4523 Six Forks Rd. Raleigh, NC 27609 919-787-7590
Eucharistic Ministers – Eucharistic Ministers provide assistance to the priest during services such as the psalms, lessons, and prayers and serving as chalice bearer during Holy Communion. This ministry helps create a deeper awareness of the relationships that sustain the gathered church family. Lay readers require a written license issued by the Bishop. For more information please contact the Bob Elsea.
Ushers – Ushers are responsible for cleaning and straightening the materials within the pews before and after each Sunday service. They also greet and present the offerings. For more information please contact Ed Doolittle.
Acolytes – Acolytes are active, dedicated members of the church who are specially trained to assist the priest during the worship service. Acolytes may be youth or older members who have served for many years. Duties include bearing the Cross that leads the procession of worship and assisting the priest in the preparation of Communion. For more information please contact the church office.
Altar Guild – The Altar Guild polishes and cleans the silver, brass, and crystal as well as launders and irons the linens before setting up the altar for the Holy communion services. For more information please contact the church office.
Choir – The Choir sings during the 10:30 am service each Sunday. Volunteers practice weekly and are always trained and encouraged to sing parts of the communion service, anthems, and motets as well as leading the congregation in the singing of the hymns. For more information please contact John Herrman.
St. Timothy’s Men’s Organization – The members of the Men’s Group meet on a regular basis to plan ways to serve the church and our community through various activities such as chopping and delivering wood for Warmth for Wake, minor repairs and upkeep to the church and the church property, organizing and hosting coffee hour or BBQ’s for Mother’s Day, Church School celebrations, and Bring a Friend to Church Day. For more information please contact Duncan Culton.
Daughters of the King -We are members of an international order of 30,000 women, worldwide, who are communicates of The Episcopal Church, Anglican, Lutheran and Roman Catholic Churches. We take vows of commitment to Prayer, Service and Evangelism to our Parish and our community. Membership is open every other year for ladies to join our chapter. For more information please contact Mary Watson.
Pastoral Care – This committee visits and prays for the sick, disabled, bereaved and shut-in members of the parish. In addition, this group works to care for infirm believers by calling and sending flowers, cards and church bulletins. For more information please contact Joanna Smothers.
Christian Education & Church School – Every Sunday, during the traditional calendar school, year we offer Church School for children during the 10:30 am service. Classes are available for each age group from Pre-school to 12th grade, all of the classes are led by volunteers from the parish. Church School begins every Sunday morning with Chapel Service at 10:30 am. The children participate in Service Sunday projects through-out the year and engage in traditional events such as a kickball games, Church Box Question Box and Forum, an Egg Hunt at Easter, Vacation Bible School, Fall Festival, and the Christmas Pageant. For more information please contact Sarah Culton.
Coffee Hour – Each Sunday following the 10:30 am communion service, the parish gathers together in the parish hall for coffee, refreshments, and finger foods. Different members of the parish volunteer on a weekly basis to handle the coffee hour. This is a great time for the parish and the visitors to get to know one another. For more information please contact Carol Rippetoe.