St. Barnabas Deaf Church

C/O Church of the Ascension

205 S. Summit Ave

Gaithersburg, MD 20877

NOTE: we meet in the white chapel on corner of 355 and Summit Ave (not the big red brick church)

We meet at chapel at 10 AM most Sundays. However, on months where there are five Sundays, on the fifth Sunday we join Ascension (in the big red brick church) at 10 AM with an ASL interpreter. We will announce exceptions to this schedule in our

Through May 16, 2020, we are meeting via Zoom. To get the recurring Zoom meeting invite, subscribe to our e-newsletter.

St. Barnabas would like to announce that services for the Rev. Jay Croft will be held on April 15, at 1:00PM.

You will be sent a livestream link and a password closer to the date. (This additional step is necessary to preserve cybersecurity).

You are welcome to continue to invite friends, colleagues, and fellow churchmembers to the services. They may add their information here.

Please let us know if you have any questions about this service- we know it's the first time most of us have attended services via livestream. We would recommend that you download Zoom and consider attending a trial meeting to become familiar with the service if you have not used it yet. Here's a helpful guide to Getting Started.

Thank you so much for letting us know you would like to join us to celebrate Jay's life and service. We look forward to "seeing" you on April 15th.

God's peace,

Mother Libby

Welcome to our church, a mission within the the Episcopal Diocese of Washington. ASL is the primary language.

The Rev. Elizabeth "Libby" Bagioni, Priest-In-Charge

Our Partners in Deaf Ministry:

Church of the Ascension our host church

Episcopal Conference of the Deaf serves as a central clearing house concerning all aspects of work among Deaf people in the Episcopal Church.

National Cathedral offers ASL interpreters upon request, and regularly on Christmas Eve, Christmas and Easter.

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