The Reverend Chris Schuller
Chris was thrilled to be called to St. Timothy’s in November 2021. Chris worked as a singer and a businessman before studying at the School of Theology at Sewanee, Episcopal Divinity School and Harvard Divinity School.
Once ordained, Chris served as rector at St. Paul’s/ Jesup, GA and St. Thomas/ St Petersburg, FL. More recently, Chris worshiped at the City of Refuge in West Compton where he was their sanctuary choir’s first white singer in their 75 year history. His first book, Crazy God Stuff, was published in 2018.
Chris is especially called to preaching and ministries of healing.
Contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org
310-483-1131 (voice or text)
Facebook Messenger (Chris Schuller and through the St. Timothy’s Page) and Instagram.
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC:
Dr. Spencer Baker
MEMBERS OF THE VESTRY:
Kim Black, Senior Warden
Melvin Stringer, Junior Warden
Pat Holdren, Treasurer
Jenny Nunn, Clerk of the Vestry
St. Timothy’s is a parish within the Episcopal Diocese of Nevada. The parish was founded in 1946 and is still a vibrant presence in downtown Henderson. Our mission is to proclaim Jesus Christ at all times and in all places, bringing the whole Faith to all people.
We use the Book of Common Prayer as the structure for our liturgy and worship. Lay persons and clergy participate together in the weekly celebration of the Holy Eucharist as we pray, sing, read scripture, and receive communion. We offer ourselves, our lives and labors for the purposes of God as we lift our hearts and minds to God together in community.
We believe that the Holy Scriptures are the Word of God, and we believe that God still speaks to us through the Bible. The weekly sermons are usually focused on the week's scripture readings.
At St. Timothy’s we carry on a long history of service in the wider church and outreach to the community. We participate in diocesan and national church events by sending parish representatives, and we host a neighborhood feeding program by sharing our facility with Friends in the Desert. We also welcome several community groups that meet at the church. Other small groups of people meet at the church for support, prayer, and weekday communion services.
We welcome your inquiry about celebrating life events such as baptism, confirmation, marriage, ministry to the sick or home-bound, and burials.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome at St. Timothy’s.
Come, and see.
God Bless You.