The listed groups are affiliated with St.Timothy Parish and are coordinated by members of the parish.
Membership is open to the local community. Telephone numbers are listed in the parish directory.
The Young in Spirit seniors group offers fun, fellowship, travel, and service opportunities for seniors age 55 and over. The groups hosts monthly meetings, social outings, trips, and outreach. One-day trips as well as longer excursions are scheduled throughout the year and are open to non-members. See the parish bulletin for more information about upcoming activities.
Anyone over 55 is welcome to join us. The annual dues are $10 per person.
Meets in Brodnick Hall on the second Wednesday of the month from 11am – 1:30pm. Reservations for catered lunch ($8) are required at least one week prior to meeting.
General information: Pat Kline (e-mail)
Lunch reservations: Marilyn Adick (e-mail)
Social outings and trips information: Marney Bresser (e-mail)
This Catholic international fraternal, family service organization is based on the four principals of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. We pride ourselves on our service to Church, community, council, family, youth and pro-life. Any man, 18 years of age or older, is welcome to join. http://www.kofc-st-timothy.org
Knights of Columbus Council 15211 – St Timothy meets in Brodnick Hall on second Tuesday of the month for the business meeting and on the fourth Tuesday of the month for the social meeting.
♦ Contact: Mark Sipple (e-mail)
The St.Timothy Golf League consists of 20 two-player teams. Sign up for regular team members is in February; substitutes can sign up anytime.
Schedules and pairings are distributed each spring. Meets at Lassing Point Golf Course on Tuesdays from early spring until mid-Sept., followed by playoffs. Tee times normally begin at 4:30pm.
♦ Contact: Jerry Glen (e-mail)
The Families of Hope group provides support to families who have children with chronic physical, intellectual or behavioral challenges and illnesses. Resources, ideas, triumphs and trials and monthly gatherings for family activities are shared.
Contact the coordinator to add name to email list for activities.
♦ Contact: Angie & Dave Mimms (e-mail)
Its purpose is to nurture mothers of young children from pregnancy through kindergarten. Monthly meetings consist of brunch, devotions, guest speakers, crafts and social time. Outreach activities, moms’ night out, outings for moms and their kids, moms’ & pops’ nights outs are also scheduled. Registration is required. www.mops.org
The group typically meets in Brodnick Hall on the last Monday of the month (Sept. to May) from 9:30-11:30am . Childcare is available.
♦ Contact: Kara deNijs (e-mail) or Katie McGonigal (e-mail)
Boy Scouts – Troop 702
The goal of Catholic Youth Ministry match Scouting’s three aims: character development, preparation for responsible citizenship, and physical and mental fitness. Boys work to earn merit badges and progress through rank advancement. Scouts may also earn religious emblems.
Open to boys ages 11 through 18. Registration is required. www.danbeard.org
The troop meets in Brodnick Hall on Thursday at 7pm.
♦ Contact: Dave Zirkelbach (e-mail) or Rick Hayden (e-mail)
Cub Scouts – Pack 702
Cub Scout activities are designed to build character, physical fitness, practical skills and service. Scouts may also earn religious emblems.
Open to boys in first through fifth grade. Registration is required. www.danbeardpack702.org
A monthly Pack meeting for all the dens is held from September to May. Most of the individual dens meet in the parish center on Tuesday or Thursday evenings. Summer activities are also offered.
♦ Contact the Cubmaster (e-mail) or Rick Hayden (e-mail)
St. Timothy American Heritage Girls Troop KY1412 is a Christ-centered non-profit character development program for girls ages 5-18, dedicated to its mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.
♦ Contact: Laura Nix (e-mail)
This club is for girls (grades 5-8) to grow in virtue, friendship, and their Catholic faith. It’s a place for girls to learn about themselves by doing apostolic projects and creating a positive impact on family, friends, and the world. The team leaders are high school/college girls who have been trained to help with this fun and formation through talks, group activities, workshops, retreats, and outreach.
Meets in the parish center twice monthly on Fridays from 3:30-4:45pm
♦ Contact: Crystal Pohlman (e-mail)