St. Timothy Home Helpers/Repairs Ministry are retired volunteers that “Do emergency type repairs for those who need them” when no other assistance is available.
This is a “Free, No Charge Ministry,” but a homeowner may be responsible for funding of materials replaced. We are not licensed or bonded, nor do we do on-going maintenance jobs. We accept all donations for St. Vincent de Paul Society. It is not our intent to compete with professionals.
The Catholic Diocese of Orlando has fingerprinted and obtained a criminal background check for all volunteers prior to their participation in this Ministry. We are happy to help, but because we are a small group, we ask for your patience.
“Whenever you possibly can, do good to those who need it.” Proverbs 3:27
The Hospitality “Coffee &” Ministry is for all parishioners, and is designed to encourage parishioners to come together to meet one another and socialize. While you are visiting with your fellow parishioners, we are happy to serve you coffee, tea, bakery items of all kinds and bagels with cream cheese and jams. You have this opportunity every Sunday after the 7:00 AM and the 9:00 AM Mass (unless otherwise noted in the bulletin).
National Alliance for Mental Health
This is a support group meeting once per month, on the second Monday of each month.
The attendees are typically family members and/or caregivers of individuals living with a mental illness. The members share their experiences, knowledge, and frustrations. The result is help with problems and support in difficult times. The group is open to new members and welcomes people to come to share or just listen to others. There is no fee to attend. Note: This group is NOT for those who actually live with a mental illness; the consumer should contact Lifestream Behavioral Health to find a group that they might attend.
The purpose of the Club shall be for the spritual well being and social pleasure of its members and the outstanding accomplishment of successful fund-raising.
Club members devote time and energy to their activities such as card parties, craft bazaar, fashion shows, bake sales and charitable events.
On the first Tuesday of each month, September thru May, members attend a 2 hour monthly meeting in the Social Hall. A willingness to work in a group situation, a true desire to serve the Lord and our parish community are some of the skills required for membership. In return, the church continues to benefit financially from this club.