4523 Six Forks Road
Raleigh, NC 27609
Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church is a traditional, welcoming, and scripture based place of worship that leads to salvation through the celebration of the sacraments, service, fellowship, and outreach.
Our strengths are our adherence to basic Biblical Christianity, our faithfulness to the Anglican tradition, our diverse congregation, and our support of a fine Parochial School.
Saint Timothy’s is located in the North Hills area of Raleigh, NC. Holy Communion is celebrated at 9 AM and 11 AM on Sundays.
The Daughters of the King are hosting a parish breakfast on Sunday, November 9th at 10 AM. Come after the 9 AM service or before the 11 AM service for some delicious food and fellowship!
Please take advantage of our fully staffed nursery during the 9 AM and 11 AM services. The nursery is reserved for babies and toddlers ages 3 months to 3 years old. If your child is 4 years old or older, please enroll them in our Church School. If you prefer the 9 AM service, please bring your children to church with you to learn how to worship Christ. Parents must take a pager with them into church if they leave a child in the nursery.
We are in our third week of the 2015 Stewardship Campaign. The theme for the 2015 Stewardship Campaign is “Turn on Your Light”. The symbol of the Olympic torch reminds us how God’s Light can be turned on within ourselves and our community by volunteering to serve on one of our numerous church organizations and by renewing our financial commitment to Saint Timothy’s Church. Keeping our commitment enables the church to carry out its mission and serves the practical purpose of literally keeping the “lights” on.
As part of our Stewardship Program, we will have a series of Stewardship Speakers at both the 9 and 11 AM services. Monica Brown will speak on October 12th, Ndidi Manuel on October 19th and Peter Bourey and Mark McKeown (our Church Wardens) on October 26th.
In the spirit of healthy Olympic competition, the whole parish has been divided in three teams: the cities of Rome, Constantinople and Alexandria. We will follow which team completes and returns the most pledge cards for four weeks, and at our Closing Ceremonies on October 26th from 5 to 7 PM we will find out which team member wins a $500.00 Visa Gift Card. You will be able to follow which team is in the lead week by week by watching the posters in the narthex and in the parish hall. After two weeks of competition, Constantinople is the team with the most pledge cards, and the parish has received 86 pledge cards form all the cities.
Please make every effort to attend the Closing Ceremonies. There will be Olympic Games for the children, and we’ll enjoy great international food that evening. Pledge cards and envelopes have been mailed to our homes, and they are also available in the narthex.
The Vestry will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, October 16th at 6:30 PM in the parlor.
Sunday, November 2nd is All Saints’ Day, and the Youth Group will be holding the Annual Fall Festival during coffee hour. We invite the children to dress up for church as their favorite Saint, from Biblical times or from our current era. To further celebrate our Saints, the children will be singing “I Sing a Son of the Saints of God” during the 11 AM service.
The Youth Group will meet on Sunday, October 19th from 4 to 6 PM in the parish hall and in the parlor. All young people from 6th grade though high school are invited to attend.
Adult Bible Study continues its study of The Gospel According to Saint Luke on Wednesday, October 8th in the parlor. The Bible Study will now meet regularly every Wednesday at 6:30 PM. Please bring your Bible and a friend.
Youth Group will start on Sunday, October 5th from 4 until 6 PM. This year the Youth Group is lead by new leaders Meredith Elsea and Olivia James. We welcome young people from Grades 6 through 12 interested in participating to meet in the parlor for an organizational meeting with their parents. Come prepared with suggestions of what you would like to see happen in the Youth Group this year!
It has become a custom to bless the animals on or around Saint Francis Day. Saint Francis loved the natural world God created and loved all of the creatures in it. He saw nature as reflecting the beauty of its Creator and could see the loving will of God and His hand in all of nature.
Sunday, October 5th is the Sunday closest to Saint Francis Day, and as such we will have out Annual Blessing of Pets at 3PM on that day. If you have pets of any size or shape, please bring them to the front doors of the Church, and we will pray over them and bless them. Our pets and all creatures are dear to us, and we can give thanks that God has let us enjoy them and care for them. There is ample parking at the Landmark Office Building as well as the spaces adjacent to the Church.
Due honor and thanksgiving are given on this day for the ministry of the angels who watch over us and guard us and guide us by delivering God’s messages to us and carrying our messages to God. That is reason enough for the solemn celebration we keep this day, but we can also thank God for giving us a religion that is personified in our Blessed Saint Michael the Archangel. He shows us that Christianity is a strong and powerful religion that holds and sheds God’s grace for strength to fight against all the forces of sin and evil. We give thanksgiving that Satan is defeated and no amount of wickedness or evil can overcome the loving and healing power of God’s grace.
THE OPENING CEREMONY FOR OUR STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN IS ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE 11:00 A.M. SERVICE. Please don’t miss this opening of our Stewardship Campaign. The theme for the 2015 Stewardship Campaign is “Turn on Your Light”. The symbol of the Olympic torch reminds us how God’s Light can be turned on within ourselves and our community by volunteering to serve on one of our numerous church organizations and by renewing our financial commitment to Saint Timothy’s Church. Keeping our commitment enables the church to carry out its mission and serves the practical purpose of literally keeping the “lights” on.
To inject some healthy Olympic competition and encourage everyone to commit to the parish in the form of a pledge, the whole parish has been divided in three teams: the cities of Rome, Constantinople and Alexandria. We will follow which team completes the most pledge cards for four weeks and the at our Closing Ceremonies on October 26th we will find out which team member wins a $500.00 Visa Gift Card and we’ll enjoy great international food that evening. Check to see if your team is winning and make every effort to attend the Closing Ceremonies to see which team wins. Pledge cards and envelopes are in the narthex. Let’s get the whole 2015 Campaign off to a great start!