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 PM on Sundays.
Vacation Bible School will be held June 7th through 9th. Our VBS will offer classes for Pre-K through 4th grade with an opportunity for middle and high school students to help. Please complete the registration form and turn into the Parish Office. The registration fee of $15 is due May 15th. Registration and Volunteer forms are located outside the Director of Christian Education’s Office and in the Narthex. Please let Susan Patton know if you are willing to teach a class or would like to be the Celebration Leader (music), lead Arena Games, or be the Shopkeeper (crafts/snacks).
The schedule is as follows:
- Friday, June 7th: 5:30-8:00 PM – dinner will be served
- Saturday, June 8th: 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM – lunch will be served
- Sunday, June 9th: 10:45 AM – 12:30 PM – covered dish lunch to replace the coffee hour
We will need lunch for at least 15 children and 10 volunteers for VBS on June 8th. If your group would like to provide lunch, please contact Susan Patton.
Marie Bangura will graduate from Sanderson High School in Raleigh and attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Sam James will graduate from Christ School in Arden and attend Bates College in Lewiston, ME.
Haley McKeown will graduate from Saint David’s School in Raleigh and attend High Point University in High Point.
Taylor McKeown will graduate from Saint David’s School in Raleigh and attend the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC.
William Miles Miller, grandson of Gloria and Donald Reale, will graduate from the University of South Carolina’s Honors College and will be employed by the Riot Games Company in Santa Monica, CA.
Geoffrey Richardson will graduate from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh and attend North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
The Pastoral Care Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, May 30th at 3:30 PM in the parlor.
The Vestry will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, May 16th at 6:30 PM in the parlor.
We are looking for someone to lead our Stewardship Campaign this year. The Vestry has outlined the Stewardship Campaign and are willing to encourage and support whoever will be the chairman. This work is vitally important to the like and health of Saint Timothy’s. If you are willing to be the head of the committee to produce the Stewardship Campaign and the Every Member Canvass, please see Father James or a member of the Vestry.
On this Mother’s Day we give thanksgiving to God for the gift of motherhood. Let us show love, appreciation and devotion to all who are mothers, to our own mothers and especially to the Mother of God, May, Most Holy.
Next to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Monica is one of the best examples of Christina motherhood. For years, she prayed for the conversion of her only son. her persistence was answered with abundant grace. Her son, Augustine, became a saint and a doctor of the Church. Saint Monica faced a culture in which Christianity had not yet fully take hold. We live in a culture in which Christianity is increasingly marginalized and children are pulled from the Faith. This prayer for her intercession, therefore, is particularly appropriate today: Saint Monica, exemplary mother of the great Saint Augustine, thou didst perseveringly pursue thy wayward son not with wild threats but with prayerful cries to heaven. Intercede for all mothers in our day so that they may learn to draw their children to God. Teach them how to remain close to their children, even the prodigal sons and daughters who have sadly gone astray. Amen.
If one or more of your children or someone you know in the parish is graduating from high school or college or are finishing a postgraduate degree this spring, please send their names, the school from which they’re graduating and the school or program they’re entering after graduation to Father James at firstname.lastname@example.org. We like to publish the manes of our graduates in the Sunday bulletin, and this year we will publish them on Sunday, May 12th.
The Church School will be collecting items for Children’s Snack Attack Tub of Love for Raleigh Rescue Mission. The Church School children will be assembling our Tubs of Love on Sunday, June 2nd. Please bring in your donations during the month of May. There will be a collection bin in the Parish Hall. We need:
- Individual sizes of applesauce, fruit cups, pudding
- Regular sized boxes/bags of Nutri-Grain bars, chewy granola bars, vanilla wafers. 100% juice boxes, graham crackers, goldfish crackers, Frosted Mini-Wheats Cereal
The Men’s Fellowship Group will be holding their annual barbeque on Friday, April 26th from 11 AM until 8 PM. Our own award-winning Pit Master, Mike Lewis, will be cooking again this year. Take-out orders are available for lunch or dinner; delivery will be provided for five or more orders if you pre-order. A sit-down dinner will be served at 6:30 PM in the Parish Hall. Prices are $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for children. Please come and support this Men’s Fellowship fundraiser.
Confirmation is just around the corner, and the Hospitality Committee is looking for some volunteers to donate food items (appetizers, juice, desserts) to make this celebration a success. Our goal is to have a balanced spread that everyone can enjoy. Please contact Farah Williams at 919-673-1836 or Williams_farah@yahoo.com on the items you would like to donate by May 3rd.