A capital campaign to transform St Timothy's by forming Christians through adoration.

 

Lord Jesus Christ, who hast built thy Church upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets: mercifully grant that building upon thee, the chief cornerstone, with beauty and substance, we may raise here at St Timothy’s a faithful people and a holy temple to thy glory. May we and generations yet to come learn to praise thee more and more in spirit and in truth. Amen.

 

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Since its beginning, St. Tim’s has been my spiritual home, and I raised my family at St. Tim’s. I support this Capital Campaign because these improvements will make St. Tim’s an even more inviting and warm place to worship, pray, and find fellowship. To invite more people into God’s Kingdom of grace is my primary motivation for giving. I support this Capital Campaign 100%!
— John Googe

It was so exciting in the late 1990’s when a new and larger worship space was being built at St Tim’s. Now, almost 20 years later, it is time to finish it. We have a “white canvas to paint” with functionality and beauty that will enhance the worship experience for generations to come. Our children, Will and Maggie, are excited about the possibilities they see as well. We are delighted to support a campaign that will bring beauty to a space, deeply rooted in tradition, where we, our children and hopefully generations to come, will be formed in the image of Christ.
— William and Adrienne Beauchamp
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I received the sacrament of baptism at St. Timothy’s in 2012 and I remember it like it happened this morning. It is no exaggeration when I say it was incredibly profound. Because of my earnest feelings about my baptism AND this amazing parish, I am especially excited about the proposed baptistery design. Our capital campaign can ensure that the deep inward transformation that happens in baptism will be beautifully reflected in the physical space of our baptistery. Graham and I support the capital campaign and look forward to welcoming many more into the household of God here at St. Timothy’s!
— Shannon Hurley

St. Timothy’s is my spiritual home and where I began to understand my calling to the priesthood. I fell in love with the liturgy, the daily office, and serving at the altar at St. Tim’s. I am supporting the capital campaign because I want to give back and continue to grow our parish into a place where everyone can find the presence of God through the beauty of holiness that I experience every time I walk in our doors.
— Ben Cowgill, Seminarian, University of the South
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