The Church of St. Timothy

"There are no strangers here only friends we have not met yet"

Ministries & Groups

There are many ways to become part of St. Timothy’s parish life. You are always welcome here. Whether it is your presence at Mass or participation in community outreach-you are a welcome part of our community. We are always happy to have and in need of volunteers. There are many ways to get involved.

Altar Servers –Serving at God’s altar is an honor and a privilege.  Students in grades four or older are welcome to participate in this ministry.

Choir – New voices are always needed and enrich the musical and liturgical experience for the entire congregation.

Eucharistic Ministers -The ordinary minister of Holy Communion is the bishop, priest and deacon. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are appointed in situations where ordinary ministers are not available or are insufficient in number.

Greeters – The Ministry of the Greeter takes on the task of extending the Lord’s personal warmth to each person who enters the church.

Grief Support Groups – If someone you love has passed, come and join others who have had a similar experience.

Knitting Ministry – This is an informal group that meets monthly to pray over and knit shawls to be given away to those that need comfort and healing.  Newcomers are always welcome.

Lectors – Lectors are parish members who have a love for scripture and work hard to proclaim God’s Word to the assembly.

Men’s Retreat League – The Men’s Retreat League is a group of men who organize the Men’s Retreat each year.

Offertory Counters – A ministry that is often overlooked that requires very little time is that of counting the offertory collection on Sunday mornings.

Partners in PrayerPartners in Prayer is a group of parishioners who pray at home at their leisure for intentions of the St Timothy’s Community.

Pastoral Care Team-Pastoral Care ministers visit parishioners who are in the hospital, are shut-in either in their own homes or are living in one of the many continuing care/convalescent homes within St. Timothy’s parish boundaries.

Women’s Group

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