Visiting Saint Timothy's
Saint Timothy's is a place where everyone is welcome. When you arrive, there is plenty of parking in the lot behind the church. There are even a couple of spots close to the door reserved for visitors. Once inside, an usher will give you a bulletin that contains everything you need to follow the service. There is no right or wrong way to worship: for example, at various points of the service, the bulletin asks people to stand or kneel—we want you to do whichever makes you feel most comfortable. Jesus was all about loving people, and we don't think Jesus cares whether you're standing or kneeling, what you're wearing, or if your kid makes a little bit of noise! In fact, our 9:00 am Family Service includes many children of all ages. So come and don't feel like your children need to sit perfectly still and be silent for an entire hour.
All three of our Sunday services, though very different, follow the same basic format: we gather together, sing hymns, hear readings from scripture, listen to a sermon, offer prayers to God on behalf of the world and the Church, and break bread together as we share communion. At St. Timothy's we invite all people to come to the altar to receive communion. Jesus didn't turn anyone away, and neither do we.
We hope that you'll join us for worship on a Sunday morning. We want you to feel comfortable and participate in the service as much or as little as you like. If you have any questions, just ask one of our greeters or introduce yourself to one of our priests. We hope to see you on Sunday!
Click here for a description of each of our Sunday services.