Special Services

HOLY WEEK SERVICES 2022

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Sunday of
the Passion
(Palm Sunday
)

Monday
of the
Holy Week

04/10 10:30AM

04/11
6:00PM

Maundy Thursday with Foot Washing

Good Friday

04/14
6:00PM

04/15
6:00PM

Easter
Sunday

04/17
10:30

Worship Ministry Opportunities

Communal worship is at the heart of our life together as a Christian community. It takes many hands to make our beautiful liturgy come together each week – the word liturgy means “the work of the people.” Our smaller size means chances for everyone to serve on Sunday morning. Find your place with one of the opportunities!

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Altar Servants

At each service, an Acolyte bears the cross during the processional and helps the priest set the table for communion. A Lay Eucharistic Minister helps the priest distribute the wine of Holy Communion.

 

To serve as an Acolyte or Lay Eucharistic Minister, please contact Deacon Margaret.

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Lectors

The first part of our Sunday service is built on hearing the Word of the Lord as set forth in the Bible. The lector reads aloud to the congregation two readings and introduces the Psalm. Commitment is approximately one Sunday every six weeks. Contact Deacon Margaret to serve as a lay reader.

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Choir

The St. Timothy's choir is small but mighty! No formal musical knowledge or training is required to join. The choir practices on Sunday mornings at 10 and on Wednesdays at 6PM (except in summer months). The choir prepares a special anthem for Sunday services. Contact Elaine Sandberg to join the choir.

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Altar and Flower Guilds

The Flower Guild creates arrangements for display at the altar for Sunday services. The commitment for both ministries is approximately one Sunday per month. Contact Deacon Margaret for more information.

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Ushers

The Ushers greet those who come to services and manage traffic flow during the service. Contact Deacon Margaret to help with this ministry.

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Lay Eucharistic Visitors

Though we are many, we are one body. This is symbolized by the bearing of the consecrated host (bread & wine) from the service to those members of our congregation who are unable to attend worship in person due to infirmity. Contact Rev. Alice to help with this ministry.