Worship at St. Tim’s

We Gather in Christ to Strengthen and Serve

Worship Services

9:00am Dynamic Family Centered Child Friendly Service

This worship service celebrates the power of God at work in the life of children. There is no better way for children to learn of the love of God than in the midst of joyful worship. Worship lasts about 45 minutes, and is designed with families of young children in mind.

11:00am Joyful and Inclusive Service

A contemporary interpretation of the ancient liturgy of the Church. The sound of our worship band unites the congregation in worship with a blending of styles including hymns and sacred liturgical music, as well as contemporary and gospel praise songs.




Online Services

Spring/Summer 2020
As we practice social distancing in society for the better of those most vulnerable among us, we still gather together in community online, to seek and serve the Kingdom of God! Please join us!

What's The Point?

Exactly.

The Point is the hour between Sunday services for us to come together for:

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Worship

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Study

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Prayer

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Service

That is the point of why we are here.

Family Worship

We offer services and activities for growing families that worship together.

The Ark

Childcare for children up to five years of age is provided in the parish nursery, called the Ark, during worship services, classes, covenant groups, and other events.

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Godly Play

The parish's Sunday School program is called Godly Play. Godly Play is successfully used by several denominations in churches around the world.

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Youth

Friends, Fun & Fire (also known as FFF) is the youth group at St. Timothys. FFF meets during The Point between 10am and 11am on Sundays.

Upcoming Schedule

Preschool

St. Timothy’s Preschool is a play-based faith-inspired program that has supported parents and nurtured children since 1961.

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We believe children belong in worship. We try to design liturgy that fully integrates all participants in the worshiping life of our parish. Having to teach children why we do what we do in worship, forces us to be intentional. Children inspire us to remain fresh, relevant and alive in our expressions of worship.

Recent Sermons


March 8th, 2020
Second Sunday in Lent
The Rev. Joy Ludlow
March 1st, 2020
First Sunday in Lent
The Rev. Lisa McIndoo
February 23rd, 2020
Last Sunday after the Epiphany
The Rev. Lisa McIndoo
February 16th, 2020
Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany
The Rev. Lisa McIndoo