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#EatTogether - 2017 Annual Meeting

And Eat Together we did!  We had a huge crowd (120) at the Annual Meeting and Potluck Supper last Sunday evening. Thanks to all the people who helped with the set up and clean up of the supper. We approved the 2017 budget and elected the vestry members and Convention delegates.  The group also enjoyed a short video clip of St. Tim’s parishioners of all ages sharing what they LOVE about St. Timothy’s. Watch it again or for the first time by clicking on the video at left.

Preachers find it hard to simply invite people into a relationship with God that is elusive and full of paradox. Therefore, we try to reduce everything—including God—to something that is fixed and manageable.
— The Rev. Roger S. Greene


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from THE RECTOR'S most recent BLOG


Dialogues Along The Way

Check out our new Lent series: Dialogues Along The Way. As Christians we are called to love our neighbors as ourselves (Mark 12:31) and as Episcopalians we make a covenant at baptism to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves. What does this mean for us to give and experience this extraordinary love? Join us for a series of dialogues as we explore this more deeply.


The Forum: Taking a Risk in Ministry

Join us for inspiring stories and practical tips from the Rev. Carey Dougherty Chirico this Sunday, February 19 at 10 am in the Parish Hall. Deacon Carey is the developer of the Girls In Real Life (GIRL) program as well as a large feeding ministry which focuses on the distribution of fresh foods called, The Table. A Deacon in the Diocese of Virginia, Carey will discuss how these ministries came into being as she encourages us to explore the rewards of Taking a Risk in Ministry. Read more about future Forum topics by clicking here.

The Rev. Carey D. Chirico assisting the Rev. Pere Frantz Cole with baptism at Notre Dame d'Annonciation parish in Haiti

The Rev. Carey D. Chirico assisting the Rev. Pere Frantz Cole with baptism at Notre Dame d'Annonciation parish in Haiti


playful dialogue: Family Game Night at Clifton UMC

Join us on Saturday, February 25 at 7:00 pm as we take our popular Family Game Night to the Clifton United Methodist Church. This event is part of St. Timothy's and Clifton UMC's participation with the Cincinnati Community Coalition (CCC). Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come enjoy the fellowship and fun with our neighbors in Clifton. For more information click here.


February 22 - Introductions to three faith traditions

Our interfaith dialogue 2017 series begins Wednesday, February 22 at 7 pm in the Parish Hall as we welcome our neighbors from the Hindu Temple and Clifton Mosque for an introduction to the Christian, Hindu and Muslim faiths. The evening begins with a brief presentation from each faith community and continues with small group discussions and a tour of our worship space. Join us as we welcome our neighbors and celebrate understanding, diversity, and relationship through interfaith dialogue. For more information click here.


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Sunday Schedule and Service Times
8:00 a.m.  The Holy Eucharist
9:00 a.m.  Family Eucharist
11:15 a.m.  The Holy Eucharist
5:00 p.m.  The Holy Eucharist

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The Holy Eucharist
Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.

Devotions & Prayers, Mon - Fri at Noon
Incense and candlelight for 10 minutes of quiet meditation followed by readings and prayer.


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