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.
Masks are currently optional, and disposable masks are provided at the church entrance for those who would like them.
Hand sanitizing stations have been installed at both entrances to the sanctuary.
While Holy Communion is best celebrated in person with one loaf and one cup, individually packaged Communion cups filled with grape juice will be provided and all who are participating over Zoom are welcome to continue celebrating the Lord’s Supper with us in their homes.
Worship services will continue to be streamed live over Zoom and posted to Facebook. A weekly e-mail will be sent out with the Meeting ID and Password prior to each Sunday service. All Zoom participants will be streamed from the church laptop onto the screens in the sanctuary.
Can I commune?
Christ invites all to the table. All who trust in these words, "Given for you," and, "Shed for you for the forgiveness of sin," are welcome to celebrate Holy Communion at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church.
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 25 people in worship on an average Sunday.
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