Chapel Services for Summer 2016

The ministry of St. Timothy’s includes worship, meditation and study.

To set foot in a Christian chapel or church is to enter a mysterious place. At its center – always, everywhere – is a living encounter with Christ. Jesus is an historical figure, it turns out, in more than one way. Wherever “two or three are gathered in my name, I am there…,” he promised; and it is so.

Who is this Jesus? For twenty centuries, the church has struggled to state the identity and meaning of Jesus for particular times and places. In the 4th century Nicene Creed, Jesus is “begotten of the Father before all worlds; God of God; Light of Light; very God of very God.” In the 5th century Chalcedonian Creed, he is “truly God and truly human.” For Dietrich Bonhoeffer, he was “the man for others.” We will be hearing this theme and this question addressed each Sunday at St. Timothy’s Chapel this summer.

Sunday Services will begin June 5th and conclude with services on August 28th.
Services begin at 11:00am on Sundays.

Rev. Canon Andrew J.W. Mullins

June 5  Great Things Happen In Small Towns
June 12  Proper Simon….Simple Simon?

Rev. Don Dempsey

June 19
Growing Up
I Peter 2: 1-10

Rev. Gordon C. Stewart

June 26 Jesus the Brain Surgeon
July 3 Noah’s Ark: Only Two Worms – No Fishing!!!
July 10 The Green Man: Ancient and Modern

Rev. Dr. Wayne G. Boulton

July 17 The Death of a Friend
John 11 (Selections)
July 24
Money and the Great Commandment
John 12: 1-8
July 31
The Peculiar Privilege of Following the Lord
John 12: 20-26
August 7
Jesus’ Last Lecture (I)
John 13: 1-11
August 14
Jesus’ Last Lecture (II)
John 15: 1-11
August 21
Jesus’ Last Lecture (III)
John 15: 18-25
August 28
We’re More Like Peter Than We Think
John 21: 15-19