Pursuing Jesus in Burlington, Vermont

Welcome to St. Timothy

Pursuing spiritual, relational
and community wholeness

As we pursue Jesus, he offers us new life, full life, whole life, the life we were created for, life with Him.

Our community gathers to know and experience the healing of Jesus as he renews us spiritually and brings us into relationship with God the Father. Once we are brought into right relationship, the Holy Spirit enables us to engage in new, full, and whole relationships with each other. From a community of healing, we can together, through God’s power, offer this abundant life to our community and the world around us.

Join in this week

Join us Sunday mornings at 9am for in person worship.  We gather at the Williston Church of the Nazarene, 30 Morgan Pkwy., Williston, VT 05495. Masks are optional, and we respect personal distance and masking preferences as we continue to navigate Covid-19. For those who prefer an online option, we post a morning prayer service including the Sunday sermon at 9am on Sundays, available to view anytime.

Most other gatherings and events are still online, but we are moving to regather and be in community.

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We look forward to having you join us this week.

In Person

— Sunday worship

We are gathering Sundays mornings at 9am to worship in person at the Williston Church of the Nazarene building, 30 Morgan Pkwy., Williston, 05495. We also provide a morning prayer service including the week’s sermon posted online to our Facebook page at 9am. 

Intercessory prayer

— Tuesday prayer meeting

Join for an hour at 7:30pm via Zoom to pray for the needs of our church, our community and the world. If you have a prayer request, please contact Fr. Micah or email it to the church.

Small group

— Thursday Bible study

We’re gathering online for a study of Revelation2-3. Led by Fr. Micah over Zoom, you’re welcome to join even if you haven’t been to all the weeks.

The Apostle John wrote the book of Revelation as an encouragement to suffering churches, and as a proclamation of his prophetic visionary experiences. After an introduction in chapter 1, he addressed seven churches of Asia Minor (modern day Turkey) with specific encouragements and critiques. These letters remain a lens through which we can understand the church today (and ourselves), as we strive to throw off everything that hinders us, and press on toward the goal for which Christ has called us heavenward. 
Ongoing Diocesan events

— Across New England

The Anglican Diocese of New England offers regular opportunities to pray, study, and serve with others around the region. Click here to go to the diocesan website to learn more.

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