Outreach takes many forms at St. Timothy's
St. Timothy's is active in a number of outreach activities that respond to the needs of people with Christian imperative that the hungry be fed, the naked clothed, the homeless housed, and that others who are less fortunate share in the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. St. Timothy's is a leader of some outreach programs, and assists with many community programs.
Brotherhood of Saint Andrew- The St. Timothy's Chapter of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew is a Christian fellowship of men dedicated to serving our Church and to changing lives through daily prayer for the spread of Christ's kingdom, studying the Holy Scriptures regularly, and making continuing efforts to bring others and ourselves nearer to Christ through His Church and through our own service.
Tabitha's Guild (Sewing Ministry) - Our band of sewists and crafters meets on Saturdays to make items as gifts for our community, such as stuffed animals for kids, bags for kids in the foster system, prayer squares and more. We also periodically teach a sewing class for members of our community.
Angel Tree - We share Christ's love with children of Brazosport families of incarcerated parents who are typically in need of help during Christmas with food, gifts and other essential items. Last Christmas thirty tags were taken the first day. The program will be expanded this next Christmas.
Prison Ministry - Four Brotherhood of St. Andrew (BOSA) members rotate providing bible study each Sunday at the Wayne Scott unit. Also, the BOSA conducts an annual weekend retreat at Wayne Scott.
Food Basket- We volunteer and give grocery items to this local food pantry assisting families trying to make ends meet.