Cooking Session To Be Held Saturday At St. Timothy's Episcopal

Monday, June 30, 2014

St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, 630 Mississippi Ave., Signal Mountain, Sunday services schedule is as follows: 8 a.m., Rite I, chapel; 9:15 a.m., Rite III, Commons; 10:30 a.m., Rite II, chapel.

Calling All Chefs! – St. Isidore’s ministry will have another cooking session Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. They will prepare meals to freeze for their meal delivery ministry. Recipes and ingredients will be provided – no special skills needed. Contact Laura Witherspoon at

net">lewitherspoon@earthlink.net or 886-9820 to respond or for more information.

Outdoor Worship Space – Saturday, July 19 at 10 a.m. all youth are invited and encouraged to participate in a work day to help construct the outdoor worship and gathering space behind St. Timothy’s Church. Joshua Gable has spearheaded the development of this space for his Eagle Scout project. Come support Joshua and St. Timothy’s, and bring your bug spray, water bottles, covered shoes and work gloves. Please contact Dominique Gable at pbgable@aol.com or Robert Hartmans rhartmans@sttimsignal.com and let them know you are coming.

EYC on Mission - A group of twenty missioners will set off from St Timothy's the morning of Wednesday, July 9 and will travel to Washington D.C.  The group is made up of high schoolers, middle schoolers, and adult chaperones.  They have the common purpose of engaging with people who face home and food insecurity.  The goal is to learn what it means to build community with others.  Community building will be accomplish by preparing and eating meals, one at The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany and the other at Grace Episcopal Church Georgetown.  While there they will take advantage of opportunities in the Capitol, including visiting the National Cathedral, the Capitol Building, and the Holocaust Memorial Museum.


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