8:00 am Spoken Service of Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:00 am (Labor Day through Memorial Day) and Formation for all ages
10:15 am Holy Eucharist Rite II with singing
Our Sunday mornings offer two beautiful worship opportunities and, from Labor Day to Memorial Day, an hour of education for all ages.Read More »
Music is one of the many ways that we add beauty and meaning to our worship and our celebration as a faith community. Under the leadership of our music director Peter Woodruff, St. Timothy's is blessed with several different opportunities to offer or benefit from the gift of song.
Do you or someone in your family sing or play an instrument of any kind? Your gift of music is we…Read More »
Find links to this Sunday's service live, or any of our past services in our archives.
Our 10:15 service is also available via Facebook Live and on the website afterward.Read More »
The word baptize means to immerse but no one goes underwater in a baptism at St. Timothy's. Instead, through the power of the Holy Spirit, we gather as a community to use a small amount of water to celebrate the sacrament of baptism in which we pledge to immerse the person being baptized into the community of the church and the life of Christ. If you, or someone you know, are i…Read More »
Yes, we do rent the chapel but we do way more than that. St. Timothy's is a wonderful community to support any person at any time in their life. We are particularly good at supporting young families as they find their way in the world.
If you are considering getting married, consider what community you will have to support you in that marriage. Maybe it can be St. Timothy's. …Read More »
I am Resurrection and I am Life, says the Lord. Whoever has faith in me shall have life even though he die. (BCP p. 491)
The community of St. Timothy's is ready to
support you when death happens in your family. We want to help you
through this important and difficult time, whether that means planning
ahead or planning when a loved one dies.
The documents provided can h…Read More »
There are dozens of people each Sunday that make worship happen. Some of them, like the Altar Guild, work behind the scenes to make sure everything is set up just right for each service, while others, like our Greeters, are the first person you might see when you arrive. All of the volunteers are seeking to make worship beautiful, approachable, and meaningful, each and every we…Read More »
We want to pray with and for you. At your request, prayer requests may be prayed aloud during services and/or included in the intercessory prayers of the Daughters of the King, Magdalene Chapter. All prayer requests for the DOK are confidential.Read More »