ADVENT 2013 FAMILY SUNDAY
A Message from the Rector
During the four weeks of Advent we long for God to mend, heal and restore our fragile lives and broken world. On Christmas our longing is fulfilled as we celebrate that God has come to make a home in the midst of our brokenness, and therefore even the most desperate situation is not hopeless. Regardless of your faith background, we invite you to join us to celebrate the divine love that became flesh in Jesus. Come and celebrate that the light has come into the darkness and the darkness will never overcome it.
At St. Timothy's we are a people on a journey, each of us with our own unique story. We come from different religious, political and socio-economic backgrounds.
We are a flawed people who gather at a common table. It is a table where our differences disappear and we dine on compassion, forgiveness and mercy.
We know that the love of God binds us together, and we believe it is our calling to show this love to the world in thought, word and deed.
Our mission is to restore and deepen every human being's relationship with God and each other in Christ.
Regardless of where you are in your faith journey, we would love to have you join us in this work.
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Founded in 1956, St. Timothy's is a congregation in the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio, which is a part of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America and the worldwide Anglican Communion. We have approximately a thousand members.
Roger S. Greene
Rector of St. Timothy's
The mission of St. Timothy's is to restore and deepen every human being's relationship with God and each other in Christ.