to St.Timothy's Anglican Church.

In response to the love shown to us by God, though His Son Jesus Christ, we gather to join with Him in His mission to share that love with the world around us.

Located on the corner of 145
th Street and 84th Avenue St. Timothy's provides a home from which we embrace the mission of Christ and share the word of God.

With morning prayer on weekday mornings at 9:00 AM and regular Sunday services at 8:30 AM (BCP: traditional) and 10:00 AM (BAS: contemporary). Everyone is welcome.

Whether you're looking for a place for some quiet prayer and contemplation, some Christian fellowship or a spiritual home please drop in and join us. For more information about St. Timothy's call or contact us via the Contact page.

More information about St. Timothy's can be found in the About page.

    Bring your friends
                Bring your family
                            AND Bring your FAVORITE board games!

    Monthly board game nights provide lots of time for fun & fellowship. They are held on the 1st Saturday evening of every month (except Jan). With a tasty​ Spaghetti dinner served from 530pm to 7pm and light dessert with refreshments, you’ll look forward to regularly catching up with everyone of all ages to enjoy.

    4pm - 10pm
    $5/person or $20/family, ​including dinner
    S​t Timothy’s Anglican Church 8420-145 Street NW

    Mark your Calendars 
    Next Dates: N​ov 7th, Dec 5th, Jan 9th, Feb 6th, Mar 5th, Apr 2nd & May 7th.
    Posted Nov 6, 2015, 8:56 PM by System Manager
  • Youth Group
    Youth group has started for this year! Please read below for a message from Sydney Caron, the youth leader. If you have any questions or would like to speak with Sydney about youth group, please contact the church  office to request her contact information. 

    Our first Monday night Youth Group meeting was an introduction to what a typical night at Youth would be like. We began our night with a time of socializing, allowing an opportunity for youth to meet and greet one another. Next, we prepared for prayer by taking a 10 minute personal quiet time to listen to a worship song, pray, and rest. Then, we came together in a prayer circle, each taking turns to pray as we contributed with a response to one of the following statements: God You Are..., God I am thankful for..., God I give you..., God please be with..., and God I need... After our group prayer we discussed the importance of "Prayer Partners".  This will be a weekly activity that will provide an opportunity to pray with and for another person, and to be prayed for, weekly as we meet at Youth Group and also as our prayer partner comes to mind throughout the week. Following our time of partnered prayer we broke into groups and brainstormed discussion topics that will be explored and discussed during a weekly activity called "Table Talk" where groups of Youth will discuss a topic and share their experiences, opinions, and ideas. Next, the Youth will usually  participate in a time of listening and learning about the theme for the month. This will occur through the use of videos, books, and presentations. Following this the Youth will break into discussion groups that will be led by our leaders Lynne, Graham, Curtis, Josiah, Brittany, Dez, & Aiden. In these groups Youth will have an opportunity to further discuss the presentation, video or speaker, creating an interactive learning experience. A physical activity will follow. Snack and a time of fellowship will end the night. Youth Group ends at 9:00pm. Most Youth nights will follow this structure.

    We are very excited to welcome new Youth Members! We are also welcoming and appreciating new Youth Leaders this year. Without the dedication, time, and energy of these leaders Youth Group would not be possible.

    This year the Youth will learn about the Five Marks of Mission. Throughout the year we will participate in faith building activities, mission work, and volunteer service. This year we will also hear from groups, speakers, and ministries that work in mission. Youth will be encouraged to recognize and explore their own spiritual gifts, passions, and identity in Christ as they work to find a personal way to proclaim the gospel, encourage others, transform unjust structures, respond to human need, and safeguard creation. Check out the schedule below!

    September 28th: 
    Introduction and outline of the Five Marks of Mission.
    October 5th:   To Proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom. 
    November 9th:   To teach, baptise, and nurture new believers. 
    January 18th:   To seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation. 
    March 7th:   To respond to human need by loving service. 
    May 2nd:   To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the Earth. 

    Mark your calendars! 
    Sleepovers:  November 20th, February 19th, April 9th, and June 18th.
            *If you would like to commit to making breakfast for one of the sleepovers, please contact me! 
    Episcapoolza: October 16th + 17th at St. Matthias. 
    Camp Nakamun Winter Retreat: January 8th-10th.

    Sep:  14th, 21st, 28th - St. Paul's 
    Oct:  5th, 19th, 26th - St. Timothy's
    Nov:  2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th - St. Paul's
    Dec:  7th, 14th - St. Timothy's
    Jan:  11th, 18th, 25th - St. Paul's
    Feb:  1st, 8th, 22nd, 29th - St. Timothy's
    Mar:  7th, 14th, 21st - St. Paul's
    Apr:  4th, 11th, 18th, 25th - St. Timothy's
    May:  2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th - St. Paul's
    Jun:  6th, 13th, 20th, 25th - St. Paul's

    Parent meetings will be held on November 9th, January 18th, and March 7th. These meetings will take place at 7:00pm-7:45pm. Please consider joining us to discuss upcoming events, themes, and plans! Parent meetings will act as an opportunity for discussion surrounding the Youth! Please join us! Your attendance and support is greatly appreciated!
    Posted Oct 1, 2015, 12:38 PM by System Manager
  • Church Survey
    St. Timothy's has been invited to use the services of “HolyCow! Consulting” to help us plan our future. The first step is to conduct a congregational assessment to provide a clear picture of who we are as a church and what directions are most important for our future. We are using the Church Assessment Tool (CAT) to help us to collect and understand the range of views that exist at St. Timothy’s and the possibilities, willingness, capacity and energy for moving our ministry into the future. This will provide key indicators of our congregational health along with areas of challenge and potential growth.

    As the outcomes of this survey will be used to make plans for our future we need as much participation as possible to ensure no one group is overrepresented or underrepresented. Please make sure your voice (and those of your household) are included by having each individual complete their own survey.

    The survey period is from May 5, 2015 to June 21, 2015. The will take about 10-20 minutes to complete so please set aside enough time to answer all the questions as the entire survey must be completed in one in one session. All survey responses are strictly anonymous. 

    You can complete the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/StTimothyACEdmonton

    Note: If you would prefer to take the assessment using a paper copy, the attached PDF can be printed, completed and dropped off at the church. Or, you can get a printed copy from  the office, or from a sidesperson on Sunday morning.

    Thank you for your willingness to be a part of this congregational assessment and for helping to build St. Timothy’s future. Along with prayer and further conversations, this survey will help us see where God is calling us.
    Posted May 5, 2015, 1:31 PM by System Manager
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