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The Anglican Parish of

St Timothy, Hatchet Lake, and St Paul, Terence Bay

A friendly place in the family of God.

Our mission, as a caring, inclusive congregation, is to reach out in fellowship, to share our Christian Faith and grow in learning, by worshipping and working together.

Bible Study

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Meditative prayer is a term that describes ways to come to God other than by asking God for something,which is known as intercessory prayer.
Prayer, simply put, leads us to God.This study is to assist us in our ability to pray.It will help us learn styles of prayer with the goal that each person develops a regular way of praying that fits their personality.There is no wrong way to pray!

1 Centering prayer - how to begin to pray
2 Prayer of blessing - ways to reach out to God with grateful  hearts
3 Prayer of worship - using psalm 100 we learn how to Praise and worship God
4 Meditative prayer - exploring imagination in making A passage of scripture into prayer
5 Prayer of Examen - A 3 step process,gratitude,Awareness of Gods presence & confession
6 Written prayers
7 Prayers of distress - How to pray when we are down
8 Prayer styles & personality.

January 18, 2017 - 6:30 p.m. in St. Timothy's Hall. 

The Season of Lent Begins

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The Season of Lent Begins
Lent is a season of 40 days (plus six Sundays) of preparation leading up to Easter. It is observed as a special time of self examination and penitence. This holy season starts Ash Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Our sacred worship time, including the Imposition of Ashes (for those who wish to participate) and Holy Eucharist is 10 a.m. in St. Paul’s and 7 p.m. in St. Timothy’s. (There are no adult studies on March 1) Observing Ash Wednesday is a great way to begin this beautiful time of reflection.  

We Welcome You to Worship with us...

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9:30 a.m. - BAS Holy Eucharist or morning prayer (BCP first Sunday of the month)  in St. Paul’s Church.

10 a.m. - St. Timothy’s Choir Practice with Stephanie Doyle.

 11 a.m. - Children’s Discovery Program in St. Timothy’s Hall. Except during Summer.

 11:15 a.m. - BAS Holy Eucharist with Morning prayer once a month in St. Timothy’s Church.

7 p.m. - Jesus & Jeans Rock Music Worship in St. Timoth's Church.

Children's Discovery Program

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Children’s Discovery Program - Starts  again this Fall 
Our engaging and FUN kids series Sundays, at 11 a.m. This is for kids, ages 4 and up and held in St. Timothy’s HallAny and all children are invited to join this dynamic discovery program, regardless of any church connection. Curriculum is “Whirl which features engaging CARTOON videos, stickers, dynamic songs and colourful take-home sheets. (All our teachers and helper staff are fully screened for your child’s protection.) Superintendant is Dawn Purcell. For more information and to register, phone 902-852-4580.


Sunday Messages Available Online!

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Sunday Messages Available Online!

If you've missed Sunday Worship you can listen to the sermons online by going to these links. Each week we will post the message here. Please be advised This is NOT A SUBSITUTE FOR THE REAL THING! Being present and an active part of the Faith Family is vitally important for everyone, especially to ensure you are spiritually fed with music, prayer and the supportive relationships that we share together.

January 8, 2017 - Ephiphany - Sermon by Rev. Jenny Sharyp


January 1, 2017 - What Child Is This Sermon by Rev. Jenny Sharp 

December 11, 2016 - Advent 3 - Joy - Sermon by Rev. Jenny Sharp

December 4, 2016 -  Advent 2 - Peace - Sermon by Sheri Gallivan 



















St. Timothy's is iConnected !!!

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Parish Spotlight!

Automatic Monthly Giving

Monthly giving is one way in which parishioners can help support the ministries of our church.

Applications are available at St. Timothy’s for setting up pre-authorized offerings through a monthly debit system. An easy way to support the ministries of the Church, this cuts down on administrative costs, eliminates catching-up on offerings if you’ve been away or in having to have cash or cheques ready for Sunday services. Forms are at the back table. 

For those who use offering envelopes - 2014 box of offering envelopes are available at the rear of the church on the back seat.  If you give, ensure you get a charitable receipt by listing your name and phone number on the sheet beside the boxes.  PLEASE NOTE:  Some box numbers have changed.  Be careful if you are using outdated envelopes.