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Barnabas is so much more than a place.  We’re a growing community of people who love to sow into the organization.

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It takes many seeds to plant a garden.


There are so many opportunities to be part of a ‘seed-planting’ community like Barnabas’. 

Some people come and give of their time, offering their gifts in a multitude of ways (see Get Involved section).  Others sow in by praying for the beautiful Kingdom work that happens.  We cannot overstate the value of this to the ministry of Barnabas.  Another beautiful and practical way we see Barnabas continuing to grow is through ongoing gifts of finances.  While Barnabas’ guest fees contribute significantly towards the cost of hosting conferences and retreats throughout the year, there are many other costs associated with the operations of the ministry. 

We are so thankful for those who currently support Barnabas and would be delighted to welcome you into this journey with us, in whatever way you are able to participate. If you would prefer to speak to someone in person, please call the office at 778-200-3553.

Some examples of items that run beyond Barnabas’ general conferencing costs:

  • Boating and transportation of supplies & volunteers
  • Farming vegetation and livestock
  • Hosting volunteers including accommodations & food
  • Furnishing upgrades & property improvements
  • Maintenance and replacement parts for heavy equipment & vehicles
  • Onsite fuel & utility costs, including delivery to the island

If you would like to donate directly to The Station project please contact our bookkeeper at accounting@barnabaslanding.com. To read more about our current capital project, see The Station section.

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Get Involved

Get Involved

We are always looking for amazing people to partner with us, check out our volunteer and summer staff opportunities.
Get Involved

The Station

The Station

Read more about our most ambitious building project yet. The Station will become the new hub of activity at Barnabas Landing.
The Station