|The Church of St. Barbara|
|Architectural style||Spanish Baroque Revival|
|Town or city||Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York|
|Client||Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Helmle and Huberty|
The Church of St. Barbara is a Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, located in northern Brooklyn, New York, in the Bushwick-Ridgewood neighborhood. The parish was established as a national parish to serve the German Catholic community, which later became Italian and then Hispanic by the 1960s.
The church was built 1910 to the designs of the architectural firm of Helmle and Huberty. The AIA Guide to New York City wrote that the parish was "named not only for the saint but for the brewer Leonard Eppig's little daughter Barbara — Eppig contributed to the parish. Nearby St. Leonard's had a similar history of naming."