Worship Ministries

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Our liturgy is what brings the community together to be in communion with God and each other. Men and women, 6th grade through adults, are invited to participate in this important aspect of our common life by carrying the cross and torches in procession as well as assisting at the altar on a regular basis. No previous experience needed and training is provided.
Contact: 9:00 John Flandermeyer (jkflandy@yahoo.com)
All other services: The Rev. Roger S. Greene (474-4445, RogerG@SaintTimothys.com)

Lay Readers, Intercessors, and Chalice Bearers

Scripture, prayer, and the Eucharist are at the very core of our common life. Men and women are scheduled on a regular basis to read the lessons, offer the community’s prayers, and administer the chalice at the 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 11:15 a.m., or 5:00 p.m. service. Training is provided.
Contact: The Rev. Roger S. Greene (474-4445, RogerG@SaintTimothys.com)

Altar Guild

Members offer their time and talent to serve God in God's house so that the congregation may worship God in the beauty of holiness (Psalm 96:9). The Altar Guild cares for the altar, its furnishings and linens, and the holy vessels used in the Eucharist. The Guild makes logistical preparations for each service and members generally serve once a month. Preparation usually entails one hour Saturday morning as well as a half hour after the service. Men and women are both welcome.
Contact: Kara Owens (karazowens@cinci.rr.com)

Lay Eucharistic Visitors

We believe that "We who are many are one body, for we all share one bread" (1 Corinthians 10:17).  Lay Eucharistic Visitors take communion from our altar to members of our community who are unable to join us in person at the church.  LEVs deliver communion immediately following Sunday services and make homebound parishioners feel loved and included. Training is provided.
Contact: The Rev. Roger S. Greene (474-4445, RogerG@SaintTimothys.com)

Ushers - 9:00

Parishioners greet Sunday churchgoers and assist the youth ushers at the 9:00 Eucharist on a scheduled basis. Both men and women are welcome.
Contact: Amy Hicks (aghicks_20@fuse.net)

Ushers - 11:15

Ushers exemplify hospitality by making Sunday churchgoers feel welcome, comfortable, and included. Ushers do this by greeting parishioners, handing out bulletins or other things that parishioners may need, and assisting during the service on a scheduled basis, and at special services as needed. 9:00 a.m. ushers also assist children of the parish, who serve as youth ushers, learn this art of hospitality. Both men and women are welcome.
Contact: Bob Kazan (rdkbob@gmail.com)