Order of Christian Initiation of Adults
OCIA is a process of study, exploration, faith-sharing, and faith formation with specific liturgical rites for seekers and inquirers. Seekers and inquirers are non-baptized adults who desire to be fully initiated into the Roman Catholic Church and/or baptized adult Christians who desire full communion in the Roman Catholic Church.
If you are interested in becoming Catholic, please fill out the online enquiry form below and a member of the parish clergy or staff will be in contact.
Please consider joining our first Endow study! Educating on the Nature and Dignity of Women (Endow) is a structured study group for women of all ages to examine important documents of the Catholic Church. Over the course of 8-12 weeks, join a small group of women to explore the first Encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI, Deus Caritas Est. If you are interested in cultivating friendships by studying the rich spiritual and intellectual documents of the Catholic Church, this group is for you! The study will begin on 09/26/23 from 7-9pm at the church office. Those interested in joining must register using the button below. Registration is $20 per person.
No purchase of the study necessary if you sign up by 9/19/23.
Saint Therese of Lisieux Flower Guild
The Saint Therese of Lisieux Flower Guild is a new apostolate of Saint Timothy’s which operates in cooperation with the Parochial Administrator and in consideration of the liturgical law of the Church, to elevate the liturgical activities through dignified and fitting décor.
As an altar server, you are involved in the holiest and most sacred events of Catholic worship. As you assist the priest, so you make worship more reverent, efficient, and beautiful. Your service is very important!
Alter servers can be any male who has been baptized and has received the first holy eucharist. If you are interested and willing to join this ministry please complete the form below.
Being a Sunday Reader is open to men and women who are fully initiated into the Catholic Church, have discerned a particular call to proclaim the Word of God and exhibit a love for Sacred Scripture. Investing time in preparation and prayer, Lectors proclaim the Scriptures clearly and articulately with confidence and authenticity.
GENERAL INSTRUCTION OF THE ROMAN MISSAL, 101:
“In the absence of an instituted lector, other lay people may be deputed to proclaim the readings from Sacred Scripture, people who are truly suited to carrying out this function and carefully prepared, so that by their hearing the readings from the sacred texts the faithful may conceive in their hearts a sweet and living affection for Sacred Scripture.”