: service, walk and family barbecue event; All Saintsí and All Soulsí; Advent; and all the special occasions that make Christmas so magical.

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Messy Church

We occasionally hold Messy Church services.

The format centres round children (unto secondary age). We start with craftwork and play activity in the Main Hall, then a short service in the Church, and followed by good free food in the Hall. All are welcome.

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Page posted 24 August 2017