The beautiful log walls and Cariboo style stained glass windows help set the scene for worship. You will see the love of God, the light of Christ, and evidence of God’s Spirit at work through the many activities that occur here.
Our services are 10:30 AM on Sundays.
St. Timothy’s is active in mission for our local community.
St Timothy’s offers a monthly free store for members of our community.
St. Timothy’s also joins with the United Church in a twice-yearly larger free store.
Coats for All 2016 just wrapped up this season by providing 252 winter coats to the community along with many hoodies, sweaters, vests, snow suits and snow pants, scarves, toques, gloves, and mittens, and even boots, socks, and mittens.
Parishioners organize and host a bi-monthly Caregiver’s Support group in the church
Collection bins for the local Food Bank and Loaves and Fishes fill up regularly
Stemete7u’wi ( A Gathering Place), a Friendship Centre is in the older church building behind the log church. It has been going a couple years with many activities for the whole community. Evening Fiddling and guitar lessons, knitting circle, drum making workshops, and daytime coffee, tea, a listening ear, and the opportunity for a bowl of soup are a few of the things happening there. Another event brought residential school survivors from many generations together to share their stories with younger family members and the 100 Mile House community.
There is an active ACW group at the church that puts on a Christmas lunch and bazaar and also a Strawberry Tea each spring. They also clean the church and help to fund many church activities.
A weekly simple lunch and Bible Study of the lections for the coming Sunday is held most Thursdays at noon.
Other studies, game nights, or church social events occur as the Spirit moves.
All the people of St. Timothy’s
Lay Ministers of Word and Sacrament: Caroline Sharpe and Sharon Williscroft
Clergy: The Rev Jo Ann Hinter serves St. Timothy’s and also St. Peter’s Williams Lake and St. Luke’s Alexis Creek.