We Need Lent!

It’s the rare person who says, “Oh great, it’s Lent again!” But we need Lent. Lent is a very mature season of the church year. It calls on us to grow, to prepare, to be stretched, by God’s grace. It does invite us to consider the desert times of life… you know, those experiences that […]

Fundraising Dinner, Auction & Dessert Contest!

On February 11, 2023 from 5 – 7:30 pm, St. Timothy is holding a fundraising dinner along with both a live and silent auction – all proceeds will support our 2023 Ministry Plan! Tickets are on sale in the narthex before and after worship services on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $15 for adults, and […]

Christmas has come and gone…..now what?

When the angels’ song is stilled, When the star in the sky is gone, When the kings and the princes are home, When the shepherds are back with their flock, The work of Christmas begins: — To find the lost — To heal the broken — To feed the hungry — To release the prisoner […]

How do Lutherans Celebrate Advent

Advent is the first season in the church year, comprising the four weeks before Christmas. The word “Advent” comes from the Latin, “to come,” and the church has observed Advent as weeks of preparation since the fifth century with themes of watchfulness, preparation, and hope infusing this season. Together we both anticipate the celebration of […]

Thanks be to God for this Beautiful Artwork Reflecting our RIC Commitment!

On October 25, 2022, St. Timothy Lutheran Church will celebrate five years as a Reconciling in Christ (RIC) community, a community which openly embraces and welcomes all people, regardless of faith history, legal status, economic status, addiction recovery, personal history, marital status, education, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or physical or mental abilities. [...]

Supported, Loved and Accepted!

Finding a church, for many, may be a tedious process, full of trial and error. I had driven past St. Timothy numerous times after moving to Hendersonville in May of 2019. Having been confirmed at Christ Lutheran Church in Antioch, I knew liturgy and format, so I felt comfortable with that aspect. Between May and [...]

Why we joined St. Timothy

Joe and Jennifer Howard recently joined St. Timothy Lutheran Church.  Find out a little about them and why they joined the church - in their own words! We have been married 11 years and have lived in Hendersonville more than 12 years.  We have five children ages 10 to 21 years old.  We chose St [...]

Bread Baking Ministry

Sometimes an opportunity to get plugged into our church community just falls into our lap. And that’s exactly what happened when Pastor Jennifer introduced a communion bread ministry to our parish. As part of her Lenten practice, Pastor Jennifer baked the Holy Eucharist Host for our faith community. It was such a lovely, personal gesture [...]

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Caring for the Altar

Who sets up and cleans up Communion for every service? Who takes care of the altar, flower arranging, and decorating for the seasons?  Who fills the candles with oil?  Who hangs the banners and altar cloths for the liturgical year?  Who launders the altar cloths?     Yes, the Altar Guild. In general, this group takes care [...]
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