Saturday

  5:30 pm Worship Service

Sunday

8:00 am Quiet Communion 8:30 am Fellowship
9:00 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service

 











All Are Welcome

2017.  This a special year in the Lutheran world.  In 1517 the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther posted 95 Theses on the Castle Church door (the local bulletin board) asking for specific issues to be addressed within the Church.  In subsequent years it came to be known as The Reformation.  However, this process began before Martin and continues long after him.  In this tradition of question asking and truth seeking we stand without apology.  The focus of our worship is a loving God present and active within the community and creation.  You are invited to experience the Grace and Love of God here in this place!  the Church is always reforming... and you are part of that ongoing event!

We follow a liturgical pattern of worship and the Revised Common Lectionary.  The sacraments are administered and the Gospel is proclaimed each week,  but more importantly, the Gospel is lived out through the people who call St. Timothy home.  Stewardship is our response to the Grace of God which comes as a free and undeserved gift!  We will only be stronger when your voice is added to the song.  Come and make a joyful noise with us.  Come and find ways to be of service.  Come and learn, laugh and love your way into a new year.   We are all claimed, gathered and sent out in service.  Come and join us!  All Are Welcome!  

God's Peace,

Pastor Lewis A. Groce

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Click here for a link to Pastor Groce's sermon from July 2nd. Please visit the St Timothy Facebook page here to link to weekly postings of sermons and other events. You may find all sermons here.

 

Readings for October 22, 2017: Isaiah 45:1-7, Psalm 96:1-9 [10-13],
1 Thessalonians 1:1-10, Matthew 22:15-22

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