Celebrate The Fifth Sunday of Easter with this Worship On Demand liturgy that includes readings and prayers by the Youth of the parish and Sermon, preached in by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, Interim Rector of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC and a Communion with Christ prayer.
This liturgy is followed by the Online Parish Forum for Sunday, May 10, 2020 hosted by Melanie Statnick and Father Bill Thomas which looks at mothers on this Mother’s Day including Jochebed, mother of Moses, Mother Theresa, Mary the Theotokos.
Celebrate The Fourth Sunday of Easter with this Worship On Demand liturgy that includes a Sermon, preached in by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, Interim Rector of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC and a Communion with Christ prayer.
This liturgy is followed by the Online Parish Forum for Sunday, May 3, 2020 hosted by Melanie Statnick and Father Bill Thomas.
An Online Third Sunday of Easter liturgy with sermon by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, Interim Rector, which includes the Communion with Christ Prayer followed by the first Online Parish Forum cohosted with Melanie Statnick
Did you know that St. Timothy’s has a YouTube channel? You can find it on YouTube as “St. Timothy’s Wilson.” All the videos that support our search for the next rector are found here.
We want to have as many opportunities as possible to connect with one another, especially during this time of social distancing as we maintain our COVID-19 discipline. Vestry Member for Communication Bill Hamilton makes sure our parish Facebook page is continually updated. Those who shared in celebrating Helen Ramalgia’s 92nd birthday last Saturday provided the joy that became video excitement on Facebook. Links for Sunday Worship On Demand are also posted on Facebook and the parish website.
Celebrate Easter with this Worship On Demand Easter Sunday Sunrise Worship that includes The Easter Sermon, preached in a garden by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, Interim Rector and an Easter Communion with Christ celebrated as the sun rises. Alleluia. Christ is Risen. The Lord is Risen, Indeed. Alleluia!
Good Friday Prayerbook Liturgy includes a reading of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ according to John with artwork, a brief sermon by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas. This worship experience also features lay voices from our own parish and music performed by Adam Thomas (Were You There When They Crucified My Lord, Now My Tongue The Mystery Telling).
The Worship On Demand Maundy Thursday liturgy from St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC. has three parts that flow from one to another within this playlist. The first is Evening Prayer with the lections, psalm and canticles for Maundy Thursday read by parish members . The second is a homily by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, Interim Rector. The third is an Online Communion with Christ Holy Eucharist.
The Way of the Cross: Join youthful voices of our Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) in a prayer that recalls the story of Jesus as he makes love known on the cross. We used a ZOOM meeting during this time of social distancing to record the audio track. Feel free to pause the video to ponder the artwork.
Holy Week Online Eucharist (Communion with Christ Prayer)
The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ in parts by the Vestry
The Washington National Cathedral offers a live streamed liturgy at 11:00 am and can be found on Youtube.
For those who would like a smaller church themed live stream worship, I recommend St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Mystic CT (Yes, where my son Adam is the rector). This worship begins at 9:00 am on Youtube.
St. Timothy’s during this time of the Covid-19 Pandemic
Our buildings may be closed but our hearts are open.
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Until informed by our Bishop,
St. Timothy’s facilities are closed for all onsite worship services and meetings.
In consultation with public health authorities, clergy and lay leaders, the Diocese of NC has directed all parishes, including St. Timothy’s, to suspend all in person worship and meetings in church facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, no Sunday worship or meetings will be held during this time.
Based on the guidelines of the Diocese during reopening stage 1B of the Coronavirus pandemic in NC, and in compliance with the state and CDC guidelines, Fr. Jim and the Vestry ask that you follow these rules so that we can do our part to protect ourselves and others from becoming infected and spreading the virus. When Wilson County reaches a 14-day rolling average of Covid-19 cases at 6.5% or below, we can move into Stage B. Stage B allows us to hold indoor worship of up to 50 participants.