Sunday Worship

We pray you find worshiping at St. Timothy’s an ever-deepening

experience of the transformative love of God.


Worship is at the heart of life at St. Timothy’s. Every Sunday we gather to be nourished by God’s Word, to hear practical biblical messages, to pray for the needs of the world, to receive a personal blessing or communion (Jesus' Body and Blood), and to be sent forth to share God’s love in the world. These are the core elements of worship, through which we are united with God, with one another, and with the communion of the faithful.


As Episcopalians we worship according to The Book of Common Prayer. Depending upon the liturgical season, we use either the modern language liturgy (Rite II) or the older language liturgy (Rite I). The service music reflects the theme of the lectionary readings for each Sunday, with hymns and chants sung by the congregation and led by the choir and organ. At St. Timothy’s we strive to explore the breadth of worship in the Episcopal tradition throughout the church year. Prayers for healing are offered during the serving of communion.

 

At 9:00, our priest gathers with children ages 3-12 for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd,a Montessori based spiritual formation program.

 

Occasionally, adult formation classes are offered on Sunday mornings or during the week.

 

Following the 10:30 service we gather for refreshments and fellowship.