Leadership

Being an Episcopal Church means that we are organized under the leadership of a bishop (“episkopoi” in Greek) within a geographic area, or diocese. The Offices of the Episcopal Diocese of New York are located on the grounds of The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City.

Bishops

As a member parish in the Episcopal Diocese of New York we are under the authority and guidance of our Diocesan Bishop, The Rt. Rev. Andrew M.L. Dietsche, along with the Bishop Suffragan, The Rt. Rev. Allen K. Shin and Assistant Bishop The Rt. Rev. Mary Glasspool.

Clergy 

In December we welcomed the Rev. Gareth Evans as our new rector!
 
Gareth was, most recently the rector of The Church of the Good Shepherd in Acton, Massachusetts where he demonstrated a deep commitment to pastoral care, congregational development, and leadership with a positive vision, good humor, and a certain amount of British flair.  Ordained in 1996, Gareth brings more than 20 years of parish experience, having served in five churches in both the Church of England and the Diocese of Massachusetts.  His experience nurturing the spiritual development of both adults and children promises to be a vital part of St. Barnabas’ future. Gareth brings his significant leadership experience, a depth of reverence in worship and an accessible preaching style to the life of St. Barnabas’ Church. We are delighted that he and his family are here!

Office Hours:
Drop-in Hours: Wednesday 2:00-5:00 pm

Available for appointment or pastoral care:
Call the office on 914-591-8194 or email rector@stbarnabaschurch.org.
The rector’s sabbath day is Monday, beginning at sundown on Sunday night.

Staff

Mr. Donald Butt, Organist and Choirmaster dgbutt@aol.com
Ms. Sue Stanley, Administrator suestanley@gmail.com
Ms. Susan Brunenavs susan.brunenavs@gmail.com
Mr. Ron Lillo, Sexton

Proposed Vestry

Vestry-Candidates-012719-Notice

Current Vestry