Fr. Micah Thompson

The Love of God: Structured in His Covenants

Genesis 9:8-17
Psalm 25:4-10
1 Peter 3:18-22
Mark 1:9-13

Welcome to Worship! February 21, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the first Sunday of Lent, the season of reflection and preparation. We are beginning a new series today - looking at the love of God as revealed in scripture. Every space needs a structure, and God has structured His love through promises called covenants. In the opening sermon of this series, we’ll discuss the nature of covenants, and see how we can rest comfortably within the covenant promises of God. You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oLRmATCxKtNE7n0Gh7E-g2Lr6YsdfEW3a2zqSzlUP4Q/edit?usp=sharing

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

Ash Wednesday: The Right Motivation for Acts of Devotion

Isaiah 58:1-12
Psalm 103:8-14
2 Corinthians 5:20-6:10
Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21

Welcome to Worship! Ash Wednesday, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today, we begin our season of devotion and preparation for Easter. This service of prayer, worship, and reflection asks us to check our motivations as we commit to acts of devotion. Ashes and Communion are availale throughout the day at various locations (message the church for address and times, or check the weekly email) The liturgy can be foud here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15jDWEPa_NGslJeOV8-zY0a2rRbgEx2IyPWIVCl-wLOs/edit?usp=sharing Thanks for joinig us today!

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Transfiguration Sunday: Elijah’s Encounter with God

1  Kings 19:9-18
Psalm 27
2 Peter 1:13-21
Mark 2:2-9

Welcome to Worship! February 14, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the last Sunday of Epiphany, and we mark today the transfiguration of Christ. In today’s sermon, we are considering the prophet Elijah - a tale of two mountains. Even after the triumph of Mount Carmel, Elijah found himself in danger, despair, and frustrated with God. Can you relate? You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NeVCQx7FhH9-bvTwAl8bRkUYM6ql8vxw1ZP7mp-I5yY/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, February 14, 2021

Being called to go: what it means & how we do it

Genesis 12:1-3
Psalm 86:8-13
Revelation 7:9-17
Matthew 28:16-20

Welcome to Worship! February 7, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the fifth Sunday of Epiphany, World Missions Sunday, and we’re talking about evangelism. We’re called to “Go”. What does that mean and how can we do it? You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-zn9Ed6hl5Z8HVytobCMMiO_zAaV7CQywxL59_TLUzQ/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, February 7, 2021

Spiritual battles for spiritual people: discernment

Deuteronomy 18:15-22
Psalm 111
1 Corinthians 8:1-13
Mark 1:21-28

Welcome to Worship - January 31, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the fourth Sunday of Epiphany, and we are concluding our series on spiritual battles for spiritual people. Many of us want to know how to hear God’s voice and know His will? We’ll talk today about discernment. You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vXRvbF9iv5oW6ktqOqTZgBzZxtdvEW7jOWC7KlpAnoA/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, January 31, 2021

Spiritual battles for spiritual people: what’s our objective?

Jeremiah 3:19-4:4
Psalm 130
1 Corinthians 7:17-24
Mark 1:14-20

Welcome to Worship! January 24, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the third Sunday of Epiphany, and we are continuing our series on spiritual battles for spiritual people. A key question for any major undertaking - what is our objective? What are we fighting for? In 1 Corinthians 7, Paul helps us understand how the key objective informs some other major life issues. You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zRJ1My2I1apLpnctKsdu2iAliUf6ZEiHeUzwomCSA2M/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, January 24, 2021

Spiritual battles for spiritual people: when to run away

1 Samuel 3:1-20
Psalm 63:1-8
1 Corinthians 6:9-20
John 1:43-51

Welcome to Worship! January 17. 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the second Sunday of Epiphany, and we are continuing our series on spiritual battles for spiritual people. Looking at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, we consider when it is appropriate to flee. You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HlpFiuISzzXHGTS1fWDkXQ2w88gmxdpP9vMy-wg7uXk/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, January 17, 2021

Spiritual battles for spiritual people: the kingdom Jesus is building

Isaiah 42:1-9
Psalm 89:20-29
Acts 10:34-38
Matthew 3:3-17

Welcome to Worship! January 10, 2021

Welcome to Worship! Today is the Feast of the Baptism of Christ. As our nation tries to understand the events in the Capitol this week, we are beginning a series about Spiritual Battle for Spiritual People. Who, how, and why should believers fight? The baptism of Jesus lays the foundation for understanding the kind of kingdom He is building. You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fxpfqhYmgq7uYRlkk75BRIpMzibL1oQnNwV087ivdnE/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, January 10, 2021

How to keep a confident faith in a new year

Jeremiah 31:7-14
Psalm 84
Ephesians 1:3-14
Matthew 2:1-12

Welcome to Worship! January 2, 2021!

Welcome to Worship! Today is the second Sunday of Christmas, and we are discussing the way that we can keep confident faith, despite the events of the past year, which included some problems with Christian leadership. Christ is still the King! You can find the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XYPp5XE0E-EfmTOfm4j6_0yVMT4PCfWAnt-QbikeDqM/edit?usp=sharing

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Sunday, January 3, 2021

Who determines the culture of the church?

Isaiah 61:10-62:5
Psalm 147:12-20
Galatians 3:23-4:7
John 1:1-18

Welcome to Worship! December 27, 2020

Merry Christmas! Today is the first Sunday of the Christmas Season, and we have a service full of traditional carols. We'll have more next week, too! We're looking today at a family squabble in Galatia - who has the right to determine the culture of the church? You can follow along in the liturgy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aBRyQHlRp1fHQV1EmFie_HoaWkETxwEjGXql77sDQQc/edit?usp=sharing If you missed our Christmas Eve Service - scroll down and check it out! Our musicians did a beautiful job with some incredible music. We'll be back live next Sunday (Jan 3) at 10:30!

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, December 22, 2020