Welcome to the Roman Catholic Parish of Saint Timothy
Weekend Celebrations of the Eucharist:
Saturday at 5:00 pm, Sunday at 9:00 am and 11:00 am
Weekday Celebrations of the Eucharist:
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9:15 am
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
(closed 12 noon - 1:00 pm)
Established in September 1988 the Parish of St. Timothy in the Archdiocese of St. Boniface serves the community of south St. Vital in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
The Parish of St. Timothy exists for three reasons:
- To give thanks and praise to God
- To preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ
- To build up the Body of Christ.
We are all called to "fan into flame the gifts that God has given us" (2 Timothy 1:6) and our parish has many avenues for you to develop your gifts to serve the Lord and our community. Welcome!
Our Worship Space
Situated at 135 John Forsyth Road in the heart of south St. Vital, our parish is a centre for peace and tranquility. The red granite baptismal font welcomes you as you enter the building. We have a beautiful open concept worship space with large windows that let in an abundance of natural light.
We are also blessed to have a large parish hall with stage and full kitchen, a library and numerous classrooms for religious education (catechism and sacramental preparation) classes and parish meetings.
Becoming a Member
If you haven't already done so, please introduce yourself to Fr. Fred Olds, he'd love to meet you!
Please then drop the completed form at the office or in the collection basket and your donation envelopes will be ready the following week. We also have direct debit forms available at the church.
Being a member in good standing* at the parish provides you with the following benefits:
- you are able to enroll your children in any of the catechsim and sacramental programs
- you may request a sacrament, especially Baptism, Confirmation or Marriage
- you are given consideration in the use of any parish services, resources or facilities such as the hall, library or worship space.
*A member in good standing means those who are formally registered, attend Mass regularly, and accept a financial obligation appropriate to their means.