Sunday School

St. Timothy's offers Sunday School classes for youth in grades Preschool through High School. Students will learn Bible stories from both the Old and New Testaments. Students in grades Pre-K through 5th grade have the opportunity to take part in a Cherub Choir or a Celebration Choir. Older students often discuss social issues they face on a day-to-day basis. Students present annual Christmas and End of Year programs. Parents and children are welcome to stop in for music, story, project and playtime. All children under 3 and under should be accompanied by an adult. Sunday School is in session from September to May and meets from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. To register, contact the church office at 725-2622.

Adult Education

St. Timothy's holds a gathering after the 9:00 a.m. service dedicated to ongoing Adult Education. Throughout the school year different speakers share messages about Theology, Apologetics (defending the faith), Church History and many other topics. Presentations range from live speakers, to educational videos and special Bible studies. The Adult Sunday School last about a half hour and is meant to be a gateway to further study. If you're interested in learning more about your faith please join us. Check the Calendar of Events to see when specific topics will be covered.

Bible Studies

Pastor David leads a Bible Study every Wednesday at 10:00am.

Lay School

The Lay School of Ministry of the East Central Synod of Wisconsin is a two-year program that takes students through a process of intellectual stimulation, self-discovery and transformation. This program allows students to learn, grow and explore their faith, gifts, calling and commitment to service. A high level of theological education is provided by current and retired seminary professors, ordained clergy and gifted church leaders. Students participate in the following courses:

  • Systematic Theology
  • Spiritual Discipline
  • Old Testament
  • Worship / Liturgy
  • New Testament
  • Church History
  • Luther for Today
  • Ministry in Daily Life

In addition to the formal courses, students are also engaged in the practical experiences of leading devotions and working in groups to create and lead worship. Classes are held one weekend per month at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Combined Locks. As of Spring 2015, St. Timothy has ten members who have graduated from the Lay School of Ministry.