Ministries and Programs
You are heartily invited to participate in these active ministries and programs at St. Timothy’s.
To radiate Christ’s presence through worship, care, and service.
During the week, Spirituality Group, Book Discussion Groups, Men’s Bible Study, Parents of Younger Children Support Group, Parents of Teens Support Group, and Confirmation Classes also meet.
Contact: Heidi Carter, Lay Associate
Worship and Music
Music is a powerful and deep expression of faith that reflects our common life at Saint Timothy's. Under the leadership of a professional Director of Music, all participation in musical groups is by volunteers and opportunities are offered for all age groups. Building on the musical and liturgical foundations which have been established over the past several years, all music offered in our liturgies is from a variety of historical periods and styles within a basic, traditionally Anglican repertoire. Music groups include Choir, Bell Choir, Brass Ensemble, Recorder Consort, String Ensemble, Youth Choir, and instrumental and vocal soloists.
The worship committee plans and prepares worship events for the liturgical year. Members participate as Acolytes, Altar Guild, Lectors/Readers, Eucharistic Ministers, Greeters, Ushers, Vergers, Wedding Coordinators, Funeral Coordinator, St. Timothy’s at Friendship Village, Eucharistic Visitors.
Contact: Mark Scholtz, Director of Music, and Mary Robert, worship chair
Learn more: Music Ministry
Service: Pastoral Care and Community Outreach
We plan a wide variety of activities throughout the year such as coffee hour, picnics, supper club, the daytimers field trips, women’s dinners, men’s fellowship, and youth fellowship.
There are many opportunities for leadership and strategic planning at St. Timothy’s including Vestry, Membership, Communication and Diocesan Ministries.
Contact: Jon Hotra, Senior Warden
The focus of stewardship at St. Timothy's is on our joyful and thankful response to all that God has given us. We are mindful of the mandate of Scripture and the Christian tradition to return a portion of our time, talent, and treasure to the Lord. We depend on financial support from our members to maintain our operating budget. We conduct a fall stewardship campaign and strive to provide stewardship education throughout the year.
The finance group is responsible for the financial planning that supports parish ministries, the budgeting process, and supervising the day-to-day financial operations of the parish. The group works with the Rector and the Vestry, the Stewardship Committee, the treasurers, the Endowment Trustees, and the Sunday Counters.
Contact: Kurt Zwikelmaier, Rick Sharp, or Alice Fritsch
This group addresses minor repairs and upgrades to storage and equipment. Anyone is welcome (and needed) to participate. Work is done on each individual’s own time schedule, with an occasional group work time for a specific project.
Contact: Mike Wyland
Programs and Ministries