Our church family

Nearly 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. St. Barnabas is known in our communities as a "first responder", ready to lead in times of emergency or need.

Our children

Children at St. Barnabas attend Sunday School during the program year, and have the opportunity to participate in the Youth Choir and the Bell and Chimes Choirs.They participate in the annual St. Nicholas and Moses Pageants, and enjoy Vacation Bible School every summer.

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Our outreach

St. Barnabas members help build; we help feed; we nurture; we share our church facility; and we educate, all in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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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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blessing of the animals

Our worship

In the Fall, St. Barnabas offers a "blessing of the animals" at a regular Sunday service. Parishioners can bring their pets, from dogs to cats to fish, and youngsters can bring a stuffed animal to be blessed. It's always a special experience that brings our congregation closer together. Read more about our worship practices below.

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St. Barnabas in 2013

Our History

The idea for an Episcopal church in Montgomery began in 1980. With the support of Bishop William G. Black and rectors of surrounding churches, what is now St. Barnabas began as a mission affiliated with Holy Trinity Church, Kenwood. For the first 10 years or so, the fledgling congregation held services at the local Sycamore High School.

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SERVICE TIMESWhoever you are, wherever you find yourself on your journey of faith...
you are welcome at St. Barnabas.

PARISH THANKSGIVING DINNER
Sunday Nov. 23

ThanksgivingWe will join together as a Parish Family for a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday November 23. Just like last year, there will be two seatings: 4:30 and 6:30. Dinner will feature turkey and all the usual trimmings. This year we will also have a Silent Auction during dinner. Tickets: $12 per Adult; $5 per Child; $30 per family. Call the Church at 984-8401 to reserve your seating.

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ANNUAL THANKSGIVING SERVICE
Sunday Nov. 23 at 6:30

Eucmenical_Thanksgiving
St. Barnabas will join with other local churches for the 2nd Annual Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service, organized by the Montgomery Ministrial Association. The event of sacred readings, reflections, and song takes place at Montgomery Presbyterian Church. A community combined choir will join in song, in addition to other performances by musicians from the participating churches. All are welcome to attend. Please contact Montgomery Presbyterian Church at 891-8670 for more information.

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UPCOMING …

Annual St Nicholas Pageant
Sunday December 7

St-NicholasThe Annual St. Nicholas Pageant will be held after communion at the 10:00 service. This musical rendition of the story of St. Nicholas is performed by the Church School. Bring your children and enjoy this fun St. Barnabas tradition!

Pete’s Bands in Concert
Sunday December 7 at 2:00

Pete MetzgerThe public is invited to a concert featuring the 70-member Sycamore Community Band and the 45-member New Horizons Band of Cincinnati at St. Barnabas. Each band will play several numbers, ranging from rousing marches to swing arrangements and showstoppers from Broadway musicals like “Aladdin.” Then they will combine to play “White Christmas,” “Sleigh Ride” and “Christmas Festival.” The concert will also recognize the significance of the Pearl Harbor bombing date with selected patriotic music.

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