Fr. Micah Thompson

Ascension Day: Awaiting the Spirit

Exodus 28:1-4, 9-10, 29-30
Psalm 68:1-20
1 John 5:6-15
John 17:11b-19 

Welcome to Worship! May 16, 2021

Welcome to Worship! It's the Sunday after Ascension Day, and we are standing with the disciples. Christ has departed, and we are waiting for the arrival of the Holy Spirit. We will take this Sunday and next Sunday to consider the twin doctrines of Christ's Ascension and the Descending of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. This is how God has chosen to lead His Church. God's great story becomes our personal story. You can find the litrugy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w3iljThhfL2Q62yT4oeDKS5OQPDX3Tnw7owmS_BJjQQ/edit?usp=sharing Join our email list to stay updated on what is happening - we are still offering many virtual options. **There was a slight tech difficulty with the Psalm reading today, so we apologize for a little rough patch.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Saturday, May 15, 2021

God’s love: a remedy to bitterness and hurt

Isaiah 45:11-13, 18-19
Psalm 33:1-8, 18-22
1John 4:7-21
John 15:9-17

Welcome to Worship! May 9, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the sixth Sunday of Easter, and we are looking at God's love, as revealed to a church that was hurting after a split. The love that comes from God is a remedy to bitterness and hurt - but often misunderstood. Happy Mother's Day! You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vM5OEEFM86rkTY8J78PhqCVImuyd8EEy6Ame2ERnPNI/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Saturday, May 8, 2021

The Comfort of the Holy Spirit and Prayer

Deuteronomy 4:32-40
Psalm 66:1-12
1 John 3:18-24
John 14:15-21

Welcome to Worship - May 2, 2021!

Welcome to St. Timothy! Today is the 5th Sunday of Easter, 2021. We are looking today at the comfort of the Holy Spirit and prayer. Do you find it difficult, awkward, or awful to pray? A lot of people do. But, the invitation of God and the comfort of His Spirit calm our anxious hearts and invite us deeper. During the announcements, Fr. Micah mentions a survey about an upcoming study. You can find it here: https://forms.gle/ythjD779etfARfTeA

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Saturday, May 1, 2021

Jesus the Good Shepherd

Ezekiel 34:1-10
Psalm 23
1 John 3:1-10
John 10:11-16

Welcome to Worship! April 25, 2021

Welcome to Worship! April 25, 2021 4th Sunday of Easter Jesus is the Good Shepherd of the sheep, and that is good news for us! Sheep without a shepherd get scattered, but the work of our savior is to regather the people of God, heal their wounds, bind up their brokenness and make them one flock. Today, we look at Ezekiel 34 and John 10 to see these truths in scripture. Thanks for joining us today!

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Friday, April 23, 2021

The Path to Perfect Peace

Isaiah 26:1-9, 19
Psalm 111
1 John 5:1-5
John 19:20-31

Welcome to Worship! April 11, 2021

Welcome to Worship! April 11, 2021 - 2nd Sunday of Easter We're glad you've joined us for online worship today! In our world, peace is in short supply - but God promises us perfect peace. Today, we are going to look at that promise and the path to perfect peace.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Saturday, April 10, 2021

Grace that Resurrects: Easter Sunday

Isaiah 25:6-9
Psalm 118:14-17, 22-24
Colossians 3:1-4
Luke 24:1-12

Alleluia! Christ is Risen! Welcome to Easter Sunday Worship, April 4, 2021

He is Risen Indeed! As we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord this morning, we also mark the first Sunday of gathering at our new location. It's still not wise, heathy, or possible for some of our members to gather - so we're encouraging you all to get as involved as possible in the online service! Today, we finish the Holy Week series by asking the question, "What if death is not the end?" It's a question that was answered for us at the empty tomb. You can follow the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UPEH3kxRW4ANGM_tzY2jSdEB7fPt6nvpDnOlQxbO1GQ/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Friday, April 2, 2021

Grace that Restores: Maundy Thursday

Exodus 12:1-14
Psalm 78:15-26
1 Corinthians 11:23-34
Luke 22:14-30

Welcome to Worship! Maundy Thursday 2021 (April 1)

Welcome to Worship, and to the beginning of the Great "Three Days" of Easter. Typically an evening service, we are posting this in the morning for everyone to watch when they have time for reflection. The Maundy Thursday service is a service of contemplation, where we remember the upper room, the garden, the betrayal, and the trial. This year, as part of the Holy Week sermon series, we are considering the Grace that Restores. As Christ fulfills the Passover, he institutes the Holy Comuunion, by which His people are reminded of Salvation accomplished, salvation promised, and salvation possible now. The liturgy is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FIlTq4i26nIZPGOAGanaVVJzZcHB4cS5n0fDnU8PlF8/edit?usp=sharing

Grace that Saves: Grace that Reigns

Isaiah 52:13-53:12
Psalm 22:1-11
Philippians 2:5-11 
Mark 15:1-39

Welcome to Worship! Palm Sunday 2021, March 28

Welcome to Worship! Today we enter into Holy Week, as we celebrate the recognition of Jesus as King. We're beginning a sermon series that will carry us through the week. Grace that Saves. In part 1 today, we are discussing the Grace that Reigns - Jesus is King - but what kind of King, and what does that mean for me? The liturgy is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FtBCf5Ve9USvZwkwDktFRYxWrfGW8jj36n1BQU5Hfb0/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Saturday, March 27, 2021

The Love of God: Now In our Hearts

Jeremiah 31:31-34
Psalm 51:10-15 
Hebrews 4:14-5:10
John 12:20-33

Welcome to Worship! March 21, 2021

Welcome to Worship! (Mar. 21) Today is the fifth Sunday of Lent, the season of reflection and preparation. We are concluding our teaching series today - looking at the love of God as revealed in scripture. God has made a way to show us His love! In Christ, the love of God wells up within us, and makes us vehicles of his love for others. Through faith, the motivation for loving God moves from outside of us to inside of us as God writes his law and love on our hearts. You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15OUVOOL6Wsejw9VF6MKTR2l-_Y5G0cGuaA1CPGEWb2Q/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, March 21, 2021