St. Timothy's Episcopal Church


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By adoration we mean the worship of the triune God through the sacrament of the holy Eucharist. Everything we do at St. Timothy's flows from and is informed by the adoration of Jesus Christ.


holy eucharist

The Holy Eucharist (the Mass) is celebrated nearly every day. Sundays at 7.30, 9.00, and 11.00, Monday thru Saturday at 8:15am. An additional mass with Holy Unction on Wednesdays at noon.

the daily office

The Daily Office of Morning and Evening Prayer is celebrated Monday thru Saturday. Morning Prayer is at 8am. Evening Prayer is at 4.45pm (Mon-Thurs).


music & Choirs

Click here for more information about our music & choirs.

the order of alcuin
(altar servers)

We are blessed with a dedicated corps of altar servers of all ages. Information regarding the Order of Alcuin will be updated soon. 



The Trinity of adoration is the Holy Eucharist, the Daily Office, and Devotion. Each day we pray the Angelus at the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham and the daily Shrine Prayers at the Shrine of St Timothy.


Click here for the homily archive.





Formation is our growth in Christ as people of God. Formation is more than being educated in Christianity because it involves a complete renewal of who we are – a change of our identity and worldview. We never graduate from being formed in our faith or achieve completion in our growth; rather our formation in Christ is a lifelong journey that affects every area of our life.


We have an active group of children who fill the pews of St. Timothy’s. On Sunday mornings we explore our faith though Godly Play, and on Wednesday nights we journey through stories of the people of God with Manna and Mercy for grades k-5. Club 543 is a special group for our older children to work on service projects throughout the year. We offer a professionally staffed Nursery for our youngest disciples and offer pre-K formation for ages 3-5. Come be a part of our family. For more information, please contact the Rev. Katie Bryant.


St. Timothy’s is privileged to have a committed group of middle school and high school students who call this parish home. Our mission and continuing hope is to build St. Timothy's into a safe and inviting place for students to discover what it means to be followers of Jesus. We do this through relationships and by encouraging our students’ involvement in all different areas of our church. Between Youth Group, mission trips, service projects, Mystery Nights, and many other activities there are ways for our students to “jump in”. For more information, please contact Fr DJ Griffin.

Confirmation and New Members

Every year St. Timothy’s offers a Foundations and Confirmation Class for those seeking to be Confirmed and for new members or visitors of our parish. The first half of the class focused on our particular parish, and the second half focused more on the theological distinctive of our Anglican tradition. 

Wednesday night formation

In addition to Sunday mornings, Wednesday nights are the heart of our formation life at St. Timothy’s during the school year. We have formation offerings for people of all ages, and our amazing dinner teams provide a space for everyone to come together for a meal. The meal is served from 5:30-6:15pm. Please contact Katie Bryant for more information.


For the past 6 years, St. Timothy’s has maintained a “Young Adult Group” for young professionals who are looking for a place in our parish to connect together. We meet regularly on Thursdays for food and study. This is a great venue to meet friends, share your story, and explore your faith. Please contact Fr DJ Griffin for more information. Friends are most welcome to join.

Small Groups

St. Timothy’s has different Small Groups that meet off campus during the week and on campus during our Sunday Formation Hour from 10:15 to 11:00am. These groups incorporate most of the active adults who attend our parish. To learn more, click here.  All of these all share the same mission of helping our members grow as followers of Jesus through study, conversation, accountability, and building friendships.  

Parish Life

Parish Life is the perfect entry point for new folks to connect with the people of St. Timothy’s. Between Wednesday Night Dinners, Parish Breakfast, special Receptions, our annual food truck festival called TimFest, and our Pentecost Parish Picnic there are so many ways to see the life of our parish.  Also, all of these events need folks to help out. For more information, contact Lea Thulberry.

Adult Formation

Most of our Adult Formation is through our Small Groups. In addition, throughout the year, we offer various ways for adults to continue their formation journey in this parish. Our most regular adult offering is taught by Fr. Steve on Wednesday Nights in the church nave from 6:30-7:15pm during the church program year. Anyone is welcome to join.





Transformation is change. Transformation takes place in our hearts through the power of the Holy Spirit, but is evidenced in our lives as we actively live out God’s love.   We can feel this change—as we inwardly wrestle with the best ways to live and love; we can see this change—as we actively engage all of creation to share God’s hope and love.


overflow homeless shelter

For 122 days a year, St Timothy's hosts an emergency overflow shelter for our homeless guests in Winston-Salem.

the abraham project

In 2010, St Timothy's founded The Abraham Project as a year of service program affiliated with the Episcopal Service Corps.

Anthony's Plot

Anthony’s Plot is a neighborhood community in Winston-Salem that models a love of God and neighbor through relationship. St.Tim’s is a partner with Anthony’s Plot—finding ways to build relationships through shared meals and ongoing support of neighborhood events.

costa rica companion relationship

St Timothy's has a long standing relationship with the Diocese of Costa Rica and the Church of Ascension.

community garden

Our garden helps keep us all rooted in the wonder of God’s creation as we learn to be better stewards of God’s good gifts. All ages in our parish tend and care for the crops and anticipate the fruits. Produce from the garden is shared with Anthony’s Plot to use in community meals or shared with neighbors. In our garden, we also have a Little Free Library where parish and neighbors can take a book or leave a book to encourage reading for all.




father steven c rice

  • B.A. Psychology, Erskine College
  • M.Div., Candler School of Theology, Emory University
  • D.Min, Nashotah House Theological Seminary

Ordained priest 2005.


canon jeremy matthew haselock
honorary Priest associate

Former Precentor & Vice Dean, Norwich Cathedral
Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen


father donald jackson griffin

  • B.A., Religious Studies, University of Oklahoma
  • M.Div., Nashotah House Theological Seminary

Ordained priest in 2017.



chris ervin
Ministry Administrator

  • BM Vocal Performance, Webster University
  • MM Vocal Performance, Webster University
  • PAC Operatic Performance, UNCSA
  • MBA coursework, Webster University
  • (In progress) Certificate in Not for Profit Management, Salem College

christin barnhardt
Director of music

  • B.A. Music, Salem College
  • M.M. Piano Pedagogy & Sacred Music, Westminster Choir College of Rider University

dr. Robert Matthews
Music associate

  • B.M. Piano Performance & Choral Music Education, Appalachian State University
  • M.M. Choral Music Education, Appalachian State University
  • D.M.A. Choral Conducting, UNC-Greensboro
  • (in progress) M.M. Piano Performance & Pedagogy, Salem College

the rev. katie bryant
Children & Outreach

  • B.S. Human Development & Family Studies, Auburn University
  • M.Div., Duke University Divinity School
  • Ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church
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dr. Mark Ardrey-Graves

  • B.A., Music, University of Richmond
  • M.A., Musicology & Performance Practice, Duke University
  • M.Div., Duke University Divinity School
  • D.M.A., Choral Conducting (Performance, Literature & Pedagogy), James Madison University


  • B.A. Computer Science & Information Systems, Stonehill College

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2575 Parkway Drive

Winston-Salem, NC 27103


We are located in the heart of Ardmore. You must access Parkway Drive off of Knollwood Street to reach the church.