Announcements

For all announcement submissions use the “Shared Announcement” document by following the instructions provided at this link . Deadline is Tuesdays 3:00 pm
 
For all announcement submissions use the “Shared Announcement” document by following the instructions provided at this link . Deadline is Tuesdays 3:00pm

Mark Your Calendars

 

  • Saturday, May 6: St. Tim’s Rummage Sale
  • Saturday & Sunday, May 6 – 7, 2017: 3rd Annual Beautiful Day
  • Sunday, June 4, Pentecost – Single service with BBQ
  • Sunday, June 11 – Trinity Sunday


Beautiful Day 2017

Did you hear that?  The Lord is calling you to be the hands and face of Christ in the world!

Save the Date – 3rd Annual Beautiful Day on May 6 – 7, 2017. Visit the Beautiful Day page to sign up or donate [Beautiful Day]

Thank you for all the support at our Kick-off Meeting!  The group agreed to take the lead on projects at Graham Middle School.  Many thanks to Teresa Baker, Marc Miller, Leona Pearce, Shelly Hausman and Joanna Shreve for volunteering to help plan the event. We are still looking for partners to team up and work on murals and giving the teacher patio a make-over.  Come  join us!  All are welcome at our next meeting on Sunday, Feb 12.


VBC - Hero Central

July 31 through Aug 4th

Kids will have awesome adventures alongside some of their favorite Bible heroes and discover the qualities that make us truly heroic in God. Campers will enjoy epic music, spectacular science, crafty crafts, heroic recreation, and fantastic Bible stories while discovering their strength in God!

We welcome all campers ages 3.5 – 11.  Camp runs 9:00am – noon M-F

Early bird registration cost is $75 if you register by June 15th.

Late registration June 16th through July 26 is $85 per camper.

Teen helpers ages 12-18 are free.

* View the Event page!*

 


Search Committee Update

Rector Search

We are excited to announce that the Rector Search is officially underway.  The position has been posted by our Diocese and can now be seen by Episcopal clergy across the country who are seeking a Rector position. Our Parish Profile has also been posted on our website.  This was a group effort, from taking the survey and participating in the discovery session to taking photos and video to drafting, reviewing, editing, and formatting!!  Many, many thanks to EVERYONE that contributed to the Profile!

The Search Committee will now begin accepting and reviewing resumes.  During this period, we ask that everyone respect our need for confidentiality.  The members of the Search Committee are not allowed to discuss any aspect of the review process until we present three to five candidates to the vestry for final interviews.  We ask for your continued prayers for clarity to discern who the Lord has called as our next Rector.

For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the LORD, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.        ~ Jeremiah 29:11


Preschool News

Summer @ St. Tim’s

Summer Camp registration is now open!

Families can enroll in 1, 2 or all 3 weeks. Each week is a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and the fee is $110 per week. Camp runs 9:00am to noon. Please contact Teacher Janet if you are interested.


Ongoing Ministries

 Amazon Smile – Supporting St. Timothy’s

Amazon Smile will donate 0.5% of your shopping cart to St. Timothy’s.  Just go to http://smile.amazon.com.  The first time you use it, you’ll be prompted to choose a charity (pick St. Timothy’s as your charity).  Every time you shop using smile.amazon.com, your selected charity will get $1 out of every $200 you spend.


End of Year Statements

End of year statements can be picked up in the Nave. For an email copy, email the parish administrator


Kaleidoscope Bible Study Thursday Evenings

Bill Shreve and Mary Ann Plano are leading a Bible study on Thursday nights from February 2 through March 2 at 7:15pm in the Guild Room at St. Tim’s. This class  uses the Kaleidoscope Bible Study technique to take an in-depth look at the Gospel reading for the week.  You don’t need to be an expert for this type of study. There is no pre-reading and no homework. Just come as you are. There is no long term commitment, and each weekly study stands on its own.


A special opportunity: The Episcopal Church in Almaden

The Episcopal Church in Almaden will be a daytime warming center for the 15 medically fragile, homeless women. Our warming center will operate 7 days per week from 7am until 7pm…so we will need help from our brothers and sisters in other churches for staffing.  There are two-hour shifts for volunteers throughout each 12-hour day. The main task of the volunteer is to be present. Having conversations, doing puzzles, working on projects and sitting down to a meal with guests are also opportunities to do something that makes a difference in the lives of some individuals. Sign up online  or on our website  (sign up is on the right sidebar.) Contact Bonnie McPherson for more information or questions.


Sign-ups for Flower Dedications

2017 has arrived and we are welcoming new sign-ups for flower dedications. This is a great way to honor birthdays, anniversaries, memorials, etc. while supporting our Altar Guild.    Please sign up on the chart located on the inside of our front doors.  You will be contacted for what you would like the dedication to read.  We are increasing the suggested donation due to the rising cost of flowers. Please know that this is a DONATION so any amount will be welcomed.  More than one person may sign up for any particular week.