Confirmation Class: Confirmation is offered to students in the 8th grade and above. To learn more about Adult Confirmation or being received into the Episcopal church please contact the rector at

Nursery: Linda Pierpont,

Nursery care provided during the 10:00 am service.

Sunday School: Fran Bean & Carolin Doyle,

Children, Kindergarten through 7th grade, are encouraged to attend our Sunday School which begins at 9:45 am on Sundays during the school year.


Food Pantries: We actively support two local food pantries. Community Food Pantry Sleepy Hollow/Tarrytown – Barbara Mahoney, and San Andres Episcopal Church in Yonkers – Pam Mitchell,

Midnight Run: Join this team to prepare sandwiches and/or deliver them to homeless men and women on the streets of New York City – Jean Sears,

Outreach Clothing Sale (November) & Vintage Sale (Summer): St. Barnabas has donated over $960,000 to charitable organizations as a direct result of our clothing sales. You can volunteer to help before and/or during our sales. We need help sorting incoming clothing during the year, setting up and running the sales. You can also help by donating your gently used clothing and accessories – Linda Pierpont, and Cathy Hansen,

Outreach Clothing Sale Grant Committee:  The annual grant committee organizes and reviews grant requests submitted by parishioners for the proceeds of the clothing sale – Hanna Gyory, Chair,

Pastoral Care Committee: This ministry stands ready to visit and assist parishioners in need of spiritual, social or practical assistance; on-call for communion, prayer, transportation and visitation – The Rector at or Barbara Wright, Coordinator,

Refugee Family Resettlement Support:  St. Barnabas parishioners support refugee families who are being resettled in the NY tri-state area. If you are interested in volunteering to help these families find a better life in our country, let us know – Barbara Wright,

REPAIR: REPAIR stands for Rivertowns Episcopal Parishes Action on Inclusion and Race, and is an inter-parish organization dedicated to racial inclusion and justice –  – Karl Weber,



Pathways to Worship: More information

Altar Guild: Sarah Gardner,

The Altar Guild makes the Church ready for services every week, as well as for weddings, funerals and baptisms.  We oversee the beautiful transformation of our worship space at Christmas and Easter and the more austere transformation at Lent.  We also care for the vestments, linens and sacred objects that we use in our worship services, as well as overseeing two complete cleanings of the Church every year.

Choirs:  Jesse Goldberg, Our adult choir welcomes anyone in the parish who wishes to sing! The choir rehearses at 9:15 am on Sundays for the 10:00 am service.

Coffee Hour/Hospitality:  Linda Pierpont,

Sign up to donate coffee-hour refreshments for adults and children during one of our fellowship coffee hours in Colwell Hall. Coffee hours are held every Sunday after the 10:00 am service.

Lectors & Acolytes: Barbara Wright,  Volunteers serve as lectors (readers) and acolytes during the worship services.

Ushers: & Greeters Barbara Wright,  Welcome people attending the service, distribute bulletins and assist throughout the service.