Presiding Bishop Curry to Speak on Healing National Divides
Washington National Cathedral and the National Institute for Civil Discourse invite you to hear from two of America’s most respected religious leaders on how we find a way forward healing our divisions through faith and compassion.
Friday, Nov. 20, 2020, 10:00am CT
  • The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop and Primate, The Episcopal Church
  • Dr. Russell Moore, Executive Director of the Ethics & Religious Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Hosted by Krista Tippett, broadcaster and host of On Being

As the nation gives thanks for the enduring strength of our democracy, we invite you to draw inspiration and practical tips on how to engage our neighbors with dignity and respect.
This online event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
Organ Recital and Prayer Service
Nov. 22, 4:00pm
Please join us for an organ recital featuring Collin Boothby and a brief evening prayer service.

Collin Boothby is the organist / Choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church in Midtown Houston, TX, and provides all the organ music for weekly worship services as well as directs the semi-professional choral ensemble. He recently completed a Master of Music Degree in Organ Performance at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. Read more.

As usual, we will adhere to safety guidelines such as distanced seating and masks.
Christmas Food Drive
St. Timothy's is again partnering with The Food Basket to provide a special Christmas food box. St. Timothy's has committed to provide 140 each of:
  • 4lb bags of sugar
  • Cans of fruit pie filling (any fruit)
Please place these items in the big red buckets in the hallway any time, or at the organ recital. We need this by December 6.

Thank you for helping our neighbors celebrate our Lord's birth with an enjoyable meal!
The St. Timothy's Angel Tree
The Angel Tree program is a national organization that allows parents in prison to strengthen their connection with their children by providing gifts with a personal message from the parent. Each child receives a toy gift, a clothing gift, and an age appropriate religious book. No gift should exceed $20.00

The “tree” will be in the narthex starting Sunday, November 22. A donor selects an angel, purchases the gift, wraps it, attaches the top part of the angel to the package, and brings it to the church. The gifts are delivered the week before Christmas.

The wrapped gifts should be returned no later than December 13. Donations of money for books can be put in the stocking on the tree or given to Nancy Carter. Checks should be written to St. Timothy’s with a notation of “for Angel Tree”.
Wanted: Search Committee Volunteers
I would like to ask that you pray, and then submit names of who you recommend for the search committee to me. Please contact me with any questions.

Susan Laver, Senior Warden

Click here to read the characteristics for a Search Committee member.
Living Nativity Drive-thru
Saturday, Dec 12, 6-8 pm
Angels and Shepherds are still needed
Call the office or Sandra Weir.
Pastoral Care - Technology Team
Having trouble connecting to our on-line services or coffee hour? Our Pastoral Care Technology Team is here to help. Many thanks to Alan Essington and Fran Hammond for volunteering!
Food Basket Holiday Volunteers
It is that time of year where we become extremely busy. Many people are dealing with COVID circumstances + impending corporate layoffs. In addition, we are preparing to provide holiday food, such as what was generously donated by St. Timothy’s. Extra work means we need extra volunteers.

Here are the special holiday events that need volunteers.
  • Saturday Nov. 21, 8-10am - extra food for Thanksgiving.
  • Monday Dec. 14, 1-4pm - Share Your Holidays distribution.
  • Tuesday Dec. 15 & Saturday Dec. 19, 8-10am – extra food distribution for Christmas.

This Sunday's Schedule
7:30 Brotherhood of St. Andrew

8:30 Holy Eucharist (Outdoors)
Outdoors in the courtyard. Masks and distancing required.

9:45 Timothy's Troop

10:30 Holy Eucharist (Indoors and Live Streamed)
Indoors in the Nave. Masks and distancing required.

This service is also available live on-line starting about 10:25am. Or, you can view it as a recording any time after the service. You can find everything you need at http://www.stimothy.org/web-based-worship.html.

11:30 Virtual Coffee Hour
Join us for Timothy's Troop
This Sunday we enjoyed a skit presented by Anna and Haley about how even SuperHeroes listened, respected, and honored their parents, just as God has instructed us.

Join us on Zoom next Sunday at 9:45.

Our annual Advent wreathing making event will take place on November 29, between the services and after the 10:30 service, so Timothy's Troop will not meet that day. Hope to see you there!!!
Zoom Coffee Hour
Join us for some social time at the Zoom Coffee Hour! This week, we'll share our Thanksgiving stories, traditions and favorite foods.

Join us on Zoom at 11:30.
Meeting ID: 856 9816 2596
Password: coffee
The Week Ahead
Breathe & Be Better
Please join us each Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. on Zoom for Breathe & Be Better. Cheryl will be teaching deep breathing, relaxed stretching, slow flowing movements and meditation. The class is open to everyone of all ages, at any fitness level and can be done standing or sitting down.

Meeting ID: 875 4418 1609
Password:   577182
Silent Prayer in the Church
All are welcome to kneel and silently pray in the church on Wednesdays. The doors will open at 11:00 am and the last entry is at 1:00 pm. Social distancing and mask wearing are in place to protect your health.
Facebook Live Weekday Prayer
Join us on the St. Timothy's Facebook page for our weekday prayer offerings. Available service times are:
  • Wednesdays at noon
  • Wednesdays at 9:00 PM
  • Fridays at 5:15 PM
Prayers and Thanksgivings
October Work Month Thanks
Thanks to all of your who pitched in to beautify our grounds! Although not every identified task was completed, the work of many volunteers made this work “day” a great success.

Projects completed include: rehab front flower beds, rehab of Youth Hall planter, weedeating of all trees on property, trimming low hanging branches, caring for Grace Garden, removal of sticks/limbs, trimming hedges along fence by Parish Hall parking, trimming hedge along fence on Circle Way, trimming bushes around outside chapel.

About 60-70% of path to Labyrinth cleared with the rest to be completed shortly and signage to follow.
We pray especially for: Margo, Carolyn, Andrea, Kelley, Irene, Jacob, Darline, Gayle, Kelly, Sherry, Janet, Griffin, Claire, and David.

We pray for our men and women serving in the Armed Forces at home and abroad, Brad, Lucas, Annie, Justin, Brian, Joseph, Caleb, Ed, Brian, Sean, Brett and Thia.

We pray for all who have died, that they may have a place in your eternal Kingdom.

For the diocesan cycle of prayer: Epiphany in Houston, Holy Apostles in Katy, and Holy Spirit in Houston.
Birthdays and Anniversaries
Birthdays: Carol Poore, Jackie Kaus, George Dingee, and Charles Wade.

Anniversaries: Douglas and Alexa Kincannon; Jerrad and Rachel Wilbanks.

Birthday and Anniversary Prayer
O God, our times are in your hand: Look with favor, we pray, on your servants as they begin another year. Grant that they may grow in wisdom and grace, and strengthen their trust in your goodness all the days of their life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Altar Flowers
Altar flowers this Sunday are given in thanksgiving of their 20th anniversary by Jerrad and Rachel Wilbanks.
Tithe Under Social Distancing
If you are able, please continue to support St. Timothy's during this unusual time.

If you prefer to write a check, please mail it to the office, or drop it by during office hours.

We also offer e-giving using SimpleGive. Go to https://my.simplegive.com/App/Giving/sttims.
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
200 Oyster Creek Drive
Lake Jackson, TX 77566