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Jesus on the Cross - Stained glass window above the altar at St Barnabas Church
  Sunday:  8:30am Holy Eucharist  
    10:00am Family Communion  
  1st Sun. only  6:00pm Informal Worship  
  Wednesday: 10:30am Holy Eucharist  
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Contact Us

The Reverend Canon Dr. Ian Davies
The New Vicarage
59a Victoria Road

Tel: 01792 874286

If you would like to contact us so that we can be of support to you, whether you would like to meet with Ian to discuss a baptism or wedding, or simply to say hello, please use the email link below.

You may also contact Ian using the postal and telephone contact details above.

Please feel free to email Ian directly, all communication from this email will be sent directly to Ian and will be held in the strictest confidence.


How to Find Us

Please click the image above to move to MultiMap website, an online and interactive map of how to find us. You can even enter your destination and it will plot a route directly to the church. 

  View the photo gallery and explore this tranquil and peaceful 19th century church. All photographs are available for sale through our online Gift Shop.  
  Would you like to learn more about who Jesus is? The best place to learn is from the Bible. To help you, we have put together material about the Son of God, the Messiah: Jesus Christ.  
  Our online store will have
photographs, CDs and
a range of products to
help support our church.

  Sermons are delivered at
St. Barnabas every week
and they form part of our
worship and praise. You can 'take part' in our services at home by accessing our library of past sermons.

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