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20500 West Old U.S. 12, Chelsea MI 48118
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We seek to grow as diverse disciples of Jesus Christ, and to serve Jesus by serving others in the world, guided by the values of Ancient Rites, Open Minds, and Affirming Hearts. 

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Saturday December 3rd 10AM to 3PM

Our Annual Quilt Display, Crafts & Bake Sale is happening this Saturday. Come on by and take a look and enter to win a free lap quilt. This event helps our quilters to get supplies for quilting. Our quilters meet all year long to be able to donate to those in  need. Interested in joining our quilters group? Anyone is welcome to join, inquire during the quilt show. All levels of quilters are welcomed. Don't quilt yet but want to help, we have something for you too.

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Welcome to St. Barnabas!!

St. Barnabas, located in Chelsea, Michigan, is an Episcopal Church and part of the Anglican Communion. This means we are both sacramental and mission oriented. We are a Total Ministry, or Ministry of All the Baptized, congregation, where all are encouraged to participate as each is called by God to do. This means some are called to help with worship, music, teaching, pastoral care, hospitality, greeting, ushering, intercession (prayers), altar guild duties or reading in addition to ordained ministry. And that‘s just inside the building!

Please join us Sundays at 10AM

You Are Welcome Here

We see faith as a journey, and we invite you to come with us and be a part of it. God invites everyone everywhere into his world and so do we. We believe that Jesus calls his church to be a compelling force for good in the world and that we have been created to be a part of something larger than ourselves. Come and journey with us!

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Instructed Eucharist

An Instructed Eucharist is a special service for Episcopalians, which is narrated in order to teach the meaning of the service.

Many congregations in liturgical churches have expressed a desire for a teaching service which would shed light on the various elements of the service.

The content must highlight the principal actions taking place, and the reasons for them. It should also explain those elements which are most likely to be confusing to the uninitiated, as well as mention those elements which are optional, or which allow for some variation.

This service was conducted at St Barnabas, Chelsea MI, on October 23, 2022.

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