In our effort to be a resource for the community, St Timothy’s seeks every opportunity possible to share our resources with those in need as well as other people and organizations that share our mission and values.
Original artwork: Ellison Sherril Art
The primary focus of the Jesus, Others and You (JOY) Soup Kitchen is to deal with food insecurity by providing meals to the poor and homeless in the community. JOY Soup Kitchen serves over 3,900 free, nutritious, hot midday and evening meals per month to individuals and families with children. For some, this may be their only meal of the day. Visit www.joysoupkitchen.org
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Starting as a shelter for men only, the Community Crossroads Center (CCC) has evolved into an emergency shelter for men, women, and children; and a permanent supportive housing program for those who are disabled. CCC helps people turn their lives around by giving them hope and a desire for a better quality of life 365 days per year.
The Mission of CCC is to “serve t…Read More »
With over 100 combined scouts active with our Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts programs, scouting is easily one of our most important and popular ministries here at St. Timothy's.Read More »
Pitt County Schools is a dynamic, thriving public school system, insistent on continued growth that results in tangible, real-world success for our students, the youth of our community. As leaders, we set sustainable goals based on real data and real experiences and follow up with real analysis and adjustments. Our internal stakeholders (educators, leaders, support staff…Read More »
BRACE’s (Building Resilience and Courage to Excel) mission is to empower the community to build a culture of resilience to lessen the impact of trauma through collaboration, education, advocacy, and compassion.
St. Timothy’s has been blessed to become their home by providing a welcoming environment to hold meetings and Reconnect trainings for those living and working in …Read More »
The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina (the Food Bank) is a nonprofit organization that has provided food for our friends and neighbors facing hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina for over 40 years. The Food Bank is an affiliate member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger relief charity. In terms of total food distributed, the…Read More »
Interfaith Clergy is a partnership of 27 local congregations working together for the betterment of our community.
Interfaith Refugee Ministry is a dedicated to helping refugees rebuild their lives in eastern North Carolina. Our task is to assist refugees with the basic necessities when they first arrive in New Bern and surrounding areas. This includes, but is not limited to, assistance with housing, food, clothing, employment, learning English, and cultural orientation.
The ultimate…Read More »
The mission of the North Carolina Down Syndrome Alliance is to empower, connect, and support the lifespan of individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community through outreach, advocacy, and education in North Carolina.
North Carolina Down Syndrome Alliance is an effective, compassionate, and comprehensive resource on Down syndrome throughout North Carolina. NCDSA …Read More »
North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking seeks to create communities actively working to abolish human trafficking and works to one day have a state that is free of human trafficking through education, collaboration, legislation and supporting fair trade as a way to reduce human trafficking across the globe.
Contact info: www.ncstophumantrafficking.org
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The TEDI BEAR Children’s Advocacy Center is the largest children’s advocacy center in North Carolina and is accredited to provide a full spectrum of assessment, treatment, education, and prevention to for children up to 18 years old who may have been victims of child abuse or neglect.
There are two ways you can help. 1.) Attend a Stewards of Children training to help learn to…Read More »