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.
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.
costa rica companion relationship
St Timothy's has a long standing relationship with the Diocese of Costa Rica and the Church of Ascension.
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.
the abraham project
In 2010, St Timothy's founded The Abraham Project as a year of service program affiliated with the Episcopal Service Corps.