Worship has changed at St. Timothy’s – like it has changed in nearly every other community. Worship and the formation we offer at this time will be online until further notice. Please use the link below to access all of the latest information about how we are responding to the current health challenge and how you can keep in touch.

This Weekend

9:45 am: Children Living the Word
on Friends of St. Timothy’s Facebook Group


10:15 am Livestream Worship Service

Link to Sunday’s Worship Service on YouTube

Bulletin for the Third Sunday of Lent, March 7, 2021


11:00 am Contactless Communion

Contactless communion is available from 11-11:30 am. Please enter the circle drive using the entrance closest to Ashworth.


11:15 am: 4th & 5th Grade Bible Class on Zoom
To join, please contact Heather Preston: formation@sttimothysiowa.org

Unfortunately we had some technical difficulties with our livestream this Sunday, March 7th. You can watch the recorded service here:

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Safety Precautions for our Weekend Services:

The health and safety of our worshipers and of those who participate in conducting services is of critical importance to Clergy and Leadership at Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church and School.

To ensure all involved are safe we are:

  • Holding services via internet and, increasingly more limited in-person gatherings;
  • Strictly observing CDC social distancing guidelines in recording sessions and live services;
  • Requiring masks and/or gloves for service participants;
  • Recording readers individually or at safe distances; and
  • Recording our organist and vocalists individually, while our videographer
  • is at a safe distance.

Our 2nd Sunday Offering partner for March is Women at the Well.

Did you know the church is in prison? Women at the Well is our sister congregation, a United Methodist congregation within the walls of the women’s correctional institution in Mitchellville, Iowa. One of the pastors involved in this ministry, Rev. Paul Witmer, will be with us this Sunday to share with us about the many years of weekly worship, supportive community, faith nurture groups, and aftercare we have offered to the women there. Maybe you’ll find your own place in prison—in ministry with these women, our sisters in Christ.

To find out more about Women at the Well, visit http://www.womenatthewellumc.org/ or @WomenattheWellUMC on Facebook.

To contribute toward your pledge, our 2nd Offering Partner, and more — Please use our PayPal button and select from the dropdown provided.

Around Our Diocese:

Sunday Diocesan Services and Opportunities:

Many generous worship communities in our diocese are contributing Sunday services each week. Please feel free to check them out!


Services are also available through the National Church:

Click to visit the Washington National Cathedral, Daily Services of Prayer