We all were new, at one time, and we remember what it’s like. So we’ve provided the information below, knowing that it’s easier to venture into a new place when you know what to expect.
St. Tim’s comes together to encounter God and remember God’s promises for us and for the world. We are here to support one another, ask questions about God and faith, and hear over and over again that we are loved beyond all imagination in Christ. Come and tell your story. Come and ask your questions. Come and walk with us in the grace of God…
About 80-100 people attend St. Tim’s each Sunday, and we have a congregation making sure all visitors are welcomed. We love having children in worship and have a special play area for young children under 4.
Our congregation spans a range of ages and backgrounds. You’ll see people in the pews dressed in all styles—from jeans to business suits. St. Tim’s offers a classic worship that features choral and instrumental music.
Each worship lasts for one hour. Children are welcome to attend worship.
All are welcome to the Lord’s table at St. Tim’s. You may request grape juice during Communion rather than wine and gluten free wafers are available as well. You are invited to come forward for a blessing even if you don’t commune.
Help on Sundays
If you have questions about worship or Sunday classes, ask the Pastor, greeters, or any individual wearing a name-tag.
There are two parking lots available: on Jefferson on the north side of St. Tim’s and on the southern corner of Jefferson and Copper. Near each entrance there will be a greeter who can point the way to the sanctuary and will give you the bulletin for worship.
Getting connected at St. Tim’s is about relationships. Those kinds of relationships won’t come simply by attending worship. They take time.
One way to get connected is to join everyone for coffee and fellowship in the community room following worship at 10:30 a.m. Then at 11:00 a.m. everyone is welcome to attend Adult Education and children’s Sunday School.
We offer a variety of service opportunities that will connect you with a team of volunteers who work together in serving others and God.
Finally, you can engage with others through the various ways to get connected we have at St. Tim’s. From the young adult group, book club, to choir, these programs will help you know God and build relationships.