The Forum

Every Sunday from August 27 through November 19, a forum for fellowship and learning will be offered in the Parish Hall between the 9:00 and 11:15 am worship services. The Forum will include speakers, videos, fellowship games such as Family Feud just for fun, and more. Please join us!  For more information, contact Roger Greene.

We begin The Forum series this fall with an introduction to the Book of Exodus from The Rev. Dr. Walter Brueggemann, followed by an invitation to a free listening movement. We will hear about what it takes to raise our children and youth in the faith, hear from The Rev. Troy Jackson on the ways in which the Book of Exodus define the AMOS Project, and be introduced to a new outreach program of tutoring both adults and students. Don't miss these presentations and discussions which will continue to prepare us for our mission to do as Jesus commands: deepen every human beings’ relationship with God and love our neighbors—no exceptions.

Children and Youth Steering Committee

Children and Youth Steering Committee

Hear what the Spirit is saying to God's people

Hear what the Spirit is saying to God's people

St. Timothy's Family Feud

St. Timothy's Family Feud

October 22

Listening to our families- Our Raising our Children and Youth in the Christian Faith Steering Committee will be back again to give us the results of their recent survey and lead discussion as to where we go from here. Be sure to join us as we discuss this extremely important topic as a parish.

october 29

Listening to our Community - Last April the Vestry called St. Timothy’s to spend a season—this Fall and beyond—intentionally listening to the “cries, pain, hopes and dreams of the broader community in order to fulfill our mission to love our neighbors.” As the Exodus story is grounded in God hearing the cries of the oppressed slaves, our mission must be grounded in the cries of the people in our neighborhood and beyond. On Sunday, October 29, at 10:15 am in the Parish Hall we invite you to join in a listening process. We want to hear from you what the main issues facing the broader community in which we live are. We will break into smaller groups facilitated by members of our AMOS Justice Team.

november 12

A returning favorite, Family Feud, is fun for all! Join us on Sunday, November 12 at 10:15 am for funny questions and hilarious answers. May the best team win!

On August 27, 2017, The Rev. Dr. Walter Brueggemann led The Forum on an overview of the Book of Exodus. Here it is if you missed it, or would like to view it again.