... is key in Christian formation and embedded in all aspects of parish life at St Timothy's. We understand being a part of a body of people as opposed to isolation, solitude, and loneliness, fosters our communal faith. Having or sharing with others a common life, interest, beliefs, activities, labor, and concerns, offers opportunities to explore and learn. Partnerships that involves working together and caring for one another, like a family, channels doing the work of faith. Fellowship is a relationship and not just an activity. Getting together for spiritual purposes, for sharing needs, for prayer, for discussing and sharing the Word, and for having fun with one another allows our activities to come out of relationship.

Servant Ministry programs that foster fellowship for those who serve are Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Episcopal Church Women (ECW), and Daughters of the King.

Support programs that reach inward to our church family members to provide services, meals, and pastoral care such as Inreach and Unseen Guests.

Committees become more than just people who meet. There is purpose, work and fellowship designed to meet the needs of our church and community.

Fellowship, chaired by Ray Franks, seeks opportunities to form relationships through social means. A group of women who enjoy knitting together meet each Wednesday morning at 10:30 in the church Meeting Room. Off site activities include social gatherings for young adults and another for all adults.

Hospitality, chaired by Valerie Foster, plans, organizes, and prepares for receptions, potluck dinners, and coffee hours following church.

Open and Welcoming, chaired by Jeannie Robertson seeks to bring friendship and the love of Jesus Christ to neighbors and newcomers in our community that they may come to know Him and be welcomed into the friendship of St. Timothy's family.

Outreach, chaired by Kathryn Lloyd, seeks ways to support and help people in need and agencies whose goal is helping others.

Stewardship, chaired by Susan Holmes seeks ways to show our members how important sharing of time, talent, and resources are to the life of our church.

Finance, chaired by the Treasurer, John Lennox, and the Administrative Committee, chaired by Bev Davis, manage the fiscal and operational functions of the church.

Building and Grounds, chaired by our Jr. Warden, Malcolm Williams, seeks to manage our physical plant operation with a real 'hands on' approach.

Communication is managed by a group of interested parishioner to keep our monthly newsletter, Good News, and social media updated.

The opportunities to form relationships and mature in faith are endless. Help us grow those opportunities. Share your thoughts and ideas with leaders of the groups and committees or a Vestry member.