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Lenten Series

Lenten Series

Embark on a spiritual journey with David Booz's Lenten Series, commencing every Friday starting February 9th at 6 pm, preceding the Stations of the Cross. In the first gathering, you will delve into the purpose of fasting and its historical significance for early Christians. Engage in discussions, as we brainstorm meaningful Lenten disciplines. Subsequent meetings will feature the lecture series Eden to Eden, reflections on lectures, and check-ins on our Lenten disciplines.

2024 Lenten Mission

2024 Lenten Mission

Saint Timothy's is happy to welcome the Reverend Father Michael Cellars of the Diocese of Charleston to preach our 2024 Lenten Mission. The Lenten Mission will take place on March 18-19 at the Church. Our evening will begin with Evensong at 6:30 PM. Fr. Cellars will then preach a conference at 7:00 PM.

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Beginning Friday, February 16th, and continuing through Lent, Knights of Columbus will be hosting Friday Lenten Dinners at St. Joe‘s from 5-7pm.

Meal Train (1920 x 1080 px)

Meal Train (1920 x 1080 px)

Inspired by other local parishes, Saint Timothy’s is starting a meal train apostolate to help out members of our parish who have experienced a significant life event (surgery, birth in the family, death in the family, etc.). This ministry is a tangible way in which we can be the hands and feet of Christ in our community. Please reach out to Megan Booz at mealtrain@sttimsocsp.cc if you or someone you know would benefit from a meal train.

Women's Lenten Bible Study (1)

Women's Lenten Bible Study (1)

Women of Saint Timothy‘s are invited to join a Women‘s Bible Study on the Passion and Resurrection Narratives. The study group will meet on Sundays starting February 18th following Sunday Forum (approx. 12:45 pm) in the Parish Office. Call or text Susan Sucher at 847-721-1324 with any questions. We hope to see you there!

Seminary Formation Fund

Seminary Formation Fund

Last weekend, we held our second collection for the Seminary Formation Fund. Thank you for your support! If you still wish to make a contribution, please take a donation card and pre-addressed envelope today. You may mail it directly to the Chancery in the envelope provided. Checks should be made payable to “Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter” with a completed donation card. You may also give online at www.ordinariate.net/give-to-sff.

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