Mrs. Godbee and the St. Timothy’s Choir provide our parish with amazingly beautiful mass settings that greatly enhance our worship services. The settings are different for each liturgical season.
The music is entwined closely with the Liturgy. It serves as support and reinforcement of the Scriptural and Ceremonial acts functioning within the Liturgy. Gregorian Chant and choral works, based on the same, provide the norm for musical selection.
The major responsibility for the musical portions of the Liturgy lies primarily with the congregation in the execution of hymns, motets, and anthems. The selection of Choral music depends upon the need of the specific liturgical occasion. Sources are found primarily in the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque-Classic periods, though no period of music history is neglected.
The Altar Guild is the group of women who meticulously care for the vestments and vessels of the altar. It is very rewarding work; for by so doing, we have "touched the hem of Our Lord's garment."
of the King
The Daughters of the King is an Order for women of the Episcopal Church and churches with the historic Episcopate, and was organized in 1885. Every Daughter pledges herself to a lifelong program of prayer, service and personal evangelism, dedicated to the extension of Christ's kingdom.
President: Lola Hankins
Our purpose is to assist the women of the Episcopal Church to carry on Christ's work of reconciliation in the world and to take their place as leaders in the life, governance and worship of the church. We provide spiritual growth & nourishment, fellowship, education, leadership training and opportunity for service.
The Altar Servers are very important at St. Timothy's. They assist the priest at mass, and add to the reflection of our traditional and historical method of worship. Our servers are, perhaps, the most "professional" in the Diocese, and are a special credit to our parish.
Coffee Hour follows the 9:30 mass each
Sunday. On the last Sunday of the month, we gather for a potluck lunch.
Visitors are always welcome as our guests. The ad-hoc Hospitality Committee
prepares for and serves at receptions and banquets for a myriad of occasions
throughout the year. Parishioners volunteer to host and clean up after
Coffee Hour each Sunday.
We certainly welcome anyone wishing to join any of our guilds or groups. St. Timothy's is a "Christian Community of care and concern under Christ." The only thing we can see that is missing is YOU !