“St. B’s is Family” reflects our understanding of what it means to love, care for, and accept one another—warts and all.
We strive to own what N. T. Wright calls in Acts, “the new family,” a healthy fellowship that is deeper than
the friendships that draw us together, forged not through our own efforts, but because of what God
has done in Christ and continues doing among us through the power of the Holy Spirit. Whether on the porch after services, around a bonfire on Epiphany, with strawberry shortcake at Pentecost, through a garden game on St. B's day, with our pets at the Animal Blessing, or in a pew for the Family Christmas concert, we love to celebrate together.