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Services at St. Timothy’s
Episcopalians enjoy meals – especially the communion meal (also known as “the eucharist,” “the Lord’s Supper,” “Holy Communion,” and “the Mass”). Most public worship services at St. Tim’s include this, each with a particular “flavor:”
7:00 pm Wednesday – The Liturgy of Ash Wednesday
Holy Communion in the Nave, 8:00 am & 10:00 am
8:00 am Sunday – a mostly-spoken and quiet (yet full) celebration, using the modern language, yet traditional format Prayer Book service, affectionately known as Rite II. Most Sundays this service includes an organ prelude & postlude + a closing hymn, sung by the congregation.
10:00 am Sunday – our principal weekly celebration, filled with music (usually led by choir and organ), also a Rite II service that employs prayers from a variety of resources authorized for use in the Episcopal Church.
Sunday School for Children, 9:45 am
St. Timothy’s offers hearing devices to better help those impaired. Please ask the usher for assistance.
Wednesday 7:00 pm – through Lent
A very informal, “gathered around the altar” celebration in which the Gospel reading leads to group reflection/conversation, then the prayers and communion. [During Advent (the month preceding Christmas) and Lent (the 6 weeks preceding Easter), the Wednesday evening pattern and time may change.]
Thursday, 11:00 am
A relatively traditional Rite II service of communion that includes communing one another around the altar as well as the laying on of hands and anointing for healing.
Thursday, 9:30 pm: Bowling Green
(when classes are in session at Bowling Green State University) – part of the BRIDGES | Episcopal Campus Ministry at BGSU, a small choir leads chanted Compline – a 30-minute, candle-lit service, led by a small a capella choir, employing ancient plainsong chant to offer all of the prayers and scripture; on the first Thursday of each month Compline is replaced by an informal candle-lit celebration of the eucharist, in which the Gospel reading opens to group reflection, then the prayers & communion of one another around the altar. This service meets at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Wooster at Mercer (1/2 block west of the Stroh Center), on the Bowling Green State University campus
St. Timothy’s has many opportunities for members to serve as Acolytes, Lay Ministers, Readers, Ushers, and Greeters within our worship service. Training is provided and your service to God is most welcome.