Sunday service

By This We Know – EASTER SEASON, MAY 12, 2024

Acts 1:15-26
Psalm 47
1 John 5:6-15
John 17:11b-19

St. Timothy Anglican Church - May 12, 2024

By this we know - The apostle John wrote his first letter to a church in doubt. There had been division and question, and so he writes a short letter that is full of reassurance. Concluding, he writes that three testify - the water, the blood, and the Spirit. These three still reassure us of our faith in a world of doubt and question.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, May 13, 2024

Structure and Stretch – EASTER SEASON, APRIL 28, 2024

Acts 8:26-40
Psalm 66:1-9
1 John 3:18-24
John 14:15-21

St. Timothy Anglican Church - April 28, 2024

Structure and Stretch Early believers in Jerusalem needed to make a choice. Stay or Go. The situation was dangerous. The way they responded in Acts 8 shows us so much about mission. Some stayed and some went, but the creative tension between them allowed for a remarkable new mission to the Samaritans.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, April 30, 2024

The Way We Face – EASTER SEASON, APRIL 21, 2024

Acts 4:32-37
Psalm 23
1 John 3:1-10
John 10:11-16

St. Timothy Anglican Church - April 21, 2024

The way we face matters. 1 John 3. The early church was frustrated because it's experience of sin did not match its expectation of righteousness. It's still a problem today! John wrote to assure them (and us) of God's love and progress in us, even if what we are is not what we will be someday.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, April 22, 2024

PROPITIATION – EASTER SEASON, APRIL 14, 2024

Acts 4:5-14
Psalm 98
1 John 1:1-2:2
Luke 24:36-49

St. Timothy Anglican Church - April 14, 2024

He is the propitiation for our sins! (1 John 2:2) That's a mouthful, but it's important. Today, we ask what it takes to be a good person. What qualities make us "good"? The Bible teaches that the bar is imposisbly high, but in the resurrection of Jesus, God has made a way to prevent and repair sin, and remain in fellowship with God.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, April 15, 2024

Prove It! – EASTER Season, April 7, 2024

Acts 3:12a, 13-15, 17-26
Psalm 111
1 John 5:1-5
John 20:19-31

St. Timothy Anglican Church, April 7, 2024

Thomas demanded proof of the resurrection. In John 20, Jesus appears to his disciples, but Thomas was out, and didn't want to take their word for it. People still demand proof. As Jesus had comapssion for Thomas, He still has compassion, and leaves us evidence of his ongoing, living, presence in the lives of HIs people.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, April 9, 2024

The Journey From the Tomb – Easter Sunday, MARCH 31, 2024

Acts 10:34-43
Psalm 118:14-17, 22-24
Colossians 3:1-4
Mark 16:1-8

St. Timothy Anglican Church - March 31, 2024, Easter Sunday

The Journey from the Tomb. As Mary and Mary walked to the tomb - it had been a long night. Their joy had turned to sorrow and they were full of questions about what might come next. But thier disbelief turned to understanding, which turned to faith, and into purpose as the Risen Lord met them. All believers take the same journey from death into life!

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Thursday, April 4, 2024

God Does Not Stop Saving His People – Easter Vigil, MARCH 30, 2024

Romans 6:3-11

Matthew 28:1-10

St. Timothy Anglican Church: Easter Vigil, March 30, 2024

God does not stop saving His people! On the Great Vigil of Easter, we hear the stories of God's mighty acts of salvation, all leading to His greatest salvation: the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the defeat of sin, and the overcoming of death itself. All of scripture is intended to teach us about God's character, and his character is one of rescue and salvation.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, April 2, 2024

LIFE WITH CHRIST: Whose Story? – Palm Sunday, MARCH 24, 2024

Mark 11:1-11a
Isaiah 53:1-12
Psalm 22:1-11
Philippians 2:5-11
Mark 15:1-39

St. Timothy Anglican Church - Palm Sunday, March 24, 2024

What story are you telling? The crowds on Palm Sunday knew what Jesus was doing, and so they knew what He was supposed to do when he arrived. But, He didn't fulfill their expectations. He was telling a different story.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, March 25, 2024