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Saint Timothy's School

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Upcoming Events

Parish-wide Food Drive

  January 24 – February 28, 2019

THE ST. MARY’S CHAPTER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE KING is hosting a parish-wide Food Drive during the month of February. It will benefit the Crisis Center of the North Raleigh Ministries and will collect NON-PERISHABLE food only. We kindly ask all parishioners to bring their donations on any Sunday during February.  Collections containers will be […]

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Episcopal Build for Habitat for Humanity

  February 10 – March 30, 2019

St. Timothy’s church participated in the kick-off for the Episcopal Build for Habitat of Humanity on February 10th along with representatives from eleven other Episcopal churches and Universities.  ‘Habitat Wake seeks to be a partner and catalyst in building communities where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.  When you join the broad community in addressing the […]

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We will say goodbye to our beloved Interim Rector, Fr. Doug Remer

  February 14 – 24, 2019

Sunday, February 24. We cannot begin to thank him enough for all his support and guidance during this transitional year!  We will be celebrating Fr. Doug’s ministry with us during coffee hour following the 10:30 a.m. service that day.  Please bring your favorite food item to share.  One special request:  Scotch eggs, Fr. Doug’s favorite.

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Scout Sunday

  February 14 – 24, 2019

We will also observe scout Sunday here in St. Timothy’s Church next Sunday, February 24.  Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts from our school-sponsored Cub Pack and Scout Troop, along with parishioners who are Scouts in other troops, are invited to wear their uniforms to church.  Scouts will serve as lectors, acolytes, and ushers that day, […]

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Adult Bible Study

  February 20 – December 19, 2019

The Wednesday evening adult bible study is back from winter break. come join the group: meetings are in the parlor at 6:30 p.m.

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  March 1, 2019

It is with great honor that the Vestry of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Raleigh, North Carolina, announces the calling of the Revered Allen Ranson Waller to be our next Rector.  After nine months of prayerful work by the Search Committee, his name was put forth and the Vestry concurred with the work of the Search […]

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Letters from the Interim Rector

LOVE ONE ANOTHER

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Parish:   During the eleven months I have been with you as your interim rector, I have used this space in our monthly “Tidings” newsletter for several purposes:  to inform, to teach, to encourage, to reflect, and (at least at times, I hope) to inspire.  You have heard from me […]

The Feast of the Epiphany

January 6, 2019   Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Church: Although the letter from the Rector is normally the lead article on the front page of our monthly newsletter, the letter from your new rector properly takes precedence this month, with this letter from me serving as a follow-up.  The wonderful news of the vestry’s […]

Looking to Christmas, 2018 . . .

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Parish:   “My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my savior,” says Mary (Luke 1:46).   “Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, for he has visited and redeemed his people,” says Zechariah (Luke 1:68).   “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace […]

On Thanksgiving and Giving Thanks . . .

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Church:   November is the month in which we, as a nation, observe Thanksgiving Day as an occasion to give thanks to God for the blessings we have received as his hands.  It is, of course, observed in a purely secular manner by some people, but for people of faith […]

Stewardship

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Parish: Sometimes, you get more than you bargained for in life. When I was the young associate rector of St. Michael’s Church here in Raleigh, back in the late 1970s, I once preached a stewardship sermon that found its way onto the desk of then Bishop Fraser–and which resulted in […]

Connections

Every so often, God drops in our laps an opportunity to do something that we might not otherwise have thought to do.  In my case, that happened when, within a couple of days of each other, I received two reminders, one that it was time for me to write this article for our church’s newsletter, […]

Change is Good.

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Church: Having now been with you as your Interim Rector for six months—which is half way through the one year stipulated in my letter of agreement—I could not possibly be more pleased than I am with this parish and with all of you, this parish’s parishioners.  Your desire for increased […]

What does it mean for us in Saint Timothy’s parish to be “orthodox?”

What does it mean for us in Saint Timothy’s parish to be “orthodox?”  I was left wondering about that after our parish meeting with Canon Catherine Massey the other week.  At least one of the discussion tables during that meeting reported out using the word “orthodox” as one that they hoped would (continue to) describe […]

A Time of Change

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Church: For this May edition of “Tidings,” I want to share with you some of my observations about our parish that have struck me most happily during my three months with you as your interim rector.   First and foremost, this is a parish of prayer and service.  The two, […]

Easter Blessings

Dear People of Saint Timothy’s Church: I write this to you on Holy Saturday, my Easter preparation now concluded, as I—along with all of you on this day, I should imagine—await the time tomorrow morning when we will celebrate new life through the Good News of Jesus on the his Resurrection day.  Easter always brings […]