5:00 P.M. Mass
8:30 A.M.* & 10:30 A.M. Masses
*Mass ASL interpreted for the hearing impaired.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
9:00 A.M. Mass
9:00 A.M. Prayer Service
(See bulletin or calendar)
Prayer for Peace
8:30 & 10:30 Sunday Masses.
East multi-purpose room of church or outside the church
Open during Sunday Morning Mass. (Closed for the summer.)
Occasionally available during special events & programs.
Contact parish office for details.
Selected Sundays during Mass,
and one Sunday per month after final Mass of the day.
Parents are expected to attend a Baptismal Preparation Session.
Following Saturday 5:00 Mass,
or by appointment.
Annual Advent & Lenten penitential services with individual confessions following.
Arrangements made by calling
the parish office at least six
months prior to wedding date.
Arrangements made with parish pastoral ministry staff. We are also available to pre-plan your funeral.
The Church of St. Timothy, in keeping with the goals of the Second Vatican Council, places a high value on inclusion of all members in the life, mission and ministry of the Church. We invite you to be involved in a variety of ways that enhance the liturgical life of the parish community, beginning with your presence and participation in the prayers and the singing at Mass. For other opportunities, click on "Serve" on the home page.
The Roman Missal, Third Edition
Although most revised responses are now posted on the projection screens during Mass, assembly response cards can be found inside the literature carts near each church entrance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: We used to have six holy days of obligation, days we are expected to attend Mass, in addition to Sundays. These were January 1 (the feast of Mary, Mother of God), Ascension Thursday, August 15 (the Assumption), November 1 (All Saints), December 8 (the Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Christmas). Now, it's hard to know on any of those days if that obligation still stands. How does one know if participating in the celebration of the Mass is an obligation on those days?
A: The U.S. bishops decided (and the Vatican approved) that as of January 1, 1993, if January 1, August 15 or November 1 falls on either a Saturday or Monday, the obligation to attend Mass is lifted. The celebration of the Ascension has been moved in most parts of the U.S. (including our province) to the Seventh Sunday of Easter, when we would normally attend Mass any way. December 8 is still considered a Holy Day of Obligation in our country, since this is our nation's patronal feast day. Christmas is always a day of obligation to attend Mass.