There are numerous ways to serve through St. Timothy. We are always looking for people who want to sing in the choir or participate in the worship service. Also, there are opportunities to work with children, and for those who prefer to be behind the scenes, we have a large campus that gets constant attention from our Property and Grounds Committee.
There are also numerous ways that St. Timothy folks serve our community. Please contact the church office if you wish to volunteer at the church.
Also, St. Timothy is involved in many different mission agencies in the area.
North East Emergency Distribution (NEED) is a Northeast Tarrant County faith-based non-profit organization whose sole mission is to provide short-term emergency assistance of food, clothing and financial support. The third Tuesday of each month, St. Timothy volunteers work the N.E.E.D store. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact XXXXXX or the church office.
The Presbyterian Night Shelter was started by a group of Presbyterian ministers as an overnight shelter for the county’s homeless population. Today, we retain many of the elements that gave us our name, providing (but not requiring) spiritual guidance for those who seek it through a full-time chaplain and the Hope Chapel for Bible study and worship. And while our emergency shelter services are still available to anyone who needs them, we’re equally focused on helping our clients find their own permanent housing. On the first Wednesday of each month, St. Timothy volunteers make sandwiches for distribution at the shelter. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Barbara Jennings or the church office.
WhenWeLove is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) faith-based organization of men and women serving the low-income, poor and homeless living in, and around Tarrant County, Texas. It is our belief that we are all children of God and He leads us to serve the less fortunate living among us regardless of race, creed, religion, social or economic status.
WhenWeLove is inspired to love like Jesus! We believe that, while the Government, States, Cities and local municipalities play a part in serving the poor and homeless, that it is ultimately our responsibility to care for those living in poverty. It starts with you and me. Just as disciples of Christ are called to spread the word—to seek and save the lost—so we are also called to seek and serve the poor. Both are part of what it means to follow Christ. For volunteering opportunities please contact Gary Wilkerson, Jr. at 682.707.5302
Mission Central programs help people meet their immediate needs like food and clothing, but we also offer programs to help them build a better future. Through our Community Resource Center, Family Opportunities Program and after-school tutoring assistance, we are giving people the tools they need to secure long-term stability for their family.
We welcome all of our neighbors at Mission Central. Whether you're in need of help or looking for a place to share your time and talents, we look forward to meeting you. Volunteering opportunities are available at the Coat of Many Colors resale shop, the Food Pantry, or the Mobil Food Pantry the Second Friday of each month. Contact either Pastor Kevin or Mission Central directly for more opportunities.
We are also involved in mission work outside our community through our denominational connections.