In the Catechism, we recognize that "the duty of all Christians is to follow Christ; to come together week by week for corporate worship; and to work, pray, and give for the spread of the kingdom of God." The
St. Timothy's community strives to support and empower one another as we strengthen our understanding of what it means to walk in our world as Christians and as we grow in our personal relationships with Christ.
Our current group formation offerings are listed below; all are welcome to join!
If you would like a tutorial on Zoom in order to participate, please reach out to Angie in the church office.
"Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts."- Colossians 3:16
A study of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s new book, Love is the Way, will take place on Tuesdays from 12:00-12:45PM during Lent (February 23 – March 23).
The book explains Curry’s focus on love as a way of life in our faith and in our everyday relationships with all peoples. Books are available on Amazon. If you need financial assistance to purchase the book, please reach out to Alice.
Sponsored by St. Timothy’s Daughters of the King, Elaine Sandberg will lead the discussion. Please reach out to Elaine for the zoom link to join the discussion! (email@example.com ).
Centering Prayer Group
This weekly prayer group will meet on Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Zoom beginning Wednesday, February 24th. We welcome all who are curious about centering prayer, old pros at this method of prayer, and those simply drawn to seek God in silence.
We will read Thomas Keating’s Open Mind, Open Heart 20th Anniversary Edition (purchase on Amazon here). If you need assistance to purchase the book, please reach out to Alice. Email Hanna Wilson to receive the Zoom link and join this group.
Day by Day
Forward Day by Day offers prayer on the go -- daily spiritual practices for busy people. The paper copy includes a daily meditation, the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, and a “moving forward” practice. The handy app also includes Morning, Noon, Evening Prayer and Compline from the Book of Common Prayer, and the daily scripture readings from the lectionary.
Pick up a free copy of this Lenten devotional in the foyer, have Angie mail you one, or download the app ($6.99 at the App Store).