In Our Community

Samaritan Outreach Ministry facilitates many projects locally, nationally, and internationally in order to assist in serving the needs of God’s children.  In addition to our financial contributions, St. Tim’s has donated perishable (vegetables from the Community Garden) and non-perishable food items to several local ministries. Through Dorcas, over 95 layettes have been donated to Douglas County Shelters, House of Hope, The Gathering Place, and 32nd Ave. Jubilee Ministry. During Advent and Christmas 205 shoebox gifts are lovingly prepared and mailed through Operation Christmas Child. A caroling party at Cherrelyn Nursing Home provided the spirit of Christmas with 28 residents receiving gifts and all the residents being recipients of Christmas cards, ornaments, and cookies. The St. Tim’s community is sharing God’s love and giving hope to many for a brighter tomorrow.

For additional information, contact Bob Fullerton at bobfullerton@gmail.com.

In Our Church

Our church depends on the participation and teamwork of those who attend and make St. Tim's their church home.  There are many opportunities to serve in our church on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis.  Whether you'd like to be a greeter, an usher,  a Scripture reader, acolyte, join the garden team, work with children or youth, or sing in the choir, we have a place for you! 

Please complete and submit the Volunteer Application below if you're interested in serving in any capacity. Contact the church office at info@sttims.net with questions or for additional information.

Volunteer Application

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