- Faith Formation
- Education & Youth Ministries
- Grow Your Faith
- Outreach & Ministries
- Contact Us
The Eucharist is the center of our faith—the “source and summit” of what we believe and practice as Catholics.
Please contact the parish office for information on how to prepare to receive First Communion. Second graders spend the year preparing to make their First Holy Communion in the spring. Adults should contact the parish office for specific details and explore the RCIA program.
9:00 AM, 5:30 PM
7:30, 9:00, 10:45 AM
12:30, 5:30 PM
Monday – Thursday
6:15 AM, 12:00 NN
6:15 AM, 9:00 AM, 12:00 NN
* Saturday & Sunday: Rosary 30 Minutes before each Mass
* Monday to Thursday: Rosary after 12 PM Mass
* Friday: Rosary after 12 PM Mass
11:00 AM & 7:00 PM
Available anytime by appointment.
Monday – Friday
7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
WHAT IS EUCHARISTIC ADORATION?
Eucharistic Adoration is the adoration of Jesus Christ present in the Holy Eucharist. The Eucharist is displayed in a special holder called a monstrance, and people come to pray and worship Jesus continually throughout the day and often the night.
Altar Dei (Altar Flowers)
Our mission is to bring a bit of God’s green creation inside the church, to remind ourselves and the parish of the beauty of His wonderful gifts. Surrounding our tabernacle and sanctuary with graceful plants/flowers adds visual splendor to our holiest place and spotlights our faith in the Real Presence. We work every Friday morning after the 9 o’clock mass and are usually finished by 10:30 AM.
We welcome both men and women with plant skills, since we regularly receive help from husbands and other male volunteers as needed.
Contact: Terri Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Altar servers (4th-12th grade) assist the priest by preparing the vessels for the altar and aiding the celebrant with liturgical functions. For information concerning training sessions, please call the parish office.
Extraordinary Ministers Of The Eucharist
The Ministry of Lector is a layperson’s special privilege of proclaiming the “Word of God” both Daily and during the Weekend Masses. During the Mass, the Lector normally proclaims the Word by reading from the Lectionary. The first reading is traditionally from the Old Testament or one of Saint Paul’s Epistles; the second reading is usually from the New Testament. Additionally, the Lector will generally read the Prayer of the Faithful or the Intercessions if a Deacon is not present.
We have a variety of ways that instrumentalists of all kinds can serve both inside and outside of the liturgy.
- Adult Choir (open to high school and older)
rehearsals: Thursdays, 7:30-9PM
sings weekly at the 10:45AM Sunday Mass
- Youth Choir (grades 4-8)
rehearsals: Sundays, 9-10AM (occasionally 8AM)
sings once a month at the 9AM Sunday Mass
- Children’s Choir (grades K-3)
rehearsals: Sundays, 12-1PM (occasionally 8AM)
sings once a month at the 9AM Sunday Mass with the Youth Choir
- Volunteer Cantors
The Usher’s Ministry at St. Timothy’s Church helps welcome and ensure the comfort and safety of parishioners at Holy Mass. We are often the first face incoming Mass attendees see when arriving at Church. While Ushers have a number of specific pre- and during-Mass duties, we attempt to enthusiastically and warmly greet and assist parishioners and strive to provide an excellent, safe, and comfortable setting for everyone prior to and during the celebration of Mass.