Worship and Music
St. Timothy's Services
8:00 am Sunday
A spoken celebration, using the modern language, yet traditional format Prayer Book service known as Rite II. Livestream here.
10:00 am Sunday
A Rite II celebration that included organ music and St. Timothy's choir. Livestream here
7:00 pm Wednesday
Healing Service: A service with prayers for those who are ill or in need of healing by bringing them into the presence of Christ for healing and reconciliation.
St. Timothy's Choir and Organist
St. Timothy’s is blessed with extremely talented and dedicated professionals that have helped lead our program to new heights. We are led by Organist, Michael Gartz, and Choirmaster, Ryan Ebright. St. Timothy’s music is simply inspiring.
Our talented choir of dedicated singers offer music and lead the congregation in singing every Sunday from September through May at the 10:00 AM service. Renaissance English composers are featured such as William Byrd, Thomas Tallis; American composers David Hurd, E. Titcomb, T.F. Candlyn; English composers Bob Chilcott, John Rutter, R. Vaughan Williams and others, as well as unique and beautiful arrangements of our sacred hymnody from the 1982 Hymnal. St. Timothy’s uses The Wonder, Love, and Praise hymnal and Taizé music in congregational worship. We support the beautiful liturgies of the Episcopal church through music, and seek to glorify God and feed his people.
Throughout the year, the addition of musical instruments, such as harp, violin, flute, trumpet, and other brass enhance the musical offerings of the choir. Singers are always welcome to join and help us make “a joyful noise unto the Lord.” Choir rehearsals are Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM
A new Muller Pipe Organ
We are coming ever closer to the time when our Muller pipe organ will be installed. St. Timothy's music program will be lifted to new heights as we transition from an electronic organ to a sound that will envelope your being.
St. Timothy's is making plans for the installation of a gorgeous refurbished pipe organ. This is a massive project which will be completed in the next three years. This video is provided by Mueller Pipe Organ which discusses the installation process.