WELCOME!

April 19, 2011

Welcome to the website of the churches of
St Michael’s and St Barnabas, Devonport.

We meet for worship every Sunday,
10.30am at St Michael’s.

For details of our social activities and all other meetings, see the side bar … together with links to our Facebook pages and all sorts of online resources.

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)

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This week’s sermon – the story of Zacchaeus

November 20, 2018

For 2018, as we post each Sunday’s sermon on our Ministry website, we will post a link here on our main site, along with a few short questions to help you apply the word of God to your life in practical ways.

Do post any comments, reactions or questions on this post … everyone is welcome to join in the discussion 

Revd Tim’s sermon from Sunday October 28th, The Story of Zacchaeus, is now available. Simply click on the title for the link … if you weren’t able to come to church on Sunday, or if you would like to read through it again, do take a look.

Questions

1. Jesus already knew Zacchaeus’ name. What difference does it make to you that Jesus already knows everything about you?
2. Jesus asked to stay at Zacchaeus’ house. How does Jesus come into our lives today?
3. Zacchaeus called Jesus “Lord”. What does it mean for you to call Jesus Lord?

Turn your answers into prayer.

All our teaching materials are available at stbarnacles2.wordpress.com


Sermon – The Last Days

November 20, 2018

For 2018, as we post each Sunday’s sermon on our Ministry website, we will post a link here on our main site, along with a few short questions to help you apply the word of God to your life in practical ways.

Do post any comments, reactions or questions on this post … everyone is welcome to join in the discussion 

Revd Tim’s sermon from Sunday November 11th, The Last Days, is now available. Simply click on the title for the link … if you weren’t able to come to church that Sunday, or if you would like to read through it again, do take a look.

Questions

1. Why do we so often forget how much the Lord has given us?
2. How can we use the gifts that He gives us?
3. What does it mean for us to live truly thankful lives day by day?

Turn your answers into prayer.

All our teaching materials are available at stbarnacles2.wordpress.com


Open Church Project

November 13, 2018


Remembrance 100th Anniversary

November 12, 2018


First World War Memorial – biographies

November 12, 2018

On the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice, 100 years to the day that the ‘Great War to end all wars’ came to an end, Mary presented the church with a history of each of the names found on our handwritten Roll of Honour. It is the labour of many hours that took great dedication, and provides a valuable record of the lives of ordinary men and their role in that awful conflict.

The files are available to view at the front of church. Please do not remove the files, but if you would like copies of any of the documents, speak to Mary herself, who will be happy to provide copies or links to the source material.

We hope to make the histories available online, but for now, here is a sample … click on the image for the pdf. file


Craft Day – November

November 12, 2018


Coffee Morning – November

November 9, 2018