St Timothy Lutheran Church
5015 Lakeville Rd
Geneseo, NY 14454
10:15AM- Communion 1,3,5,+Festivals
Summer Worship Hour (June-Labor Day):
Sunday School-All Ages
Monthly Community Meal (Breaking Bread Together)
First Monday of the month-5:00PM-6:30 (Labor Day-Memorial Day)
Author Archives: Pastor Johnson
On Sept 11, 2001, the US was shaken. Two planes into the Twin Towers, a plane in PA, and one plane into the Pentagon. It was one of those days that one will forever remember. I remember that day for … Continue reading
Last week, I notified the church council that I had been approached to consider a part time chaplain position to the Rochester Institute of Technology’s new Lutheran-Episcopal Campus Ministry and that I was praying about moving forward with that position. … Continue reading
These are the sermons for August 17th on the Silence of God and for August 10th on Who is God to You? Both of these sermons were recorded during our single summer service at 9AM. The second sermon starts at … Continue reading
This week is a twofer due to the fact that PJ forgot to upload last week’s sermon. The first sermon was preached on July 27th and the second on July 20th. Both sermons are on the Gospel of Matthew with … Continue reading
This is the sermon for Sunday July 13, 2014. This is on the Gospel of Matthew and the parable of the sower. It was recorded at our 9AM service.
This is the sermon for Sunday July 6, 2014. The topic is on why we do the things that we should not do using a simple everyday temptation as an example. We hope you enjoy the sermon.
This is the sermon for Sunday June 8, 2014. It is Pentecost Sunday! This week’s sermon looks at places the Holy Spirit may show up.
This is the sermon for Sunday May 25, 2014. It uses the text from 1st Peter. It was recorded at our second service.
This is the sermon for Good Shepherd Sunday on May 11, 2014. It was recorded at our 10:15 service. You are always welcome to join us on Sunday mornings for worship, but we thank you for listening digitally too. http://sttimothygeneseo.org
This is the sermon for May 4th 2014 based on the Road to Emmaus narrative. How are you making an impact?