The Chancel Choir of St. Timothy's Church is a mixed, four-voice adult choir that leads in worship through Introits, Offertory anthems, and other service music. The choir is directed by Richard Bishop and rehearses at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesdays. Share your joy in singing with this dedicated group at the next practice!
Altar Servers, Chalice Bearers and Lay Readers
Lay Readers lead in Morning and Evening Prayer services and Altar Servers/Chalice Bearers serve with the priest at Holy Communion. This ministry is open to men who have been Confirmed and licensed by the Bishop to serve.
Active Altar Servers at St. Timothy's Church:
Mr. John Gregory
Mr. Woody Freeman Mr. Michael Grommet
Mr. Mark Osborn
Lectors are members of the Parish who have been trained and may read the First and Second Lessons at Morning or Evening Prayer, or Old Testament and Epistle at Holy Communion. Lectors do not have to be licensed by the Bishop to serve. For more information see Fr. Ron Martin.
The Altar Guild serves to maintain the beauty and serviceability of the altar area. St. Timothy's is constantly in need of Altar Guild members to set up for services, clean up after services and maintain Altar Linens. For more information see Bill Prewitt.
Crucifers and Torch-bearers bring symbols of Christ's sacrifice on the Cross and the Light of God into the Assembly. Any Baptized person at or above the age of 9 is welcome to serve in this ministry. For more information see Bill Prewitt or Michael Grommet.
Daughters of the Holy Cross
The Daughters of the Holy Cross minister to Christ's Church and to St. Timothy's parish through evangelism, service, prayer, and Bible study. They meet on the second Sunday of each month, after the Parish Potluck Lunch. Contact Judy Martin or Jena Williams to learn more about this wonderful ministry.
St. Clare's Guild
Dedicated to the patron saint of needle pointers, the St. Clare's Guild is made up of individuals who give tremendous time, talent, and resources to glorify God through beautifying His church.
Whether altar kneelers, banners, or wall hangings, each finished piece is a work of art that reflects the handiwork of the Lord through His faithful servants. The designs for each of the finished pieces and the unfinished current projects were provided by the late Margaret Petrey, a founding member of St. Timothy's and of the St. Clare's Guild.
The Guild meets at St. Timothy's Church, according to project needs. For more information, contact Marie Johnson.
You can see their work at this link. Needlepoint Banners and Kneelers
Youth-in-Action always needs volunteers to prepare a light supper for the youth or provide after school snacks. There are also many others ways to help with this group. For more information, please sign up on the YIA Bulletin Board or contact Fr. Martin.
This group puts out all the wonderful potluck dishes and gets everything else ready so St. Tim's family and visitors to the parish can enjoy a delicious meal, relaxing together in fellowship after the Sunday service. The kitchen crew is also called upon for special service when the occasion arises. For more information, please contact Brenda Stainton.