• Covenant Sunday Fellowship 2017
    Covenant Sunday Fellowship 2017
  • 2017 Ministry Faire
    2017 Ministry Faire
    Volunteers serve as liaisons to a variety of organizations which are supported by St. Timothy’s.
  • Welcome Home Sunday
    Welcome Home Sunday
    Rev. Todd Bryant gives his first sermon at St. Timothy at the 2017 Welcome Home Sunday.
  • Children's Time
    Children's Time
    Rev. Susan talks to the children on Welcome Home Sunday
  • Our High School Group talks about their trip
    Our High School Group talks about their trip
    High School teens talk about their Immersion Trip to Greenbrier County, WV in August to do a week of rural flood relief work.
  • St. Tim's Fellowship Hall & Sanctuary
    St. Tim's Fellowship Hall & Sanctuary
  • Fire in the Skies
    Fire in the Skies
  • Vacation Bible School
    Vacation Bible School


You have a spiritual home at St. Timothy’s!

We invite you to meet with us and encourage you to worship with us. You can find lots of helpful information here on our website–and we look forward to seeing you soon.



On Sunday October 15, 2017 a beautiful young woman attended the 9:00 a.m. service for a visit.  Later she attended Pastor Todd’s Bible study class and revealed that she had been sleeping in her car for well over a year. This homeless woman proceeded to tell the class that the issue of homelessness may be overwhelming but one thing that people can do is to be a friend to the homeless.

How does one welcome the homeless that we encounter on the streets and in our community?  Hopefully the upcoming workshops on homelessness may help us find ways to make that connection.

There will be 2 presentations in November

Sunday, November 19, 10:15 to 10:45 a.m.
in the Grace House Overby Conference Room
Mary Fenelon – housing Advocate will discuss her involvement with the homeless population in Walnut Creek.

Wednesday November 29, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Jessie Jones, Tom Gorman and Davida Coady discuss their life stories and experience with homelessness

If you have any questions, please contact Nora Hudson at noramhudson52@gmail.com



I am writing you to let you know about a test we are running in November. The first Sunday we will make the new configuration of the Altar/Choir area will be November 5th. If it is a success, it will stay. If not, we will go back to the way it has been by Dec 3rd.

I do this with some trepidation as my seminary professor once said, “You can preach heresy from the pulpit, but God help you if you move a candle.” The logic behind this is to move the instrumentalists out of the corner by the organ, to give the singers the ability to hear each other better, and use the large red carpeted area more worshipfully and effectively. During combined services and big days this arrangement would necessarily be a little different.

I welcome your questions and feedback. Remember November 5th will be the first Sunday. Take a look at the picture. This is roughly how it will appear in November.

Pastor Todd