This Week at St Timothy's
Almighty and everlasting God, you hate nothing you have made and forgive the sins of all who are penitent: Create and make in us new and contrite hearts, that we, worthily lamenting our sins and acknowledging our wretchedness, may obtain of you, the God of all mercy, perfect remission and forgiveness; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
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Shrove Tuesday Tonight
Please join us in Drake Hall on Tuesday, February 13 at 5:30 PM for our Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper with a Mardi Gras mini-parade, jazz, beads, and crafts for kids. All donations will benefit our Youth Mission Trip to Valle Crucis this summer.
Ash Wednesday Schedule
There are three opportunities for Ash Wednesday and the Imposition of Ashes.

following Morning Prayer. Spoken mass at the side altar.
in the Church with choir
Solemn High Mass
Liturgical Kalendar
Wednesday, February 14
Intention: for a Holy Lent

Thursday, February 15
Commemoration of Thomas Bray
Intention: for strength in Lenten disciplines

Friday, February 16
Intention: for the altar guild

Saturday, February 17
Commemoration of Junani Luwam
Intention: for the staff

Sunday, February 18

Monday, February 19
Intention: for the women of the parish

Tuesday, February 20
Intention: for the honorary priest associate
Words defined:

Intention: In the Holy Eucharist we receive remission of our sins and "all other benefits of his passion." In the celebration of the Eucharist, we apply those benefits to a particular intention. You can see examples of masses for particular intentions on pages 199-210 in the Prayer Book. 17th century Anglican divine Jeremy Taylor wrote, " "It follows then that the celebration of this sacrifice be, in its proportion, an instrument of applying the proper sacrifice to all the purposes for which it was first designed. It is ministerially, and by application, an instrument propitiatory; it is eucharistical; it is an hommage and an act of adoration, and it is impetratory, and obtains for us and for the whole church, all the benefits of the sacrifice, which is now celebrated and applied; that is, as this rite is the remembrance and ministerial celebration of Christ's sacrifice, so it is destined to do honour to God... to beg pardon, blessings, and supply of all our needs" (Discourse XlX, 4).
Stewardship & Giving
More Than Enough
Click here to read Amy McFerrin's article on More Than Enough.
Click here to read Becky Johnston's article.
Click here to read Andy Blair's article.
Click here to read Megan Farrell's article.
From the Choir Loft | Christin Barnhardt
St Timothy's choristers rehearse twice weekly and have become an integral part of St Timothy's music ministry. They are singing beautiful music and singing it well, and they often amaze me with their insights about the music we sing. One of the choristers made my day this Monday when we were rehearsing William Byrd's Miserere mei, Deus (Have mercy on me, O God) that the choristers will sing with the Schola Choir on Ash Wednesday. We sang the end of the piece and after the cut-off there was a stillness in the air that is rare in a room of fifteen children and adolescents. Then one of the choristers uttered in a hushed tone, "that is beautiful!" And he was right! 

Come worship in the beauty of holiness for Ash Wednesday and the First Sunday of Lent. As the choir sings the psalms and anthems, let them pray on your behalf. During the hymns and service music, sing with the choir and offer your own prayers of penitence and thanksgiving. You also have the opportunity to let prayers wash over you this Sunday evening 8-8:30pm: Lenten Compline, sung by our choral scholars in the church.

Music for Wednesday's noon Ash Wednesday mass will be led by our Choral Scholars. The Children's Choirs, Choristers, Parish Choir, and Schola Choir will sing the 6:30pm mass:
Psalm 103
Miserere mei (Psalm 51), William Byrd
Wash me throughly , S.S. Wesley
Create in Me a Clean Heart, O God, Gwendolyn Emery-Owings

Ash Wednesday Hymns:
Lord Jesus, think on me, No. 641
Jesus all my gladness, No. 701
O day of God, draw nigh , No. 601
Lord, who throughout these forty days, No. 142

On Sunday, we will sing at all three masses: 7:30am, 9am, and 11am
7:30am hymns:
Lord, who throughout these forty days , No. 142
Eternal Father, strong to save , No. 608

9am & 11am hymns:
Lord, who throughout these forty days , No. 142
O Love of God, how strong and true , No. 455
Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face, No. 318
The glory of these forty days, No. 143
Eternal Lord of love, behold your Church, No. 149

Call to Remembrance, Richard Farrant
Prelude, Gerald Finzi
Fantasia V, Johann Jakob Froberger

11am mass: Great Litany in procession

Prayers for a blessed Lent,
Priest and a Rabbi Schedule - This Thursday!
Morning Lenten Bible Study to beginning Feb 21
A new mid-morning Bible Study on Sunday Lenten readings will begin next Wednesday, February 21 at 10:30am until March 21. Please bring your bibles and we start in the Gribbin Conference Room.
Looking for a place to serve?
Children's Formation is looking for a few more volunteers for Sunday mornings during the 9am mass and during the formation "hour". Please let Katie Bryant know if you are willing to help in a Godly Play or Catchesis of the Good Shepherd group (no training necessary--we will tell you all you need to know to assist.) ​
Our Common Life
Requiescat in Pace | Frank Thomspon & Harold Redmon
This Saturday we commend to Almighty God the souls of Frank Thompson and Harold Redmon. Mr. Thompson's funeral will be at 10:30am in the Chapel and Mr. Redmon's funeral will be at 2:30pm, also in the Chapel. Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord, and may light perpetual shine upon them.
Hospitality for Officers on Sunday Mornings
Please help welcome our Winston Salem police officer to services on Sunday mornings. Follow the link below to sign up to provide a snack. The officers enjoy homemade baked goods or breakfast items such as bagels, muffins, or pastries. If items contain nuts please label them. Snacks should be delivered to the basket at the welcome counter in the narthex on Sunday mornings. If you have questions please contact Megan Farrell at or 336.408.7779. Thank you for extending a warm welcome to our officers!

Link to sign up.
Write to Graham Green in Iraq
Our own Graham Green is a Lt Col in the Army National Guard and is currently deployed in Iraq. We are proud of Graham, his wife, Shannon, and children Garrison and Julia. We will continue to surround them with prayer. He is able to receive letters at the address below. Please use the address exactly as it is printed.

LTC Graham Green
HHC 449th CAB
Camp Taji
St Timothy's Stickers
We have a limited number of St Timothy's stickers (perfect for car windows). If you would like one, they will be in the office and in the narthex on Sunday. We will reorder to meet the demand.

If you put the sticker on your car, send us a picture!
Mass & Mammon

February 11, 2018

Morning Prayer: 4
7:30 Low Mass: 34
9:00 Low Mass: 211
11:00 Sung Mass: 79
Mass Total: 324
Evensong: 63
Sunday Total: 387

Average Attendance for 2018: 325

Offering: for week ending at 2/11: n/a
Altar Flowers

There are no altar flowers during the season of Lent.

Shrine Lamps

The St Timothy Shrine Lamp is given to the Glory of God and in honor of and in gratitude for Adrienne Beauchamp for her seven years of service to The Abraham Project by The Abraham Project.

The Sanctuary Lamp is given to the Glory of God and in honor of our daughters, Kelly & Erin
by Gini & Ken Gerrity.

The Lady of Walsingham Lamp is given to the glory of God and In honor of Ella & Katie McFerrin by their parents. 

The St. Michael the Archangel Lamp is given to the Glory of God and with prayers for the protection of LTC Graham Green and all those in our armed forces by the women of St. Timothy’s.