Almighty and everlasting God, you have given to us your servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power of your divine Majesty to worship the Unity: Keep us steadfast in this faith and worship, and bring us at last to see you in your one and eternal glory, O Father; who with the Son and the Holy Spirit live and reign, one God, for ever and ever.   Amen.
Liturgical Notes
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.
Trinity Music Notes | Christin Barnhardt
I hope to see you at Evensong & Benediction this Thursday. The choir will sing

This Sunday the choir will sing Anton Bruckner's beautiful motet Locus iste.  Click here  to read some program notes about the piece and  here  to hear a recording by The Sixteen.
This place was made by God, 
a priceless sacrament; 
it is without reproach.

O day of radiant gladness, No. 48
Christ, whose glory fills the skies, No. 7
Eternal light, shine in my heart, No. 466
I call on thee, Lord Jesus Christ, No. 634
Spread, O spread thou mighty word, No. 530

Please do consider sharing a favorite hymn with me soon (before I choose all of the summer hymns!) and consider singing in the summer choir. As always, don't hesitate to contact me with questions at or 336.406.0134.

Suggest a hymn that is meaningful to you!
Is there a hymn that you would like to sing in mass this summer? Share why is it meaningful to you or write a blurb about it for the News & Notices. If it is a hymn that fits well in one of our summer masses, we will certainly include it.

Sing in the choir!
Summer Sunday Singers (all ages and abilities welcome!) will help lead the hymns, psalms, and anthems this summer. 

June 10-September 2
Rehearsals are 8:25-8:45am or 10:25-10:45am in the Choir Loft 
You may sing any Sunday that you are able whether that is one Sunday or all summer.

Practice your musical instrument!
Summer is a perfect time to give your musical skills some exercise and to share your musical gifts during mass. You could play or sing a prelude or during communion, and I am happy to help you find music. 

Attend Evensong at Duke University Chapel!
Sunday, July 15 at 4pm

Two of St Timothy's Choristers, Vivien Hines and Ella McFerrin, are attending the RSCM (Royal School of Church Music) summer course at Duke University this summer. The week culminates with Evensong on Sunday, July 15. Contact me if you would like to carpool to Durham to hear some of our choristers sing a beautiful Evensong.

Come to the "Old-Fashioned" Hymn-Sing in the Chapel!
Wednesday, July 18, 4-5:30pm (watermelon following)

Some hymns on the play-list are Blessed Assurance, I'll Fly Away, Victory in Jesus, 'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus, In the Garden, Great is Thy Faithfulness, Softly and Tenderly, The Church in the Wildwood, Whispering Hope, Precious Lord, Jesus Loves Me, Deep and Wide, Jesus Loves the Little Children. Contact me by Sunday July 15 to suggest other hymns.

God's peace,
Stewardship & Giving
New and Improved Online Giving
Please visit our new and improved online giving portal at You can also click on the Give button in this email and the Give link on our website.

This new portal is easier to use and, once you create an account, you can keep up with your giving history. You can also give via check online.
Give by Text - 336-697-6543
This is amazing. I never have cash or a check, but I always have my phone. You can now give to the work of St Timothy's just by texting. Here's how it works:

1. Text an amount to 336-697-6543
2. You will be sent a link to set up your debit/credit card (take a few seconds)
3. Once complete, your transaction will go through and you number will always be associated with the card.

Plus, you can text "Funds" to see a specific fund. If you want to sponsor a lamp, you can text "25 st timothys" and it will go the St Timothy's Lamp, etc. If the fund isn't recognized, you'll get a list of all the funds and you text back the number of the fund you wish to give to

PS: This is not connected to your phone bill. It it connected to a card of your choice.
Holiness of Beauty | Capital Campaign
Raising a Faithful People and a Holy Temple
Chris Skarzinsky
Throughout this campaign we have talked a lot about the “Beauty of Holiness.” I know that my faith is strengthened by prayer, and that my prayers are strengthened by being in an environment where I feel especially close to God. It may be sitting at the edge of an ocean or looking out over a majestic mountain top. But most often, that place is right here inside the walls of St. Timothy’s. So I freely admit that I would fully support this campaign if enhancing the beauty of our church were the only consideration. But it’s not. There are practical considerations also.
First there is the choir loft. Who among us could have imagined 20 years ago that a choir loft that holds 50 people would not be large enough? Our music program is phenomenal with so many of our young people creating a joyous beauty of holiness with their voices. We desperately need more space for them.

Second, we need to enlarge our baptismal area. Whether it is an infant being presented by parents, or a youth or adult who has found their way to Christ, this area needs to be worthy of the precious sacrament being administered there.  

So for these practical reasons, and for the simple reason of creating a more beautiful space to worship our Lord, I support this campaign.
Campaign Progress: $1,807,228.28!
Our Common Life
Graduation Recognition this Sunday
This Sunday, we will be recognizing our graduating seniors at the 9 and 11 AM Masses. We will also announce the recipient of our first annual Father Bob McGee Scholarship. Please help us in congratulating our graduates on all their hard work and giving them our blessing as they take their next step in life.

Sarah Barlow
Parker Beauchamp
Isabelle Dixon
Natalie Kraft
Sarah Lauf
Ema McCool
Charles Pace
Carmen Powell
Mary Adams Weston
First Thoughts From The Sheepfold:
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
In Children's Formation, we have taken the first week of Growing Time literally! We are using these summer weeks to clean up, move around, and make sure we are meeting the growing needs of the children in our parish. Want to stay in the loop weekly?   Add y our nam e  to our growing email list.

Our Pre-K children (ages 3-rising Kindergarteners) enjoyed their first morning in Summer Children's Formation in a new space designed to maintain their reverence and focus, but also give them a break from the Atrium materials. This new room is only temporary until the Fall when our newer, bigger Atrium will welcome them back after Labor Day. We need volunteers to help us this summer for the 9:00 AM Children's Formation. This class does not require any formal training to assist. Please email Katie Bryant if you are available:

As we continue to prepare our bigger Atrium, we have put together a project plan for the summer to ensure we are ready to go in the Fall. Many hands are needed to make this implementation successful. For the next two weeks (May 27-June 9): Prep and paint the Older Toddler Nursery (C-2). If you are interested in helping us paint this room, let  Emily Ball  know. Our schedule is flexible to accommodate for volunteers' schedules. 

We are also diligently working on a blog dedicated to St. Timothy's Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and look forward to formally launching the site in a few weeks.

In advance, we are compiling a list of families who are interested in receiving more detailed information about our plans for Children's Formation, including CGS, assist us in steering this vision, and potentially join our Atrium Guild - a group of adults who support the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. If you are interested in joining this list -  please click here  so we may collect your name and email - or send it directly to  Emily Ball  at .

~Emily Ball
Lemonade on the Lawn
Photo by Robert Matthews
Starting this summer and continuing all summer long, you can join us for Lemonade on the Lawn between the 9am and 11am masses. Stop by the lemonade stand outside Gribbin Hall and enjoy fellowship with our parish family. If you'd like to help host, sign-up at or contact Kristen Machado at  
Costa Rica Golf Tournament
St. Timothy's 9th annual Costa Rica Golf Tournament to benefit Costa Rican mission projects will be held on June 8, 2018 at Salem Glen Country Club. Click the following link for more information and to register:

Resources on Holiness
For more resources on Gaudete et Exsultate and holiness, please visit this page on our website. You will also find archived reflections from Fr Steve on Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation.
From the Curate | Divinely Inspired
We often say that the Bible is “divinely inspired.” But what do we mean by this?

We don’t mean that the Bible came down from heaven in one piece. Each book was written in its own time and context, and, over the course of many centuries, the people of God discerned, by the guidance of the Holy Spirit, that these books were holy – that, in some way, they came from God.

As a base, that’s what we acknowledge as Christians: the Scriptures find their source, ultimately, in God. In this sense, they are called his word, and, in this sense, they are “inspired.” St. Paul, writing to his protégé, Timothy, says, “All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.” (2 Tim. 3:16) “Inspire” is meant literally here. It comes from a Latin word meaning “breathe.” So, this verse is saying that all Scripture is “God-breathed.” In and through human words, they bear witness to and record his self-revelation, in his mighty acts, in the words and deeds of his messengers, and, above all, in Jesus Christ, his Incarnate Word, in his person, his words, and his acts. This is the basis of its authority, priority, and holiness.

The Scriptures tell the great Story, whose author and main character is God. It is the story of how God is the true King, who creates all things and, when things go wrong, works to make them right again. It is the story of his loving and restorative reign over his creation.

The wonderful thing is that, if we have eyes to see, we can find ourselves in that Story. And, if we have ears to hear, God the Holy Spirit continues to speak to us through the Scriptures.

Youth Dinner and Games at Camel City BBQ
All high school and middle school youth are invited to an end-of-the-year dinner at Camel City BBQ ( 701 N. Liberty St.) in downtown, 5-7 PM, again on Sunday, June 3rd. We'll be in the third floor area where all the arcade games are, so bring your coins if you got some!
Winston-Salem Dash Outing
Join your St Timothy's family for an outing to a Winston-Salem Dash Baseball Game

Thursday, June 14 at 7pm
The Dash vs Wilmington

Purchase your tickets online at by May 31st to sit in St Timothy's reserved section.
Homeless Outreach | City with Dwellings
The Overflow Shelter is closed for the warmer months, but our work with our homeless friends continues at City with Dwellings with our Community First Center (633 W.4th St.). We are open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9-11am and need adult volunteers to help us provide hospitality and discover connections with our community members. We offer opportunities for art therapy, yoga, tai chi, anger management, stress relief, as well as an open-source peer support group called Together for Housing. Talk to Katie Bryant ( or Lea Thullbery ( for more info or go to to sign-up.   
VBS 2018--July 29-31 | "Believing Takes Practice"
Vacation Bible School this summer is taking an exciting twist! We will be exploring Madeleine L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time" and considering our God-given gifts that help build up the Kingdom of God. All ages are invited to participate--there will be something for everyone. We'll have a movie night in June so that all can see the new movie "A Wrinkle in Time" together. Email katie@sttimothys if you would like to help with planning VBS--a planning meeting TBA soon! 
Hospitality for Officers on Sunday Mornings
Please help welcome our Winston Salem police officer to services on Sunday mornings. Follow the link below to sign up to provide a snack. The officers enjoy homemade baked goods or breakfast items such as bagels, muffins, or pastries. If items contain nuts please label them. Snacks should be delivered to the basket at the welcome counter in the narthex on Sunday mornings. If you have questions please contact Megan Farrell at or 336.408.7779. Thank you for extending a warm welcome to our officers!

Link to sign up.
Write to Graham Green
Our own Graham Green is a Lt Col in the Army National Guard and is currently deployed in Iraq. We are proud of Graham, his wife, Shannon, and children Garrison and Julia. We will continue to surround them with prayer. He is able to receive letters at the address below. Please use the address exactly as it is printed.

LTC Graham Green
HHC 449th CAB
Camp Taji
St Timothy's Stickers
We have a limited number of St Timothy's stickers (perfect for car windows). If you would like one, they will be in the office and in the narthex on Sunday. We will reorder to meet the demand.

If you put the sticker on your car, send us a picture!
Quick Links
Attendance and Stewardship

May 20, 2018
Morning Prayer: 6
7:30 Low Mass: 48
9:00 Low Mass: 195
11:00 Solemn Mass: 90
Sunday Mass Total: 333

Offering: $36,717.63 .
Weekly Need: $18,099.81

Average Sunday Mass Attendance: 329
The altar arrangements are given to the Glory of Almighty God and in memory of Ralph Amen & Eric Amen by Shirley Amen.

 The Our Lady of Walsingham Lamp is given to the Glory of God and in thanksgiving for the work this parish has done for the homeless in Winston-Salem by Jonathan Williams.

The Sanctuary Lamp is given to the Glory of God
by Becky McLean.

The St. Timothy Shrine Lamp is given to the glory of God and in thanksgiving for the Capital Campaign Committee by Lea Thullbery.

The St. Michael the Archangel Lamp is given to the Glory of God and with prayers for the protection of LTC Graham Green and all those in our armed forces by the women of St. Timothy’s.