Fellowship & Service Opportunities
There are numerous opportunities for you to be involved in fellowship or other service activities at St Timothy's. Please consider how you would like to be more active in parish life with us.
Lay Pastoral Caregivers; Acolytes; Altar Guild; Music Ministries (Adult & Youth Choirs, Handbells, Guitar accompanists); Ushers or Greeters.
Christian Education & Spiritual Growth
Christian Education, Sunday School, Vacation Bible School; Cursillo; Daughters of the King; Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) & Pre-EYC; Men's & Women's Spirituality Discussions.
Community Service & Outreach
Lobster Fair; Preschool; Serving meals at the Community Shelter and the J.O.Y. Soup Kitchen; Episcopal Church Women (ECW) & Relay for Life.
Service to the Parish
Building & Grounds; Administrative; Finance; Hospitality; Stewardship.
Parish Life & Fellowship
Adult Socials; Men's Breakfast; Parish Family Weekend; Supper Clubs; Men's Night Out.
Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
We invite all ladies to join us for fellowship, friendship, and a good time. We meet on Tuesday evenings around once a month. Check the Church Calendar. If you need a ride, please call Nancy Leamy (252.756.0787) or Valerie Foster (252.551.3103).Yard Sales are held in the Parish Hall every Spring. Please keep ECW in mind when you are cleaning out your closets and garage. Most of the members are also active on the Relay for Life team.
Brotherhood of St. Andrew
We are a missionary and evangelism ministry — in fact, the oldest evangelistic ministry of the Episcopal Church! Our goal is to provide support to the members of our parish through service projects. Annually we sponsor several outdoor meals, including an oyster roast and pig pickin's, as well as cooking for the concessions at the Lobster Fair. We loves to eat and we knows how to cook! You are welcome to join with us in the Parish Hall at 7:00 any Wednesday morning.
Daughters of the King
We are an order for women in Episcopal, Anglican, Roman Catholic, and Lutheran (ELCA) churches. Our mission is the extension of Christ's Kingdom through prayer, service and evangelism. The Order provides a safe place in a busy world where women can be together and support each other in Christ's love. Through our rule of Prayer and Service, Daughters seek to walk with God as our guide and try to draw those with whom we come in contact into the Church. We can never forget that prayer is the foundation from which our service grows. Candidates work through a twelve-week study guide under the direction of a senior Daughter, where they learn of the Order's history, its organization, and about the Rule of Life.