The Parish Council, led by the priest, meet monthly to review the operational, financial and business aspects of St. Barnabas and regularly report ideas and plans to the congregation for voting and possible adoption.
St. Barnabas is spiritually led by its Clergy and the Antiochian Orthodox Chrisitian Archdiocese. The Parish Council supports the operational and business matters of the Church representing the congregation.
The Men's and Women's Groups of St. Barnabas are comprised of men and women of the parish and interested participants. Meetings and events are held periodically by each group.
The Men's and Women's Groups of St. Barnabas exist to provide spirtiual support, fellowship and perform Good Works in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
The Church School of St. Barnabas, consisting of volunteer teachers, provides K through grade 12 children with teachings of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and how to live their daily lives as Orthodox Christians.
The St. Barnabas Church School program provides young people with informaiton and lessons from the Orthodox Christian faith and provides tools to deal with societal challenges.
St. Barnabas parishoners have the opportunity to serve needy community organizations and prison ministries to help those less fortunate.
St. Barnabas Church actively supports certain organizations and individuals in need through commitment of time, financial and spiritual resources.
Church cleaning and grounds beautification assistance is frequently provided by the St. Barnabas parishoners.
Much of the ongoing support required for St. Barnabas operation comes from the help of its congregation.
Continual learning in the Orthodox Faith is necessary to maintain a close relationship to Jesus Christ and spiritual awareness. Regular Bible reading and participation in discussion groups help to support this objective.
St. Barnabas offers various forms of Bible Study for those unfamiliar with the Orthodox Christian faith through its Pathfinder's Class and in special topical faith-based discussions.