The Church of St. Timothy

Gathering in Faith, Giving Thanks, Serving the Least among Us

Eucharistic Adoration

In light of concerns with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), until further notice, Eucharistic Adoration will be held in the church and NOT in the Adoration Chapel during daytime hours when the church is open. The monstrance will be displayed on the altar during certain periods of day.


The Eucharistic Jesus, Displayed in the Monstrance

To Experience Peace…

               To Gain Clarity… 

                                To Know Love…

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Come spend quiet time in the presence of Jesus,
Mon – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday: –  8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday – 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon.

Come place yourself before the Eucharist displayed in the monstrance on the altar in our newly established Eucharistic Adoration Chapel. Jesus is truly present there.  In the silence, talk with Him. Tell him your needs, concerns and joys.  Stop and listen.  Open yourself up for His graces to flow on you and gently transform you.  Thank Him and adore Him.  We believe that you will truly experience God’s intense love for each of us and all of mankind.

Please stay as long as you desire.  Everyone is invited and encouraged to come and see.  All are welcome. Additionally the chapel is open for quiet prayer with the Eucharist present within the tabernacle whenever our church is open.

IMG_1257  IMG_1258  Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 2a  Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 3

If you are interested in signing up to stay and keep watch for an hour or if you would like to become a regular member of the Eucharistic Adoration Group – please email or call one of us:

Shiny Chemmarappally: or 860-232-3721

Barbara Carpenter: or 860-371-7170

Daryl Neubecker: 860-507-6583

People have testified that spending this time in the presence of
Jesus is the most peaceful, most satisfying hour of their
entire week.

In being still before the Eucharistic Jesus,
we become what God wants us to be!

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Pope Francis in Rome, Processing with the Blessed Sacrament