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For all the places she’s been to greet us,
all the places to represent us,
all the places to find us,
all the places to speak for us,
all the places to mourn with us,
all the places to laugh with us,
all the places to wed us,
all the places to celebrate with us,
and all the places to dance with us ….
We give thanks for the Rev’d Rebecca J.F. Nickel, made St. Timothy’s rector on Feb. 16, 2014.
Surely a pastor’s tenth anniversary is all about the shoe leather, all the soulful talks, and all the walking to be with us.
Acolyte training for middle and high school students will be at 11:15 a.m. Feb. 18, 2024 in the Sanctuary immediately following the worship service.
Young acolytes in middle school and high school will receive training on lighting candles, processing and recessing, and assisting the priest during Holy Eucharist.
Training will be provided by Chuck Christoph. Acolytes will be able to serve at future Youth Sunday worship services (first Sunday of each month).
For more information see Chuck Christoph or Kelly Nickson.
Slavery in the Bible is the topic of a weekly study presented from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays Jan. 17 through March 6, 2024 at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church. Ash Wednesday is reserved for worship, so the study will not be presented on Feb. 14.
Attendance is in person or via Zoom.
The Racial Justice and Education Team (RJET) of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis is sponsoring the study in cooperation with St. Timothy’s.
Please register before Jan. 17 by sending an email to Tim Kramer: email@example.com with “Slavery Series” in the subject line. There is no fee charged for this series as funding has been provided by RJET.
To learn more about the work of the Racial Justice and Eduction Team, visit this site: https://indydio.org/racial-justice-education-team/
Chattel slaves on a tilework in the Bardo museum, Tunisia.
Slaves of Assyria depicted on a tablet in the British Museum.
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