St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Henderson Nevada

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    St. Timothy’s church is a landmark in downtown Henderson

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    Everyone enjoys getting together for a project

  • School

    Sunday School

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    Faith Alive

  • Education & Youth

    We have Educational opportunities plus several active and exciting youth programs at St. Timothy’s. We welcome all to visit. Please Contact Us for more information.

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  • Service Schedule

    SUNDAY Holy Eucharist 8:00 am 10:00 am
    Opportunity for healing prayers at 10am service
    Sunday School Ages 3+ 9:45 am
    TUESDAY & FRIDAY Holy Eucharist 12:00

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  • Meetings & Groups

    WE ARE FORTUNATE TO HOST MANY GROUPS - May you find friendships in Christ in this place.

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Over 66 Years Proclaiming “The Good News of Christ”

Upcoming Events

News & Notes

  • Bishop’s Annual Visit

    Bishop Dan Edwards made his annual visit to St. Timothy’s on Sunday March 2, 2014.  It was a glorious and lively day.  The Bishop confirmed three young people, received the renewal of ordination vows from Deacon John and Mother Lewis, and shared coffee hour time with parishioners.  He also met with the vestry to encourage […]

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  • Vestry Retreat Held

    The Vestry of St. Timothy’s attended a luncheon and retreat on Sunday March 16, 2014 to set a foundation of prayer and planning for the journey forward.  We decided that, among other things, the vestry’s work will be grounded in prayer and spiritual growth  by opening each meeting with one member contributing a reflection, prayers, […]

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  • Lenten Bible Study

    Deacon John Jordan is leading a Lenten Bible study using the Kerygma program for reflection on the Lenten portions of music from Handel’s Messiah.  The group meets at the church at 9:00 a.m. on Saturdays until April 8, 2014.  All are welcome.

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Words of Inspiration

A thought for Lent:

Jesus said in Matthew 6:16
"Whenever you fast, do not look dismal". Lent is not supposed to be dismal. It is, however, supposed to be a holy time. There is no rule that says anyone must be miserable during Lent. The whole point of any observance of Lent is not to make us unhappy, but rather it is to create a space where God may dwell more fully. At St. Timothy's we began making room for God at the Ash Wednesday liturgy. During that time, we prayed in silence and also received ashes as a sign of repentance. We made our confession and received communion. And now, we have some time before Easter to practice holiness daily.

The Church commends the weekdays of Lent as times of "special devotion", as an observance of bodily discipline as well as a spiritual one. The beauty of Lent is that every person gets to choose what is right and meaningful for themselves. Some people choose fasting, some choose extra spiritual reading, or more frequent prayer, or doing community service, or actually going to church every week. Whatever we choose, God honors that as an offering of ourselves. Jesus told his disciples to do these things without fanfare, and with a sense of holy joy.

Lent is not a time to be dismal or unhappy. It is a time of joyful dedication and anticipation of a closer walk with God. Let us all pray that we might see our Lord face to face more fully as we await the day of Resurrection. .

Cynthia Lewis+
Interim Priest in Charge

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Come and Visit!

All Are Welcome to visit our church near downtown historic Henderson Nevada

T 702-565-8033
F 702-565-9638

43 W. Pacific Avenue
Henderson NV 89015

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