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6704 Fyler Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63139
8:00 & 10:45 a.m. Worship
9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study & Sunday School
7:00 p.m. Worship & Monday School
7291 Sarah St
Maplewood, Missouri 63143
9:30 a.m. Worship
10:45 a.m. Adult Bible Study & Sunday School
|In Our Prayers
Barb Smith from surgery
Timothy Call Process
Jessica Reich pregnant with twins
Heather in treatment
Bev Thomas kidney disease
Mary Jo Becker health concerns
Bill Brauer three weeks radiation
Those affected by Hurricane Harvey & Irma and the fires in the Northwest
Pastor Jacob and Deaconess Elizabeth Wagner
Karen Keller successful procedure
Kate hip repair
Mary Ann healing
Jenna Lutz pregnancy
Bible Readings for next Sunday
|This Week @ Timothy
Sunday, Sept. 24
8:00 a.m. Divine Service
9:30 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class
9:30 a.m. Vietnamese Service
10:45 a.m. Divine Service
Monday, Sept. 25
7:00 p.m. Worship & Monday School
Tuesday, Sept. 26
6:30 a.m. Men's Bible Study @ Panera Bread
6:15 p.m. Handbell Practice
Thursday, Sept. 28
7:00 a.m. Bible Study @
10:00 a.m. Old Testament Daniel Bible Study@ Timothy
Friday, Sept. 29
Saturday, Sept. 30
LASM Trivia Night
Because We are Abundantly Blessed
Sunday 8 a.m.: 48
Sunday 10:45 a.m.: 29
Week of Sept. 17th
General Fund Needed Each Week $9,758.48
Sept. 24- Sept. 30, 2017
A NOTE FROM PASTOR WOOD: 125 YEARS
One hundred and twenty-five years. That is a long time. The origins of Concordia Lutheran Church are beyond living memory. Over these 125 years the lives of tens of thousands individuals have been touched though God working in this congregation. Much sorrow and much joy has been experienced here since September 7th, 1892 when a handful of families met with Pastor Schuessler and the Mission at Benton Station formally organized into the Concordia Lutheran Church. During the ministry of Concordia America has fought in over a half dozen wars and military conflicts. The first of which was the Spanish-American War in 1898. Concordia proclaimed the Gospel into the roaring 20s and through the great depression. Through the baby boom of the 40s and 50s and the sexual revolution of the 60s Concordia proclaimed the Good News of Jesus Christ. Through the church conflict of the 70s and to the end of the Cold War that fell with the wall in 1989 Concordia proclaimed Jesus Christ crucified and risen. Into the digital age of the 90s and the new millennium voices have been lifted, water and Word have been united, Body and Blood has come from heaven under bread and wine. Sins have been forgiven. Eternity has been guaranteed at the throne of heaven...Continue Reading
Budget 2018: Your input is needed!
If you are a ministry leader, you should have received an email from Treasurer Marjorie Schmeerbauch with a budget request form. If you have not, please contact Marjorie at firstname.lastname@example.org or
submit a Budget Request Form (found in the Narthex). Must be received by the office or Marjorie by Monday, October 9.
This morning Noah Comfort Dog is visiting Grace Lutheran Chapel in Bellefontaine Neighbors (North St. Louis County). Glenn Nielsen regularly preaches and teaches at this congregation and has brought Noah with him a number of times. The members of the congregation love having Noah visit. Today, however, he has been invited to a luncheon after the late service for the senior adult group so he's there on an official visit.
The 6th An
nual LASM Trivia Night will be held on
Saturday, September 30, 2017
. It will be held at Timothy again this year. A table of eight is $160. Help put a table together.
40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil on October 7th
In conjunction with Lutherans for Life, Timothy volunteers are needed to participate in a Prayer Vigil at Planned Parenthood on
Saturday, October 7th.
Prayer Vigil volunteers are needed for
one hour time slots between 7am and 1pm.
Register your desired hour to pray through Cynthia Rice, who is coordinating Timothy's participation. Please contact Cynthia no later than October 1st with your name and desired time slot so registration forms can be completed. You may also sign up to volunteer on the sign-up sheet in the narthex.
To reach Cynthia, please call or text her at 314-270-0230 or email her at email@example.com.
Thank You from the Nielsen Family
Matthew, our son, brother and uncle, died suddenly on Sept. 6th. The days following have been difficult, as we were hit with grief and other emotions with an intensity that we did not know was possible. Yet in the midst of our sorrow, the people of Timothy surrounded us with support and prayers, encouragement and sympathy. You helped build us up when we were torn down, and did so with hugs, words, facial expressions, and simply your presence. Your prayers were appreciated and answered as we traveled this hard road. Thank you so very much.
We at Timothy have wonderful pastors. Pastor Bill was there with Sue, Holly, Tim, and Katie at his death, and in the days following he led us through the many decisions that needed to be made for Matthew's viewing, visitation and funeral service. Pastor Rall visited in our home, prayed with us and was present during these challenging times. They are amazing shepherds and we thank God for them -- and for our church family here at Timothy.
Glenn and Sue, Holly and Jason with Lana and Grayson, Tim and Katie, and Beth and Alex.
Thank You from the Picnic Team
Thanks to everyone who helped Katy and I have a Great Picnic last Sunday. We had great weather, wonderful worship with music from Maranatha and fellowship time with one another renewing friendships.
Special thanks to our servers, those who helped set up and take down, to John Hagan for providing a truck to transport tables and chairs. Thanks to our servers: Deb Lowe, Constansa Herrmann, Irma Herrmann, Bri and Matt Gerzevske, Shirley Weir, Lilly Roden, Sue Thomas, Shirley Jeude, Jane Cauchon, Gina Hawkins, Cheryl O'Neill and Ted Wuerffel. Thanks to our set up and take down team: Tim O'Neill, Vicar Loum, Rudy Bertarelli, Rick Myers, Jim Rice, Field Worker Danny and John Hagan.
Thanks to all who contributed funds, food for our meal and dessert donations for the Cake Walk. Thanks to Bri and Matt Gerzevske for hosting the Cake Walk, to Mary Ann Rall for shopping for the picnic. The pulled chicken was catered from The Stellar Hog, who also donated the baked beans. It was great to see so many enjoying fellowship with one another, people enjoying the Cake Walk and children playing on the playground. I thank our Father in Heaven for our TLC Family!
Would you like to help plan the picnic for next year?? Please see me!
Don't forget to direct Choice Dollars®
Grant funding from Thrivent Financial through its Thrivent Choice® program can help support organizations you care about. Don't let Choice Dollars expire.
Eligible Thrivent Financial members who have Choice Dollars available have until March 31, 2018 to direct any remaining 2017 Choice Dollars. Help support Timothy. Go to Thrivent.com/thriventchoice to learn more. Or call 800-847-4836 and say "Thrivent Choice" after the prompt.
We are looking for a team to coordinate Sunday morning transporta
This is an important ministry as many of our members have no way to get to church, Sunday School or Bible class without a ride on Sunday morning.
If you are interested, please talk to Pastor Bill or call the church office.
|SUNDAY SCHOOL NEWS
Parent Sunday School Connection for week of September 24
Lesson 4 Bible Story -Elijah and the Prophets of Baal - 1 Kings 18:20-46
This week in Sunday School
"Elijah and the Prophets of Baal" serves as the lesson focus for Sunday School. Just as the true God revealed Himself on the altar of Mount Carmel, so on the cross-shaped altar of Mount Calvary Jesus revealed, once and for all, that He alone is the real God who loves us enough to die for us. Parents could ask, "How did God demonstrate His power on Mount Carmel? How does God reveal Himself to us?"
Memory Verse: The Lord has made know His salvation; He has revealed His righteousness in the sight of the nations. Psalm 98:2
Youth Summit - November 19th
Youth Leadership Summit - Saturday, November 18, 2017
* St. John's Lutheran Church in Arnold
* Great speakers, meet other youth, good food and snacks, leadership building
Lutheran Foundation Matching Funds for Hurricane Harvey Relief:
Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis' Board of Directors recognizes the efforts of Lutheran congregations in rapidly responding to this tragedy. In recognition of this, the Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis will match dollar-for-dollar the cash donations raised by St. Louis area Lutheran congregations of up to $400,000 ($10,000 per congregation) to approved organizations.
As a congregation, Timothy has selected to support the LCMS Texas District Disaster Relief Fund, which has been established to support the 100+ congregations, church workers, congregants, and community members from Corpus Christi to Beaumont, Texas that have been affected by this disaster. 100% of the funds received will be used to assist in disaster relief efforts.
To donate: make a check payable to: "Texas District, LCMS" and indicate in the memo line: "Hurricane Harvey Relief." Please give your check to the church office, or put in the offering plate. In order to qualify for the match, all funds must be received by October 1st, 2017.
You can make a personal donation on Thrivent.com to provide assistance to Texas hurricane victims. When you do, Thrivent will double the impact - up to $500,000.
This opportunity will run until the $500,000 match is met or until December 31, 2017, whichever comes first.
Any donations given to Timothy will be given to the Comfort Dog Ministry!
Mark your calendars
for the first restaurant night of the school year, all day on Sept. 25th at JJ Twigs on Hampton. Bring your family and friends to eat, relax and cheer on the Cardinals as they take on the Cubs. Just mention WOL at the time of purchase. 20% of the proceeds on all orders, all day long, go to the WOL PTL, even carryout orders.
Trunk-or-Treat is back! Mark your calendars for October 27th at St. Lucas. More details to come.
The Lutheran Prayer Breakfast
Join 400+ area Lutherans at the Lutheran Prayer Breakfast on October 11, 2017 at the Orlando Events & Conference Center in Maryland Heights. Rev. A. Trevor Sutton will speak on Seeing Jesus Clearly: Five hundred years after the Reformation. Sutton is the author of Authentic Christianity: How Lutheran Theology Speaks to a Postmodern World (co-authored with Dr. Gene Veith), Being Lutheran and Why Should I Trust the Bible?, all published by Concordia Publishing House. Tickets are $25 and can be reserved at http://lcms.regfox.com/2017-lutheran-prayer-breakfast For more information, contact Annette Woehlke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Date
LASM Trivia Night
Oct. 8th Congregational Meeting (tentative)
Dec. 10th Congregational Meeting
|Timothy Lutheran Church is a congregation of the The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod established in 1925. We are a culturally diverse St. Louis City church serving as a bold witness to the saving grace of God through Jesus. We welcome the lost, embrace unified diversity, practice authentic worship, empower servant leaders, and inspire individual outreach.
Learn more at www.timothystl.org.