St. Timothy’s Church – Our Mission

Posted by Webwright July 8, 2012 under Church News

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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 on Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

and on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.

To view our scheduled services for Holy Days, please see our


Requiem For Father Martin

Posted by Sarah Culton July 29, 2015 under Church News

Fr. Martin Our beloved Father Richard Cornish Martin went to be with his Lord earlier this summer and a solemn requiem was celebrated in his honor last July 11th at one of his former parishes in Washington D.C. This was a beautiful way to commend his soul to God and to inter him at the Altar of that parish. We want to also give his parishioners, family and friends, who are from the greater Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill area, an opportunity to celebrate his life by attending a said requiem here at Saint Timothy’s. On Wednesday, August 26th our usual mid-week service at 10:30 a.m. will be a said requiem for him. All may attend.  May he rest in peace.  Amen. 


Posted by Sarah Culton July 11, 2015 under Daughters of the King

DOKLogoWe are a group of women living a Rule of Prayer and Service to our neighbors and parish. We are women to whom parishioners can look for love and for help in time of need or loneliness. We seek to walk with God as our guide and try to draw those with whom we come in contact into the church. We are women who work to spread Christ’s Kingdom here on earth. We can never forget that prayer is the foundation from which our service grows.

We find the Order of The Daughters of The King to be a safe place in a busy world where we can be together and support each other in Christ’s love. If you would like to know more about our group please join us on either August 9 or August 16 between the services, at 10:00 AM, in The Parlor to learn more about who we are and what we do. We look forward to having you join us on one of these Sundays in hopes that you will want to become one of us.

Prayer Book and Hymnal Project – THANK YOU for your overwhelming response!

Posted by Sarah Culton June 26, 2015 under Church News

Prayer BookWE HAVE HAD AN OVERWHELMING RESPONSE TO OUR PRAYER BOOK AND HYMNAL PROJECT. Our appeal to replace all of our Prayer Books and Hymnals has been met with more than twice as many Prayer Books as needed to replace the existing books and more Hymnals than we anticipated. “Thank you” to everyone who gave Prayer Books and Hymnals. These have been ordered and once the bookplates have been placed in them, designating the reason they were given, then we will bless them and place them in the pews.  The Prayer Books and Hymnals should appear in the pew racks sometime in August. THANK YOU again, for your generosity, and your care in keeping our worship “done decently and in order”. No more orders will be received after June 30th.

Are you up to date with your Pledge?

Posted by Sarah Culton June 21, 2015 under Church News

KEEPING UP WITH SUMMER EXPENSES: At the end of May we should have received $137,323.34 in pledged amounts. We have only received $111,993.23. This leaves us $25,330.11 behind where we should be for this time of year. This is critical because the summer months usually find us lagging behind in keeping up our pledges due to vacations and traveling. We are hoping to have all of us make our current pledges up to date. So if your pledged amount is not current, could you bring it current? We know that it takes an average of $36,000.00 per month to keep the doors open to Saint Timothy’s and these bills do not go on summer vacations! Let’s see if we can have a relaxing and good summer by meeting our obligations to our pledges before we go on summer break.

Adult Bible Study

Posted by Sarah Culton June 2, 2015 under Bible Study

Bible StudyTHE BIBLE STUDY has gone on hiatus for the summer months.  The Bible Study group is planning on resuming the study of the Scriptures on Wednesday, September 9th at 6:30 p.m. in the parlor.  Please join us then.  In The meantime keep up the faithful reading and studying of God’s Holy Word!

Congratulations Graduates!

Posted by Sarah Culton under Church News


Ryan Searcy, son of Sam and Bonnie Searcy, graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Alfred Garshong, Jr., son of Alfred and Letcia Garshong, graduated from North Carolina State University with a Masters Degree in Geospatial Information Science and Technology.

Linda Aku Garshong, daughter of Alfred and Letcia Garshong, graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Richard K. Garshong, son of Alfred and Letcia Garshong, graduated from Fayetteville State University.

Vaughn Vreeland, son of Van and Denise Vreeland, graduated from Elon University in Elon, North Carolina.

Meet our newest acolytes!

Posted by Sarah Culton May 28, 2015 under Church News

Sean Manuel, Izayah Lamont, Brody Culton, and Taylor Wamser

We look forward to seeing them serve as acolytes for many years.  If you have a child that is interested in becoming an acolyte please contact the church office via email:

Thank you to all of the acolytes who serve St. Timothy’s Church every weekend!


ATTN! Online Bankers

Posted by Sarah Culton March 10, 2015 under Church News

You can make paying your pledge easy, regular, and fast.  It’s easy to set up through the Bill-Pay function using your banks online accounting software!  A number of parishioners use this easy way to have a check automatically mailed to St. Timothy’s each week, each month, or as often as you decide.  And it’s FREE for you and for the church!

Using your Bill-Pay function will ensure that your pledge is paid if you’re on vacation, if you miss a Sunday, or if you forget your checkbook.  You will always be up-to-date with your pledge payment and the church can continue to run smoothly during the months of low attendance.  Think of what joy you will bring and imagine all the angels smiling!  Praise God!