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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.


The Blessing of The Boats

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Annual Service of Remembrance & Blessing of Seafarers and their Boats July 24th, 2:30 pm

At the SS Atlantic Memorial,  180 Sandy Cove Road, Terence Bay.  Reception to follow at the Terence Bay Fire Hall, 80 Sandy Cove Road.  The SS Atlantic Heritage Park Society is holding its annual Blessing of the Boats ceremony, a celebration to bless the lives of fishermen and seafarers for safe passage in the coming seasons, and to remember those who lost their lives. This event is open to both people wishing to attend the ceremony on shore and for boats looking to attend from the bay.
Master of Ceremonies: Rev. Margaret Sagar, S.S. Atlantic Heritage Park Society Board
Musician: Sheila Lamplugh
Officiant: Rev. Jenny Sharp

 


PRIDE PARADE

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PRIDE PARADE

Halifax Pride launched the 29th Annual Halifax Pride Festival unveiling its line-up of events, along with its timely and poignant theme for 2016: This is why. This year’s celebration of LGBTQ+ culture and diversity runs July 14 to 24. The 11-day event features some perennial favourites, along with fresh, new offerings, making this the most inclusive Pride Festival in Halifax history.   

The Halifax Pride Parade is SATURDAY, July 23rd. Each year members of our parish join the Anglican “Integrity” Group on a parade float (clergy and lay supporters). Gather at 12:15 p.m. (SHARP!) in St. Timothy’s Parking Lot to CARPOOL.

Vacation Bible Camp

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Friends, Mark your calendars! The confirmed date for this year's Vacation Bible Camp is Mon. August 1 - Friday August 5, 9 am to Noon. For more information contact Linda Joyce or Rhonda Scott by leaving a message at the Parish office 902-852-4580.  They will return your call.

 

 

 



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.

June 26, 2016, The Father's Feast - Rev. Jenny Sharp

June 19, 2016, The True Elder Brother - Rev. Jenny Sharp
June 5, 2016 - The Two Lost Sons - Rev. Jenny Sharp 

March 20, 2016 - Palm Sunday - Rev. Jenny Sharp 









 

 






 




   


St. Timothy's is iConnected !!!

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Parish Spotlight!

Vocational Process for Sheri Gallivan

UPDATE!  Vocational Process for Sheri Gallivan
Sheri Gallivan is discerning a call to be an Associate Priest in our Parish. This week she was declared officially as a “postulant”. A postulant is a person who has been accepted by the bishop as a candidate for ordination, and is in the process of being trained. On June 14th Rev. Bert Chestnut,
the coordinator, spoke about this prayerful process for Sheri and our congregations (see Parish website for the sermon audio link www.stsp.ca). Over the next while Sheri will continue her studies at Atlantic  School of Theology and move forward in her discernment. Congratulations to Sheri and her family!