St. Tim's offers six different worship services. We commonly use Rite Two from the Book of Common Prayer, with additional prayers from Enriching Our Worship. Liturgical offerings are varied to provide an experience of the depth and breadth of Episcopal liturgy.
We welcome guests to our worship by offering an easy-to-use bulletin for each service. Also, you may observe people sitting, standing or kneeling at different times during the service - you are welcome to participate in any way that feels comfortable to you.
All services are conducted in the sanctuary to the right when you walk through the main doors.
Sunday 10:45 a.m. Holy Communion
For those desirous of Traditional Episcopal Liturgy, our 10:45 sung Celebration of the Holy Eucharist is right for you. The Choir of St. Timothy, soloists, and a variety of instrumentalists lend their talents with seasonal music throughout the Church Year.
"I love the music." Mary, 15 year member
"I'd describe it as warm, welcoming, inclusive, joyous." Karen, 12 year member
"We love the music, the kids, the community--newcomers and long timers, the fellowship, the full Rite II service, and the sermon." Susan, 40 year member
Sunday 9 a.m. Guitar Service
2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays, about 30 minutes, 9 a.m.
If you are looking for a no-fuss, meaningful worship service with a brief but inspiring message, communion for all, and nice guitar music, why not try this? You don’t need to know anything about the Episcopal Church to relax and participate in this relatively new, very casual service. Children, including infants and toddlers, are welcome to join us, or to go to our professionally licensed and staffed nursery.
Sunday 9 a.m. Family Worship
1st and 3rd Sundays, about 30 minutes, 9 a.m.
Interactive Communion service, featuring a prayer wall, confession stones, and communion around the altar. Open space encourages participants to move, wander, and explore the sacred space. Welcoming to all ages and stages.
Music: Simple songs accompanied by guitar and piano
"It's just the right length to engage my child and he's free to be himself." Louise, 20 year member
"We enjoy Family Worship because kids are free to wiggle, bounce, dance, and sing." Laura, 10 year member
Watch a sermon here. See more photos here. Learn more about children's spirituality here.
Saturday 5 p.m. Holy Communion
A smaller, intimate Vigil service with hymns, and vocal and instrumental soloists.
Sunday 7:45 a.m. Holy Communion
A quiet, intimate spoken service for early-risers.
Length: 45 minutes
Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
A spoken service of Morning Prayer
Length: 30 minutes
Times vary based on the liturgical season
Check the calendar for schedule changes here.
Wednesday 10 a.m. Holy Communion
A spoken celebration of Holy Communion
Length: 45 minutes
The Music Ministry is comprised of a large group of volunteers whose mission and purpose is to facilitate, enhance, and lead worship at Saint Timothy’s through music and liturgy. Learn more here: Music Ministry.
Children and Worship
St. Tim's welcomes children to worship. Some families with infants and toddlers have their children stay in the sanctuary throughout the worship service, while others use the nursery for all or part of the worship service.
Professionally Staffed Nursery
On Sunday, from 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 .pm., we have a Nursery staffed with professional, licensed child-care workers from TLC for Kids. We maintain the same care-givers 95% of all Sundays so that they may develop a relationship with your child. Special arrangements are made for Holy Days and distinctive events.
*All Ages* *Visual* *Auditory* *Tactile*
At the heart of our mission and ministry is the Sacrament of Baptism. To arrange for a Baptism, call the Rector and all necessary planning and preparation will begin. St. Timothy's generally celebrates this sacrament at a Holy Communion service, with full community participation.
To be organized well in advance of the day, the Pastor, Staff, and Wedding Coordinator will gladly provide all necessary information and facilitate the preparation. Membership at St. Timothy's is encouraged. Contact the Pastor to begin the process.
Funerals, Memorial Services, Columbarium Interments
Please let St. Timothy's know if a death occurs in your family. The Pastor and the Pastoral Care Team will provide support, counsel, and assist in the planning of a service.