one Summer SERVICE on sundays at 9:30 AM
Sundae fun time is in full swing with two events remaining this summer. Join us for ice-cream, conversation, and activities on the dates below! Invite neighbors and friends—everyone is welcome.
Wednesday, July 18 at 6:30 pm
Come and join us on for a delicious ice cream sundae, then plan to stay and participate in a drum circle. Weather permitting we will drum in the backyard but, if not, we will drum in the choir room. Drumming has many health-based applications and is just plain fun for ALL AGES. There will be percussion instruments of many kinds. Our drumming leader will be Linda Melcher. Linda lives in the Como neighborhood just a couple of blocks from church. She has a doctorate in educational leadership along with years of experience. She develops and facilities the spiritual-based programs for Drum Superior and facilitates monthly drum circles in the Upper Midwest. Join us on Wednesday and give Linda a big St. Timothy WELCOME!!!
Wednesday, August 8 at 6:30 pm
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the August 8 event! Sundaes and Minute to Win It games in the backyard. Again, a fun time is planned for all. We hope you'll be around to join us.
Do You Have a Storytelling Topic for "Life According to Everybody"?
"Life According to Everybody" are storytelling events hosted by St. Timothy several times a year. These are opportunities for people to get together and hear short, real-life stories from people in our community. So far, our topics have been “Animal Stories” and “Through My Eyes.” What should be our topic for our Fall 2018 event? Camping stories? Our Role in the Environment? Neighbors? Your suggestions for storyteller topics at future events are welcome. Drop us a note and email us.
Summer Worship Schedule
Summer Worship from July 1 through September 2 will be one combined service at 9:30 am.
During the summer months our traditional and contemporary musicians are working together on planning one Sunday morning service. We invite you to join us for worship at 9:30 am between July 1 and September 2.
Upcoming Worship Focus
A Deserted Place
The people were like sheep without a shepherd, lost and looking for guidance. But first, Jesus needed a deserted place. Where do you go for solace?
Loaves and Fish
When a little boy offers five loaves and two fish, it’s enough in Jesus’ hands to feed a crowd. Tori Remer, our youth mentor, will be our guest preacher today.
When Complaining Helps
The Lord heard the complaining of hungry people in the wilderness and rained “bread from heaven.” How do we receive bread from heaven now?
In our scriptures today, Elijah receives nourishment in his time of need, and Jesus promises to be living bread to sustain us.
Bread from Heaven
In many instances, God sustains people with gifts of heavenly bread. How do we receive and share that?
To Whom Can We Go?
When the crowds had all left Jesus, he asked if the disciples would leave as well. Peter said, “To whom can we go?” How do you hear words of eternal life?
Hearing and Doing
We strive not just to hear but to do God’s word in our lives every day.