St. Barnabas Episcopal Church is supported by generosity of members of our congregation and our wider community. The Gothic Revival structure was built 100 years ago and contributes to the town's designation on the National Register of Historic Places. The parish strives to maintain this beautiful connection to the past. Our parish hall is a meeting place for community groups and our labyrinth and memorial gardens offer a quiet respite for meditation. Located directly on the Appalachian Trail, we extend hospitality to hikers throughout the summer. We gather to worship on Sunday and disperse with the benediction of our priest to "Go in peace to love and serve the Lord."
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