Welcome to St. Timothy
One Summer Service at 9:30 am from May 26 – September 1
Still Waters: A New Contemplative Space for Prayer and Meditation
In a noisy, restless world, how do we hear the small, still voice that calls us children of God and invites us to live in that grace?
"Be still and know that I am God." (Psalm 46)
Still Waters is a half-hour contemplative space that weaves together a reading, prayer, and centering music with a time of meditation. We can enter into a space of peace to be still and present with God's sustaining, unifying presence that leads us beside still waters. (Psalm 23)
Summer Worship Schedule
Our summer worship schedule will have one worship service at 9:30 am from May 26 through September 1. Our musicians are working together on a variety of services, with a fusion of all the talents and leadership of the musicians in a welcoming format.
Upcoming Worship Focus
God's Spirit creates, sustains, guides, and energizes for new life. Pentecost gives us a chance to the diverse gifts of the Spirit here and now.
The very nature of our triune God is relationship–three-in-one and one-in-three. What does that mean for our relationships?
Ready to Be Found
God is ready to be found by us, but we can find it strange and unsettling, like the people did when Jesus healed a man named Legion. How are you seeking?
Freedom and Serving
When Jesus calls disciples to follow, they keep learning what it means to live in freedom as servants. What do we learn of this?
This summer we will meet monthly at 1:00 pm in the Fireside Room on the following Wednesdays: June 12, July 10, and August 14. We will study the gospel of Luke. All are welcome to join us! Bring your insights, questions, and daily life.
St. Timothy is a Reconciling in Christ Congregation
"There is no longer Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male and female...for you are all one in Christ" (Galatians 3:28).
St. Timothy is a Reconciling in Christ Congregation, actively welcoming all to join in the journey of seeking to love God with our whole being, and our neighbors as ourselves. We acknowledge that we have fallen short of this and need ongoing reconciliation. We welcome people of every gender identity and sexual orientation, as well as others who are marginalized. As a congregation, we affirm that all are created in the image of God and we seek to restore all relationships and to grow together in understanding God's love for all.