This Week at St Timothy's
Almighty and everlasting God, you govern all things both in heaven and on earth: Mercifully hear the supplications of your people, and in our time grant us your peace; 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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This Week
Tonight's Schedule
5-5:45pm   Cantate (Youth Choir - grades 6-12)
5-5:20pm   Pre-K Godly Play in C-3 (Caregiver/Child)
5:15-6pm   Dinner in Drake Hall
5:45-6:30pm  Pre-K Formation & Nursery; Grades K-2 Formation; Grades 3-5 St. Francis Choir
6-7pm     EYC (Grades 6-12) & Adult Formation
6:30-7pm   Pre-K Formation & Nursery; Grades K-2 Cherub Choir; Grades 3-5 Formation
Wednesday Adult Formation in January
This month we will explore two controversial and misunderstood saints, William Laud and King Charles I. On January 31 we'll explore King Charles I, who was also beheaded on January 30.
Wednesday, January 17 | Evensong, Part I (Evensong follows at 6:30)
Wednesday, January 24 | Evensong, Part II (Evensong follows at 6:30)
Wednesday, January 31 | Charles I, King and Martyr
Candlemas this Friday
Liturgical Kalendar
Wednesday, January 31
John Bosco
Intention: for the youth of the parish

Thursday, February 1
Brigid of Kildare
Intention: for babies

Friday, February 2
Intention: for the illumination of Christ's light

Saturday, February 3
Intention: for those with throat ailments

Sunday, February 4

Monday, February 5
The Martyrs of Japan
Intention: for those who suffer in silence

Tuesday, February 6
Intention: for the Anglican Shrine of OLW
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
This Friday evening for Candlemas, Christin Barnhardt, Robert Matthews, and Chris Ervin will sing William Byrd's Mass for Three Voices.  

Byrd's three unaccompanied masses composed during the 1590s are masterpieces of late Elizabethan polyphony. These masses - for three, four, and five voices - were composed for Catholics' secret use during a period when celebration of the mass was forbidden in England. The Mass for Three Voices (1593-1594) is the briefest of Byrd's masses, perhaps because the opportunities for expanding the thematic material are limited by only having three voices. The vocal writing is fairly straightforward. It is mostly syllabic (one note per syllable) with a few melismatic moments (many notes per syllable), but Byrd manages to create some beautifully expressive moments that highlight the text well.

Liturgical Improvisation No.1: "My soul hath a desire and longing to enter the courts of the Lord," George Oldroyd

Hail to the Lord who comes, No. 259
Lord God, you now have set your servant free, No. 499
Christ, whose glory fills the skies, No. 7
Sing we of the blessed Mother, No. 278

Schola Choir Anthem:

Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin, Johann Sebastian Bach

This Sunday, the full choir will sing Hugo Distler's arrangement of the hymn "Praise to the Lord," which the choral scholars sang last Sunday. This is a rhythmic and lively arrangement of the familiar hymn, and we hope that it will help enliven your worship on Sunday. We always have extra chairs in the choir loft on Sunday mornings and in rehearsal on Wednesday evenings. If you would like to come sing with us or have any questions about what that would look like, please contact me at or call the church office.

At the 9am mass, Mary Berstone, soprano; David Berstone, horn, will sing "Morning Star in Darkest Night," a Moravian anthem composed by Julius Otto (1804-1877) and edited by Nola Reed Knouse in 2016.

At the 11am mass, Sarah Taylor, mezzo soprano will sing Felix Mendelssohn's "O Rest in the Lord" from Elijah.
Father, we praise thee, No. 1
If thou but trust in God to guide thee, No. 635
The people who is darkness walked, No. 126
O bless the Lord my soul, No. 411

See you Sunday,
The Way | Father DJ
I will be absent from St. Tim’s for a short time to participate in one of the oldest Christian devotional practices: going on a pilgrimage. I am going on pilgrimage to the small rural village of Walsingham, England, to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. One of the oldest and most venerated pilgrimage sites in the British Isles, the Shrine dates back to 1091, even older than the more famous shrine of St. Thomas Becket at Canterbury (of Canterbury Tales fame). My prayer is that the journey will be a fruitful one for me in my own walk with Christ, and that it will strengthen me for the ministry to which he has called me.

Truth be told, the Christian life as a whole is really a kind of pilgrimage. This is not a new idea, by any means. The Pilgrim’s Progress, written by John Bunyan in 1678 and one of the best-selling English novels of all time, portrays the life of an individual Christian allegorically as a journey along the straight and narrow King’s Highway to the Celestial City.

But this idea is even older. Throughout the New Testament, the Apostles suggest that Christians are strangers and pilgrims in this present, because “our citizenship is in heaven,” (Philippians 3:20), that is, our true home is where God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – reigns. Since we still pray for God’s Kingdom to come “on earth as it is in heaven,” we are still ‘not quite at home’ in this world, but rather finding our way to our true home. In fact, the earliest name for the Christian faith was “the Way,” as evidenced in the Book of Acts (for example, in 9:2). And, in John 14:6, Jesus calls himself “the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” Thus, Jesus is not only the goal of our pilgrimage, but also the very road that gets us there.

Wherever our feet may take us, let us, as brothers and sisters in Christ, walk this way together, till we all reach the true Shrine, where all wanderings come to an end.
Young Adult Small Group | Fr DJ Griffin
The Young Adults Group is up and running! We invite all the young adults of the parish to gather every other Thursday for fellowship and study of the week's Scripture readings. We will be meeting on Thursday January 25th, 7:00 PM in the community room at Twin City Hive Coffee (301 Brookstown Avenue Suite 300). Come join us!
Priest and a Rabbi Schedule
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
Youth Parents: Potato Bar on Feb 7
Hello Youth Parents,

On February 7, the youth will provide dinner for Wednesday night. The menu is a potato bar. CLICK HERE to sign-up to bring an item or two. 

Please have all items to Drake Hall by 4:45. Youth will be responsible for set up, serving, and clean up. Parent help with the last part is appreciated! Please bring hot items in a container that will keep them warm. 

Kelly Hines
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
January 28, 2018

Morning Prayer: 6
7:30 Low Mass: 43
9:00 Low Mass: 190
11:00 Sung Mass: 81
Mass Total: 314
Average Attendance for 2018: 334

Offering: for week ending at 1/28: $ 14,557
Altar Flowers

The altar arrangements are given to the Glory of Almighty God and in memory of Matthew Doyle Redmon by Harold & Faye Redmon. 

Shrine Lamps

The St Timothy Shrine Lamp is not sponsored at this time.

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.