Sunday Services at 8:30 AM and 10:45 am
We know that Christmas can be a powerful time for feeling and wonder as we celebrate traditions and make new memories. However, we also know that it can be a time of deep pain because of losses we have experienced. When we feel the absence of people who meant so much to us, or when our hopes have been dashed, it can be painful for us to be around others at Christmas events. We will take time on Sunday, December 16 at 2:00 pm to give space to the blues of the season. Bring your prayers and we’ll share some quiet music, readings, and candles together.
St. Timothy’s Welcome Statement
"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.
Sunday Worship includes 8:30 am and 10:45 am services.
8:30 am - ELW services with choir and organ.
10:45 am - Celebrate services with the Celebrate band.
Upcoming Worship Focus
Reimagine Repentance and Forgiveness
John proclaims repentance and forgiveness. How can we imagine these concepts for our society? Lessons and Carols at 8:30 am!
Reimagine John the Baptist
John plays a crucial role in preparing for Christ’s coming among us. How do we see John in new perspective?
How do we see peace differently through the lens of Mary’s song?
Jesus’ family was important to him, and now he widens the circle of who is considered our family. One service at 9:30 am with communion, carols, and celebration.