The Wednesday evening (6:30-7:30 pm) knitting class will not meet during Lent starting on February 14 through March 28 & will resume meeting April 4th. The Tuesday morning knitting class will continue to meet at 10:00–11:00 am in the small kitchen by the parlor. We are working on knitted squares for lap blankets to donate to chemo patients at […]
Please join Fr. Remer in the church at 6:00 pm for Stations of The Cross then stay for our annual Lenten Soup Suppers, every Wednesday during Lent at 6:30 pm. Soup Supper Hosts and Hostesses: February 21st – Men’s Fellowship Group February 28th – Daughters of The King March 7th – Vestry March 14th […]
Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday please look for a Saint Timothy’s Church candle votive on the Narthex table. Each candle has been crafted from the 2017 Paschal Candle and remnants of other candles used through out our yearly worship. Only a limited number will be available so please be sure to find one for […]
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 […]
From Maundy Thursday evening through Good Friday morning we keep watch before the Blessed Sacrament at the Altar of Repose. This commemorates for us the disciples being asked to watch and pray with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemine the night before he was crucified. And Jesus said to Peter, ‘So you could not watch […]
This conference is a week-long educational conference where young people come from all over the country to form a worshipping and learning community. Through prayer, worship, learning, and fellowship they come to a deeper knowledge and love of Jesus Christ so their faith can grow and strengthen even in the midst of all the world has […]
Our very own St. Mary's Chapter of The Daughters of The King continue their Food Drive supporting North Raleigh Ministries Easter Dinner Boxes this Sunday. This is the last Sunday for collection so remember to bring in a few nonperishable food items from the list below:
Boxed Instant Potatoes
Can vegetables (green beans, corn, peas)
Cake Mix and Frosting
We welcomed Father Doug Remer as our Interim Rector on Sunday, February 18th. He will be leading Stations of The Cross every Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm, followed by our Lenten Soup Supper and Discussion Series beginning at 6:30 pm. Please join us for worship and dinner, and get to know "Fr. Doug."
A graduate of Rutgers College and the General Theological Seminary, Remer is a retired priest who, during his almost 40 years of pre-retirement ministry, served in the Diocese of North Carolina at parishes in Raleigh and Tarboro, as well as parishes in Utica, New York; Atlanta, Georgia and Tampa, Fl...
Last Saturday was the kick-off event for the 2018 Habitat for Humanity Episcopal Build. Bishop Rodman and representatives from Episcopal churches from all over Wake County joined together to build the exterior walls of the church and then participated in the wall raising ceremony. Thank you to the St. Timothy's Church members who volunteered their time and talent to this worthy mission!
Making plans for dinner Friday night? Be sure to include the Youth Group's Italian Night at 6:30 pm. The Youth Group members will serve spaghetti with marinara sauce with your choice of meatballs or Italian sausage, cheese sticks, tossed salad, bread, homemade desserts, and drinks. A STEAL at only $8/adult and $5/child.