Welcome to St. Timothy's! Below you will find information about our programs and ministries. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us.
St. Tim's welcomes children to worship at all times. Some families with infants and toddlers have their children stay in the sanctuary throughout the worship service, while others use the nursery for all or part of the worship service. We also have worship bags with quiet activities for children on the shelves inside the sanctuary doors for families to use whenever they need.
On Sunday mornings, we have a professionally staffed nursery available for children ages 4 and under. It is located on the upper level of the education wing.
Under the leadership of our Director of Music and Organist, Mr. Mark R. Scholtz, the Music Ministry is comprised of a large group of volunteers whose mission and purpose is to facilitate, enhance, and lead worship at St. Timothy’s through music and liturgy. The Music Ministry is spiritually aware, diverse, inclusive, and multi-generational. It is important to note that the Ministry has been a significant part of parish life since the church was founded and continues to help define our spiritual and community ethos week after week and month after month. The Music Ministry provides music at services from Labor Day through Memorial Day and welcomes volunteers to join.
Christian Formation and Education
At St. Timothy's we are pleased to offer Christian formation and education (a.k.a. Sunday School) classes each year from approximately Labor Day through Memorial Day for children in pre-Kindergarten (age 4) through high school and adults of all ages on Sunday mornings. We build formation and education opportunities to explore the bible and other sacred texts of our faith, challenge people’s assumptions, and present a variety of topics and viewpoints. Open hearts and inquiring minds are always welcome!
Inclusive and Welcoming Community
We are a parish of loving inclusivity. You are invited to worship with us regardless of race, gender, age, or sexual orientation. All are truly welcome here.
The St. Timothy's community cares for each other in a number of ways. We host many dinners, picnics, and game nights throughout the year so we can learn about each other and deepen our friendships. Last year, the knitting group made more than 50 prayer shawls and baby blankets that were given out as gifts. In addition, we made dozens of visit to the sick at home and in the hospital and delivered many meals and flowers.
Featuring benches, curved walls, and a bubbling fountain, the Prayer Garden is a lovely spot for individuals and groups to find moments of solitude and peace. Open year round, it features a stunning variety of flowering plants, bushes, and trees. Our Labyrinth is a 24-foot, 6-course, Neo-Medieval Abingdon designed by The Labyrinth Co. The Labyrinth, Prayer Garden, and Columbarium are open to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays, Saturday evening from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday mornings from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
If you would like to become a member of St. Timothy's community, please email the church office your contact information (email@example.com). Our staff and volunteer team will help you to become familiar with the community. They will also help you discern your personal strengths and gifts to join one of our ministry teams.