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An open, welcoming and affirming community

130 Years of Serving Christ in Siskiyou County

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church shares the love of God in an open, accepting, caring and welcoming community. Join us in person or online as we explore and strengthen our faith while serving others in Christ’s Name. Serving Mt. Shasta, Dunsmuir, McCloud, Weed, Lake Shastina, Yreka, and all of Siskiyou County.  

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St. Barnabas Welcomes our New Vicar!

Saint Barnabas Church is joyfully looking toward our own Deacon Mark Dibelka being ordained into the sacred order of priests on Saturday, July 20th.  His first worship service and Eucharist with us as Vicar will be on Sunday, July 21st at 10am.  Following worship we will have a welcome party in the Diridon Hall  to mark this momentous occasion. We welcome everyone from the Mt. Shasta community and beyond to join with us in celebration!

Photo: Deacon Mark at his Deconal Ordination with Rt. Rev. Megan Traqauir, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California.

The Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement

If it’s not about love, it’s not about God.”


A message about the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement from

 Most Rev. Michael Curry, 27th Bishop of the Episcopal Church

Our Statement of Diversity

We believe that our Christian faith and the teachings of Jesus require the rejection of racism in all forms. We confess and repent of our own participation in that toxic legacy insofar as we have harbored prejudice in our own hearts or unthinkingly benefitted from any form of racism in our own lives.

We believe God calls us to value and heed the voices of many marginalized communities in our denomination, such as (but not limited to) indigenous peoples, women, racial or ethnic minorities, individuals self-identifying as LGBTQIA+, veterans, individuals with disabilities, economically disadvantaged groups, first-generation immigrants, or people with any intersections of these descriptors. We are instructed by the scriptures to see all human beings as created in the image of God and equal before their Creator.

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