Jabus Braxton has been the Facilities Manager at St. Timothy's since August of 2010. He is in charge of the care and keep of all of the church's property.
You can reach him at 886-2281 x 3306 or by email at email@example.com.
Elizabeth Burns is the Youth Director at St. Timothy's. She attended Georgia Southern University, where she studied special education and recreation and tourism management. In college, Elizabeth was active in the church, serving as Peer Minister and President of the Episcopal Campus Ministry as well as Youth Minister at Trinity, Statesboro. After competing college, she worked as a summer backpacking guide and outdoor education instructor for Kanuga's Mountain Trail Outdoor School. Before arriving at St. Timothy's, she spent several years working for the Diocese of Georgia as the Diocesan Missioner for Youth and Summer Camp Director. When she is not serving the church, you can find Elizabeth outside: running, reading a book in her hammock, picnicking under a tree, watching the sunrise, or hitting the trails. She is also a contra dancer.
You can reach Elizabeth at 423-886-2281 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carly Woodfin is the Director of Communication at St. Timothy's. Carly and her family relocated to Chattanooga in the summer of 2017 for her husband's job (as Episcopal priest). During the transition she decided to leave her career in education to pursue her passion of helping organization identify their stories and communicating those stories. She has a master's in education and an undergrad degree in public relations. Her years in the classroom provided her with ample opportunities to practice publice relations. She has served as the marketing co-chair and accrediation chair; as well as serving on a couple boards in Sewanee while her husband attended seminary. During her freetime you can find Carly hiking with her kids, cooking, or explore the amazing food opportunities in Chattanooga with her husband.
You can reach Carly at 886-2281 ext. 3304 or by email at email@example.com.
Beth Hackett is the Office Coordinator at St. Timothy's. Beth and her family have been members at St. Timothy's for 27 years. She decided to leave her career in the preschool to share her passion for church life by stepping into this new role as office coordinator. Her years in the serving as the WOST president, altar guild, VBS coordinator, Sunday School teacher, parish life coordinator, and vestry member have provided her with ample experience in preparing her for this position. During her freetime you can find Beth enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors. You can reach Carly at 886-2281 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cary Haney has been the Bookkeeper since July 1, 2000. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Finance with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She served as Treasurer for St. Timothy's Episcopal Preschool, served on Outreach Scholarship committee, served as Treasurer for Thrasher Elementary PTA, and was Chief Financial Officer for Care Plus Home Health Services, a Division of Parkridge/East Ridge Hospital, prior to joining the staff at St. Timothy's. Cary lives on Signal Mountain with her husband, Craig and two children. She enjoys trail running, flower gardening, and reading.
You can reach Cary at 886-2281 x 3305 or by email at email@example.com.
Philip Newton has served since 2005 as Director of Music Ministries at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, Signal Mountain, Tennessee. He holds degrees from Georgia College and State University, the University of Chicago, Teachers College, Columbia University, and Emory University.
Philip spent 25 years as a secondary social studies educator, specializing in law-related education. He was Project Coordinator for a federally funded law-related education project at Teachers College, Columbia University, and returned to his Georgia classroom to build a local mock trial program. This program grew into a statewide Georgia Mock Trial Competition, sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia. Georgia teams have won four national champion titles.
Having been a part-time church musician for most of his life, Philip discerned a call to full-time music ministry and left the mock trial program to pursue graduate music studies. He completed a Master of Sacred Music degree, with an emphasis in choral conducting, at Emory University in 2004. Called to serve St. Timothy's, Philip has developed a graded choir program for children, with the older children participating in the curriculum of the Royal School of Church Music in America and attending summer courses. He worked with parish musicians to create Zammarin, an intergenerational group of singers and instrumentalists who, with workshop guidance from Fran McKendree, have created a musical repertoire that supports liturgical worship. McKendree produced the first of the ensemble's three professionally recorded CDs.
Philip holds the Service Playing and Colleague certificates from the American Guild of Organists, and is a member of both the Atlanta and Chattanooga chapters. He is also a certified coordinator for the Leadership Program for Musicians, which was founded by the Episcopal Church but now sponsors educational programs for musicians from many denominations. Philip serves on the board of the Chattanooga Bach Choir. He is a long-time member of the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, and sang with its choir in the summer of 2007 in residencies at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, and Westminster Abbey, London.
You can reach Philip at 886-2881 x 3307 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evie Durant is very excited to take on this new role for St. Timothy’s! Evie was baptized at St. Timothy’s way back in... well let’s just say a long time ago... and it has been her home parish ever since. She has been a bit of a roamer, living in South Carolina, outside Chicago, and in Brooklyn, but St. Timothy’s has always been a nice welcome home! Evie has degrees in theatre and studio art, and loves teaching and sharing her skills and talents with children more than anything! Watching creativity, ingenuity, and imagination happen makes her heart happy. Serving the children of St. Timothy’s is a wonderful way to tie all the many artistic aspects of her life to her faith and service.
|Men's Book Study||9:30 AM|
|Women's Book Study||11:00 AM|
|Adult Handbell||5:45 PM|
|Adult Choir||7:00 PM|
|The Holy Eucharist, Rite I||8:00 AM|
|Christian Formation||9:30 AM|
|The Holy Eucharist, Rite II||10:30 AM|