Thanks for taking
the time to look at who we are and what we have
is a congregation committed to faithfully preaching
and teaching the Word of God and actively supporting
each of its members in their faith.
We provide a variety
of activities and opportunities for your involvement
Throughout the year,
the specifics of these web pages will change. You'll
find information about our shared life together
as a community of faith. But one thing will never
change, and that is the love God has for you in
His Son, Jesus Christ.
Feel free to take
a look at what we offer and to contact us if there
is anything we can do to support you in your relationship
|Pastor Dan Selbo
Pastor Jim Bangsund
Pastor Judy Bangsund
Consisting of members
elected by the congregation, the Church Council
is the decision-making body of the church.
Comprised of several
Leadership Teams, the Council meets the first Tuesday
of each month to effect policies, approve reports
and consider the total church program.
The Council also prepares
the budget for the congregation's action, and considers
other major items for referral to the Annual Congregational
Timothy's Lutheran Church is a community of faith,
created by God in Christ Jesus, empowered by the
Holy Spirit, called and sent to bear witness to
God's creative, saving and life giving activity
in the world."
began in 1961. Click
here for a pictorial journey from the earliest
days of St. Timothy's to the present. In
February 2011, St. Timothy's became a congregation
of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC).
For an overview of the Affiliation process that
led to that membership,
For a video introducing the NALC, click
We believe and confess
one Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We confess Jesus
Christ as Lord and Savior, and the Gospel as the
power of God for the salvation of all who believe.
We believe the
Bible to be the revealed and inspired Word of God,
and the authoritative source of our proclamation,
faith, and life.
faithful to the Great Commission ("Go and
make disciples," Matt 28:19-20) and the
Great Commandment ("Love one another,"
Matt 2:37-40) of our Lord Jesus, in order that
His purposes be carried through us.
On June 3, 2007,
the congregation of St Timothy Lutheran Church voted
to adopt a "2020 Vision." The double meaning
of the title is deliberate: the vision is for the
next 13 years, up to the year 2020; and it is the
clearest picture the congregational leadership has
at present of how God is leading us to grow in the
years ahead. The vision statement reads as follows:
are a connected family of believers
with a mission of bringing new
believers to Jesus Christ
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St. Timothy's generally follows the Purpose-Driven
model which describes five major congregational
functions using "the 5 Ms":