New Parishioners

Welcome to St Timothy Parish. If you have any questions please call 703 378-7646 or email info@sttimothyparish.org.

If you are new to the area or just haven’t registered with the parish, please follow these instructions.

 

» Please download the Parish Registration Form (PDF) and complete as much as possible. The form may be submitted by:

  • Dropping off at the Parish Office
  • Scanning and emailing to avivirito@sttimothyparish.org
  • Faxed to (703-378-7552)
  • Placed in the collection basket at Mass

Parish Boundaries (If you live outside the parish boundaries, you will need a letter of permission from your geographic parish to join St. Timothy’s)

  • Beginning at Loudoun County line – East on Rt. 50 (Lee Jackson Hwy) to Legato Road
  • South on Legato Road to Rt. 29 (Lee Hwy)
  • Southwest on Lee Hwy to Prince William County Line
  • Northwest on Bull Run to Loudoun County line
  • Northeast on Loudoun County line to Rt. 50

Why Register?

  • To facilitate communication with you.
  • To help plan for parish needs.
  • To assist you in being a good steward of parish resources through your financial support!
  • Finally, Sacramental Recordkeeping. In situations such as Baptisms, being Godparents, Confirmation or other Sacraments, a letter is often required by the pastor verifying you are an active, participating Catholic. Because St. Timothy’s is such a large parish, we may not remember everyone who comes regularly to worship with us.

Need to help a family member or friend embrace their faith once again? Be not afraid! Share this resource and invite them often to Mass.

Hungering to receive Christ in the Eucharist? Come join us at the table!

Need confession? “Come back to me with all your heart.” The light is on! (Confession Schedule)

Religious Education

  • Religious Education is offered for students in grades 1-12 through the CCD (Confraternity of Christian Doctrine) program. Contact the CCD Office (703-378-9143) for registration information.
  • RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) educates adults in the Catholic Faith and prepares them to enter the church and to receive the sacraments of the Holy Eucharist and Confirmation.
  • Other resources for learning about the Catholic faith include the websites on our Outside Resources page. Please call the Parish Office at 703-378-7646, Mon-Fri 9AM-4PM for more information.

We welcome Protestants, Evangelicals and those of other Faiths to explore our common beliefs and to understand the differences.

Where do I begin?

Religious Education

  • Why believe in God?
  • Isn’t being good good enough?
  • Hasn’t science made faith obsolete?
  • How can the Church claim to be holy in the face of scandals?
  • What gives the Catholic Church the right to tell me how to live my life?
  • Great Questions! To start to answer them:
 

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