Parish News, Views & Events

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This week at St. Timothy, Nov. 23-30

Sunday, November 23 9 a.m. Living the Lectionary study grp. 10 a.m. Commitment Sunday Holy Eucharist Tuesday, November 25 10 a.m. Parish office open until 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Parish Profile committee mtg. 6:45 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday, November 26 10 a.m. Parish office open until 2 p.m. 12 noon Holy Eucharist 5:30 p.m. Soup Supper…

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Music Ministries: “Artist Series” Kick Off

We are pleased to announce a new initiative from the St. Timothy Music Ministry Team — “The St. Timothy Artist Series.” This Series will feature events, hosted by the Music Ministry Team, that invite local and regional artists to perform at St. Timothy or in the larger community. This provides us with an opportunity to…

Korean War veteran Larry Campbell, Toledo, catches a prestigious ride in the back of a M274 Mule in the Veterans Day Parade in Winlock, 2011.

Nov./Dec. Outreach Focus: Veterans

by Linda White, Outreach Committee Chair To honor military veterans and wounded warriors, our outreach for the month of November and December will be the Chehalis Veterans Museum and Warrior Transition Battalion at Ft. Lewis. The blue piggy bank, located on the Outreach table in the narthex (front entryway), if you wish to give a…

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Soup Supper Study for Catechumens & Friends

PLEASE TAKE NOTE! We will not be meeting on Nov. 26 or Dec. 3, but will meet on Dec. 10 and 17 for the last two sessions. Wednesdays evenings, beginning November 5 and ending on December 3, we will offer a five-session class for catechumens and interested parishioners. All are welcome and encouraged to attend, but…

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The View from the Almost Daily Office

by Sr. Mary Magdala Casey, n/SSG (aka Kimberly Mason) Office Manager, Inreach Coordinator, Editor & Publisher of The Beacon, Fisherman, Sinner & Saint In the Episcopal Church, we believe all people are called to be Ministers. ALL of us. Not just those that wear long white robes or even add funky capes and long, fringed,…

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An Attitude of Gratitude

by Father Richard An “attitude of gratitude” … this is a phrase that could seem a bit trite, but in a recent sermon I spoke of how important it is for us to interact with both God and the world in such a way. Without thanksgiving, we become self-focused, self-contained, self-obsessed. We go through life thinking and…