Our church family

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church is a community of encouragement. More than 200 families call St. Barnabas their spiritual home. We care about one another, and our pastoral care ministries are a key component of belonging here. We welcome people in all walks of life, wherever they are on their spiritual journeys. Please call us to learn more: 513.984.8401.

Our children & youth

Children are a main focus at St. Barnabas! Sunday School is available for children from K - 12 throughout the year, and nursery care is provided for the youngest children. Kids have the opportunity to participate in the Youth Choir and the Bell and Chime Choirs. They participate in worship services several times during the year, and enjoy Vacation Bible School every summer. A group for 7-12th graders (Just 4 Youth) provides social activities for pre-teens and teens.

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Our outreach

Since its beginning, St. Barnabas members have cared for those in need in our various communities, and have built a strong foundation of service through its many outreach ministries. Read on to learn more.

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Our building

St. Barnabas is situated on approximately two acres in Montgomery, Ohio, a northeastern suburb of Cincinnati, with easy access to I-71 and I-275. Built in 1991, the building benefited from the "sweat equity" of members of the congregation, making this facility truly a labor of love.

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Our music

Music is part of the DNA of St. Barnabas. Our excellent music director/organist has an international reputation as a classical pianist, and has developed our choir into an integral part of our worship. We also offer a children's choir, and bell and chime choirs. We make a "joyful noise" every Sunday!

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Our worship

St. Barnabas is a friendly parish! Our worship services (8 and 10 a.m.) are accompanied by welcoming greeters and ushers, and a lively post-service coffee hour. Newcomers and those seeking a church home are welcome to join us for service and social time. All those baptized into the Christian faith are welcome to partake of Holy Eucharist. Read on for more details.

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St. Barnabas in 2013

Our History

St. Barnabas was established in Montgomery, OH in 1980, and remains the only Episcopal church in the immediate vicinity. For the first 10 years or so, the fledgling congregation held services at the local Sycamore High School. Parishioners moved furniture and carried equipment each Sunday to the school for the services. Today, we have a beautiful building with a generous sanctuary - and a welcoming, generous group of parishioners! Read on for more history.

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SERVICE TIMESWhoever you are, wherever you find yourself on your journey of faith...
you are welcome at St. Barnabas. Our mission is to create deeper and fuller personal relationships with God and our neighbors.

The Rev. L.P. Jones

LP JonesSunday June 21, 2015


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stbrose1Find out more about St Barnabas’ activities with this month’s Newsletter: June 2015


We Want To
Sunday, June 28 at 5:30

Day 6 Mountain TOP 078We are so excited to share our experience at Mountain TOP! The amazing support we received from St. Barnabas was overwhelming! We want to thank you and share our experience with you this Sunday! Please join us Sunday, immediately following the Habitat for Humanity Concert at 5:30pm. We will serve a traditional Mountain TOP Meal as well as share our photos, videos and personal testimonials from our week on the Mountain. Everyone is welcome! Just let us know you are coming so we can set a place at the table for you! RSVP to the church office at 984-8401 or email our Youth Group email: stbarnabas4youth@gmail.com

Sunday June 28 at 3:00

This benefit concert will be held here at St. Barnabas. The concert will include the West Chester Symphony and Chorus, opera soprano Kara Shay Thomson, two prominent members of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, oboist Lon Bussell and violinist Stacey Woolley, and pianist/organist Michael Chertock. All proceeds will be donated to the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati to fund its local operations of building houses that make it possible for partner families to become homeowners. You won’t want to miss what promises to be an entertaining concert. Read More

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church | 10345 Montgomery Road, Montgomery, OH 45242 | (513) 984-8401