Welcome to St. Timothy
Sunday Services at 8:30 am and 10:45 am
Wednesday Bible Study
Join us for Bible Study every Wednesday at 1 PM in the Fireside Room. We are currently studying the book of Acts and will begin with Acts 4:13 on Wednesday, May 8. This study is open to all, and we have good conversation together. Come and give it a try!
Taco Tuesday & Movie Night
Join the Reconciling in Christ committee at St. Tim’s on Tuesday, May 14 at 6:00 pm for a taco dinner and screening of the International Emmy Award-winning, British television movie Man in an Orange Shirt (with post-screening discussion).
Two entwined yet separate stories illustrate the very different challenges to happiness for two gay couples in England – Michael and Thomas in the aftermath of World War II and Adam and Steve in the present day. Although they are set decades apart, the two stories are linked by family and a painting that holds a secret that is carried down from one generation to the next. Scripted by best-selling novelist Patrick Gale, the program features Vanessa Redgrave as a grandmother struggling with her relationship with her gay grandson.
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. The Reconciling In Christ committee believes this movie will help us and the congregation along on our journey of ongoing reconciliation.
Sunday Worship includes 8:30 am and 10:45 am services.
8:30 am - Traditional services with choir and organ.
10:45 am - Celebrate services in a contemporary style with the Celebrate band.
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 the musicians in a welcoming format.
In addition, we'll be trying a new experience on Sunday evenings at 5:00 pm starting on June 2 with a variety of Holden Evening Prayer times, Taizé contemplative music, and other shorter services. Look for more information in the coming weeks!
Upcoming Worship Focus
Why Don't I Get This?
Whenever Jesus appears in scripture, people's usual understanding can't keep up. There's good news here for us!
A Sheep-herding Lamb
These scriptures mix metaphors to show us God’s care for us, and call us to share shepherd-love even in the presence of our enemies.
A New Commandment
In preparation of the Passion, Jesus tells us to love one another. It sounds easy, but what is the greater significance of this commandment?
For the Healing of the Nations
Revelation promises an eternity of healing in the presence of God. What does that mean for us now?
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.