Tim Steeves

Tim SteevesRev. Tim Steeves, Interim Rector

Reverend Tim Steeves has been serving as the Interim Rector of Saint Timothy’s since November 1, 2017. He will be officiating at the regular Sunday services, and offering pastoral and administrative support to the parish until such time as an new Rector is engaged. Joined by his wife Deborah, Fr. Steeves is excited to be part of St. Timothy's parish family during this time of transition.

Retired after over forty-four years as a priest of the Church, Fr. Steeves has served parish from Massachusetts (his native state) to Florida, and currently lives in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Before retiring, Fr, Steeves was the Rector of St. James Episcopal Church in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Among other things Tim is an accomplished Banjo player.

Dick Ullman

Dick UllmanRev. Richard L. Ullman, Discernment Consultant

The St. Tim's Vestry engaged Fr. Ullman to be consultant and coach to parish leadership during this time of transition, working primarily with the Discernment Committee but also with the Wardens and Vestry and the Interim Rector as needed.

Since his 2001 retirement from full-time ministry, Dick has worked with many congregations in this diocese and elsewhere as consultant and coach. He has served as rector of parishes small and large, including Church of the Redeemer, Springfield, Delaware County in the 1970s. In the 1980s he served on diocesan staff in the Diocese of Southern Ohio. Dick and his wife Margaret live in Center City, and are active at St. Peter’s Church.

Janice Fetscher

JaniceFetscherJanice Fetscher, Parish Administrator

Janice Fetscher came to St. Timothy's in November of 2007, with 15 years experience in parish work. Janice is a life-long resident of Roxborough and loves working in her home town. When not working at St. Timothy's, Janice loves spending time with her family, going to farmer's markets & flea markets and, and just enjoying life.

Janice can be found in our Office from 8AM to 12Noon during the work week. She is a tremendous asset to keep the Church running efficiently.

Mark Sullivan

DSC 5655Mark Sullivan, Sexton

Since 1998, Mark has held staff positions in several large Episcopal and Lutheran parishes as either facilities manager or parish administrator, most recently at St. Mark's Church on Locust Street. Prior to his work in parishes he enjoyed a full career in retail, most notably as Director of Training and Development with Jos. A. Bank Clothiers during their growth from a small regional manufacturer to a major national chain. Mark is originally from New York. His wife, Nina, from Bryn Mawr. They have lived in Washington, DC, Chicago and Baltimore as corporate transfers dictated but have made their home in Bryn Mawr since 1989. They have two grown daughters, Natalie and Elizabeth (Lizzie), and an irrepressible Cairn terrier, Brutus.

Apart from church staff positions, Mark is an Episcopalian and has served on the vestry, capital campaign and stewardship committees, taught Sunday school and Confirmation classes, and, as an adult leader of the high school youth group, planned and executed several Habitat for Humanity type youth work trips, all at his home parish, Church of the Redeemer in Bryn Mawr. In his free time Mark enjoys travel, reading history, skiing and the care of his 26 year-old Volvo.

Seungee Cho

drcho2Dr. Seunghee Cho, Minister of Music

Dr. Seunghee Cho serves as both our organist and choirmaster. In her time with us she had dramatically increased the number of volunteers singing in the choir and brought in a range of instrumentalists to enhance our worship experience.

Dr. Cho loves to challenge our amazing Choir. She is constantly pressing them to be at their best. So much so, that we have singers showing up from other congregations to join our Choir. Among her favorite pieces is Mozart's Requiem and Handel's Messiah.