• Meal Packaging Event
    Meal Packaging Event
    Over 100 volunteers helped at the Meal Packaging Event for Rise Against Hunger.
  • 2018 High School Immersion Trip
    2018 High School Immersion Trip
    High School teens on their Immersion Trip to Northern California - August 2018
  • Fruits of the Harvest
    Fruits of the Harvest
    FOTH raises funds for 13 organizations that our Outreach Ministries support. FOTH is also a coming together of our whole parish to have fun and fellowship.
  • Easter at St. Timothy's
    Easter at St. Timothy's
  • Easter Vigil
    Easter Vigil
  • Christmas Festival of Chamber Choirs
    Christmas Festival of Chamber Choirs
    2nd annual Christmas Festival of Chamber Choirs titled 'Of Love Begotten' was on Dec. 9, featuring local high schools ensembles and GAUDE, a cappella octet.
  • 2017 Ministry Faire
    2017 Ministry Faire
    Volunteers serve as liaisons to a variety of organizations which are supported by St. Timothy’s.
  • Children's Time
    Children's Time
    Rev. Susan talks to the children at the 9:00 a.m. service.
  • St. Tim's Fellowship Hall & Sanctuary
    St. Tim's Fellowship Hall & Sanctuary
  • Fire in the Skies
    Fire in the Skies
  • Vacation Bible School
    Vacation Bible School



As we move into the new year, I want you to think about the Sundays ahead. If you make resolutions, resolve to come to church more. The Epiphany season lasts all of January into early March this year.  Epiphany can be understood three ways – the dictionary definition, the actual day, and the

The dictionary definition of Epiphany
An insight – “Aha, I had an epiphany!”

The Day of Epiphany
The day The Epiphany is the second flavor. The Epiphany (Jan 6 ends the 12 days of Christmas.  If you sing the song “The 12 days of Christmas” you will get to 12 drummers drumming. After all the money I spent on presents, I can’t imagine spending past the second day of Christmas using that model. The day is about celebrating the three Magi who discover Jesus and give their best gifts to him.

Matthew never leaves anything to chance because the gift of gold is for Jesus the King; the gift of frankincense is for Jesus the Priest; and the gift of Myrrh is a funeral spice for when Jesus gives his life.  We celebrated the Epiphany on Sunday, January 6th, which by happy chance is the actual day.  But the main reason for Matthew’s story is to remind us that God revealed love in Jesus for all people, especially foreigners, outsiders, and anybody who wants more from God.

The Season
The Epiphany Season is the third flavor. It starts on January 6th and goes through March 5th (Ash Wednesday is March 6th). As we begin 2019, please pray for St. Timothy’s vitality and pray for all our ministries as we give of best to God in Jesus.


Click HERE for the January issue of Tidings.


We have two Sunday morning services
– 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

  • 8:30 a.m. Service: A quiet and contemplative service with a touch of music
  • 9:15 a.m. Coffee hour: Time for all to socialize and have a light snack and beverage
  • 10:00 a.m. Service: A blend of the current 9 a.m. & 11 a.m. services
  • 11:10 a.m. Education time:  Fun, educational classes for all.  Ends by 11:45 a.m.


Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon on the Power of Love
Just in case you missed it, check out the video of the Royal Wedding:
Bishop Michael Curry delivers impassioned sermon on the Power of Love.
(click on the video image below)