St. Timothy’s Christian formation programs provide learning opportunities for people of all ages to better understand and live into our callings as disciples of Jesus Christ.
The Nursery provides childcare during worship services and other parish events.
Childcare Provider: supervise kids (6 months to 3 years old) individually or with another volunteer during the 10:15 service. Help is also needed occasionally for special events during the week. One time per month
The Children’s Ark
The Children’s Ark brings children ages 3 – 5 together year round to first learn that Jesus loves them, and second, to introduce them to the holy mysteries of Baptism and the Eucharist as well as Bible stories and parables.
Our formation classes for children in Kindergarten through Grade 5 use the Godly Play curriculum. Godly Play is a Montessori-influenced curriculum that teaches children the art of using religious language through the telling of parables and sacred stories, silence and liturgical action. We have three elementary classrooms that use the Godly Play program (Kindergarten/First Grade, Second/Third Grades, Fourth/Fifth Grades).
Journey to Adulthood (Rite 13, J2A, YAC)
Journey to Adulthood is the name of the three-part Christian formation curriculum St. Timothy’s uses with our youth in grades 6-12. Our desire is to help our youth develop into active disciples and members of the church.
Episcopal Youth Club (EYC)
EYC provides fellowship, spiritual development, and fun blended with service for students in grades 6 through 12. This group currently gathers once a month.
Adult Formation seeks to stimulate adult discussion regarding the Episcopal faith, theology, and spirituality. Our Adult Formation opportunities include Friday and Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.
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