Welcome.  In response to God’s call we, the congregation of St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, declare our commitment to opening our hearts and our church family to all people in our community.

In response to the love shown to us by God, through 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 145th Street and 84th Avenue St. Timothy's provides a home from which we embrace the mission of Christ and share in the word of God.

Morning prayer is on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:15  AM and regular Sunday services are at 8:30 AM, Book of Common Prayer (BCP: traditional) and 10:00 AM, Book of Alternative Services (BAS: contemporary).

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 further information about St. Timothy's please call us at (780) 483-5506.

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

  • Lent and Easter
    February 14th, Valentines Day, is all about love. This year February 14th is also the beginning of Lent, a whole season about love, a much bigger kind of love.

    Attached is a document containing a reflection on the Lent and Easter season, and the service times during Lent and Easter. 

    Posted Jan 29, 2018, 1:37 PM by Saint Timothy's
  • Lent Madness

    It's madness. Lent Madness that is.

    Lent Madness begins Thursday Feb. 15, 2018 (the day after Ash Wednesday) and, for the 4th year, St. Timothy's is abuzz with excitement.

    To learn more about Lent Madness check out the website below. To find out participating, send an email lentmadness@sttimothy-edm.ca.

    About Lent Madness
    Lent Madness began in 2010 as the brainchild of the Rev. Tim Schenck. In seeking a fun, engaging way for people to learn about the men and women comprising the Church’s Calendar of Saints.

    The format is straightforward: 32 saints are placed into a tournament-like single elimination bracket. Each pairing remains open for a set period of time and people vote for their favorite saint. See Brian or Sally for your copy of the Saintly Scorecard. If you prefer not to vote, read about a different Saint daily in your Saintly Scorecard during Lent as a Lenten devotion which gives you everything you need to know! More info at: www.lentmadness.org.

    Posted Jan 30, 2018, 11:20 AM by Saint Timothy's
  • We're in the Loop
    An inductive loop for assisted listening that is.

    St. Timothys has temporarily installed a portable inductive loop system (photos are of the installation). An inductive loop system creates a magnetic field that works with the T-Coil (telecoil) installed in many hearing aids.

    According to the Canadian Hearing Society (www.chs.ca) nearly 1 in 4 Canadians report having some hearing loss. Doing what we can to make our services as accessible as possible is an important priority for us, and the early feedback has been incredibly positive.

    If hearing loss has been keeping you from attending church, join us for a service and experience the difference. The system will be in place until January 7, 2018. While your hearing aid must have a T-Coil to work with the inductive loop, we do have a couple of portable listeners (which have a T-Coil in them) and headphones so you can hear the difference. You can try the portable listeners if your hearing aid does not have a T-Coil, or if your just curious about how it works.

    Posted Dec 18, 2017, 8:32 PM by Saint Timothy's
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