St. Tim's Discover's

St. Tim's Discovers presents local soloists and ensembles, particularly young musicians, in the greater Toledo area to the public free of charge. Be inspired.

Cornerstone Chorale and Brass

Music, Singing
Friday, October 19, 7:30 PM
Zoar Lutheran Church
314 East Indiana, Perrysburg

Cornerstone presents a powerful message of reconciliation, healing, and social justice through narration and a wide variety of traditional music. Woven together with newly composed musical interludes, it focuses on our faith and God’s call to follow Christ and serve those in need. The ensemble of 20 singers, 8 instrumentalists, and narrator have presented 463 concerts in the U.S and Canada.
Admission free; Donations gratefully received.

Parade

Perrysburg Musicial Theatre, St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
November 8 and 9:00 PM
November10, 2:00 pm
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
871 E Boundary, Perrysburg

Jason Robert Brown’s critically-acclaimed Broadway musical
Tickets: Perrysburg Musical Theatre

Sax 4th Avenue

Saks 4th Avenue
Sunday, January 20, 3:00 PM
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
871 E Boundary, Perrysburg
Admission free, donations gratefully accepted

An Afternoon with Leonard Bernstein

An Afternoon with Leonard Bernstein
Sunday, February 17, 3:00 PM
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
871 E Boundary, Perrysburg

St. Tim’s own (Babb, Bunke, Corrigan, Ebright2, and Gartz) offer a tour of the magnificent career works of Leonard Bernstein – excerpts from Bernstein’s Mass, Candide, West Side Story, and more!
Admission free; Donations gratefully received.

The Zin Quartet: Shostakovich Piano Quintet and Beethoven String Quartet Op. 59 no. 3

Zin Quartet
Sunday, April 14, 3:00 PM
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
871 E Boundary, Perrysburg

The Quintet for piano and strings in G minor, Op. 57, by Dmitry Shostakovich, was composed in 1940... The quintet is made (somewhat unusually for this chamber genre) of five movements, each of which is in readily accessible populist style, and characterized by clearly etched and powerful melodies. The most substantial section, a fugue, follows a prelude in which the generally public mood of the work begins to be established. After the fugal second movement, there follows a brief, pithy scherzo, and an intermezzo which takes the place of the conventional slow movement, before the work ends with a brilliant finale. Virtuoso scoring and a particularly testing and soloistic piano part continue to make the piano quintet Shostakovich's most frequently played chamber work, perhaps overtaken in popularity only by his String Quartet No. 8." Michael Jamison
Admission free; Donations gratefully received
 

 

About St. Tim's Discovers

 

Special Events

Upcoming Community Outreach Programming and Events
Contact 419.874.5704 or office@saint-timothy.net
 
St. Timothy's area activities
September

Harrison Rally Day
Saturday, September 15
Downtown Perrysburg
St. Timothy's has a booth! Sign-up to help on the sheet in our hallway
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Walk in the Park
Sunday, September 16, 1:00 pm
Simpson Garden Park, Bowling Green
Explore 15 different gardens on 11 acres

Commission for Racial Understanding
Sunday, September 16, 4 - 6:00 pm
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
2770 Central Ave, Toledo
There will be a screening of three short videos chronicling Bishop Michael Curry's pilgrimage to Ghana, sites important to the launching of the slave trade, followed by round table discussions. All are welcome. Free child care is available. Mark your calendars for future events on Oct. 21st “Children’s Story-telling Day: Peace-making Across Cultures” and November 18th :“Racial Bias and the Danger of a Single Story”.
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MultiFaith Council Peace Celebration
September 23, 3:30 pm
Sylvania UCC
7240 Erie St, Sylvania
3:30 pm Universal Worship
4:30 or 4:45 Gather at the Peace Pole: Prayers for Peace
5:15 Light refreshments
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October

Commission for Racial Understanding
October 21,4 - 6:00 pm
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
310 Elizabeth St, Maumee
“Children’s Story-telling Day: Peace-making Across Cultures”
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Poor People’s Campaign Teach-in
Tuesday, October 23, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Monroe Street United Methodist Church, Toledo
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November

Commission for Racial Understanding
Sunday, November 18, 4 - 6:00 pm
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
871 E Boundary, Perrysburg
Racial Bias and the Danger of a Single Story