St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church exists in joyful response to God’s saving grace for the world through Jesus Christ. Every Sunday morning at 10:30 we are gathered as a community by the Holy Spirit around the gifts of the risen Christ in Word and Sacrament. We are richly fed with the bread of life at Jesus’ table, and we share from our abundance with all in need. Our congregation is currently seeking to address issues around food insecurity in our community.
Can I commune?
All who trust in these words, "Given for you," and, "Shed for you for the forgiveness of sin," are well prepared to meet Christ at the table.
What should I wear?
People come to worship in everything from jeans and t-shirts to suits and ties. Wear what is comfortable for you and respectful to your neighbor.
How big is your congregation?
St. Timothy's is a small neighborhood congregation. We see around 30 people in worship on an average Sunday and 54 people actively participating in the life of our congregation.
Sharing the Bread of Life
God’s living and incarnate Word walks among us in preaching and teaching. Jesus said, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” (John 6:35) Trusting in Jesus’ promise we share the bread of life.
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