SERVICEs at 8:30 AM and 10:45 am
Godspeed and Blessings for Pastor Ruth
Last Sunday we said Godspeed and thanks to Pastor Ruth. If you couldn’t join us or would like to relive the day, here are some of the highlights of Pastor Ruth's last Sunday at St. Timothy, including her wonderful sermon. Enjoy!
(If you'd like watch the video on Vimeo, you can jump to the time-coded sections. For an audio version of Pastor Ruth's sermon, please click here.)
Join us for sundaes and musical treats Disney-style! Our first Sundaes on Wednesday event for the neighborhood will be on Wednesday, June 20 beginning at 6:30 pm. As a summer kick-off we will also have a Disney-themed musical event that evening, "The Magic of Disney." Musicians from our community will perform their favorite Disney songs. Expect a ton of fun! The event is family-friendly and free. We'll start with sundaes at 6:30 pm, followed by the concert at 7:00 pm.
Do You Have a Storytelling Topic for "Life According to Everybody"?
"Life According to Everybody" are storytelling events hosted by St. Timothy twice 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
Our summer worship schedule will continue with worship at 8:30 am and 10:45 am through June. Worship from July 1 through September 2 will be one combined service at 9:30 am.
Our musicians are working together on planning these services with involvement from others, so we are excited and invite you to look for more summer plans in the coming weeks!
Upcoming Worship Focus
We invite you to join us for worship on Sunday mornings. All are welcome!
Our 8:30 am service is a traditional worship service with organ and choir music. The 10:45 am worship service is a contemporary service led by the Celebrate worship band.
Treasure in clay jars
Even though we are fragile human beings, God entrusts us with the power of the Gospel, revealing again how God works in mysterious ways.
So We Do Not Lose Heart
The scriptures today from Genesis and Mark show some of the struggles of family life. Yes, even in Biblical times there was family struggle. We are realistic, yet we do not lose heart, says Paul.
Jesus often spoke like a farmer about seeds, growth, and change. How and what can we learn about God’s good news from what grows around us, and in us? Today we welcome the Rev. Merlin Schlichting to lead us in worship.
God with Us in the Storm
When we face the storms of life, Jesus is right there with us. Sometimes he doesn't do what we want when we want it, and sometimes he does more than we ask. He stills the storm and gives us peace. Today we welcome the Rev. Nancy Koester to lead our worship services.