Our Community

We’re committed to community – being a worshipping community, a discipling community and ‘Jesus with skin on’ to the community around us. We welcome, accept and forgive each other, no matter what. We’re here for each other in practical ways. We challenge each other to grow in our knowledge and understanding of Scripture, especially the redeeming and revitalising work of Jesus. And we seek to glorify Him and lead others to Him by loving and serving our local community in genuine ways. 

St B’s is a single-church parish with two congregations and a number of groups doing life, prayer and outreach together. The 9:30 is the more traditional and formal liturgical service whereas the 4:32 is a little more ‘laid-back’.

Visit and you’ll become a friend for life; stay a while and you’ll find a home regardless of where life takes you in the future.

 

SERVICE TIMES

SUNDAY​​

Communion Service

9.30am - 11am

​The 4:32

4.32pm - 6pm *

* 4:32 service followed by a light dinner

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Joy In Trials
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What's Coming Up

  • Envoy
    Sat, 10 Apr
    St. Barnabas Anglican Church
    10 Apr, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
    St. Barnabas Anglican Church, 147 Main N Rd, Woodend 7610, New Zealand
    Fun and games for 10 to 13 year olds - and maybe a spot of learning about God thrown in there!
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  • The Tribe Youth
    Sat, 10 Apr
    St. Barnabas Anglican Church
    10 Apr, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
    St. Barnabas Anglican Church, 147 Main N Rd, Woodend 7610, New Zealand
    If you are aged between 14 and 18 come and join us for fun, food and finding some stuff out!
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  • Good Friday Service
    Fri, 02 Apr
    St Barnabas Woodend
    02 Apr, 9:30 am – 11:00 am
    St Barnabas Woodend, 147 Main North Road, Woodend 7610, New Zealand
    Come join us as we reflect on the enormous sacrifice that was made on our behalf.
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"God our Heavenly Father, make, we pray, the door of this Church wide enough to welcome all who need human love and fellowship and a Father’s care, but narrow enough to shut out all envy, pride, and lack of love. Here may the tempted find help, the sorrowing receive comfort, and the penitent be assured of your mercy; and here may all your children renew their strength and go on their way in hope and joy; through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen."

                                                                         - Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath & Wells 1684-1711

 

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