2023 Annual Meeting

annual report

Access the 2023 Annual Report by clicking the image above

This year’s meeting will be held on Sunday, February 12, 2023

There are multiple venues for participation:

  • 10:00 AM Combined Worship (Nave and Livestream)
  • 11:15 AM Annual meeting (Nave and Livestream)
  • 12:00 PM Mardi Gras Celebration (Edwards Hall)

Childcare will be provided during the meeting from 11:15am – 12:00pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Annual Meeting Agenda

11:15 AM Greeting and Call to Order
11:20 AM Consideration of the Minutes as Presented from the 2022 Annual Meeting
11:22 AM Elections for Vestry and Convention Delegates
11:25 AM Warden’s Report
11:30 AM Preschool Report
11:40 AM Treasurer’s Report
11:50 AM Q & A
12:00 PM Adjourn to the Oak Tree for an All-Parish Photo with Rev. Nick
12:05 PM Mardi Gras Celebration in Edwards Hall



2023 Diocesan Convention Candidates

(St. Timothy’s is qualified to elect 4 persons plus alternates)
Fern Jaspers-Fayer, Cindy Howard, Margaret Stedman, Amy Witzke

Alternate: Bill Shreve, Marguerite Williams

2023 Vestry Candidates

Todd Hausman

I am Todd Hausman. An Episcopalian confirmation graduate in 2017, the Hausmans (Shelly, Mathias & Greta) have made St. Timothy’s our spiritual home since 2008. You may not recognize me out of St. Nicholas’ robes & beard. A native Ohioian, I was raised outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. Graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and then Wright State University in Beavercreek, Ohio. We moved to Mountain View in 2005 for my work and have made the Bay Area our home ever since. Through the years and as our kids have grown, I’ve offered my spiritual gifts in many ways including a door monitor in Godly Play, co-teacher of middle school Sunday school, tile puller in parish hall, Christmas pageant director, green hanger, part-time Children’s sermon speaker, videographer, singer / player / roadie for the band (albeit poorly), cook, server & dish washer during the annual meeting, and liturgist. Offered for your consideration as vestry member.

Angela Landrigan

I have been attending St. Timothy’s since 2014, when my eldest daughter was a vibrant 3 year old not interested in long stretches of sitting. I was delighted to find that St Timothy’s is so welcoming and inclusive of children, and I’ve loved watching the opportunities for engagement grow over the years. All three of my girls (now 3, 9, and 12) attended St. Timothy’s preschool, with my youngest just having started there in Fall of 2022, and my eldest two have participated in VBC. I love the strong small community feeling, the caring and attentive environment, and the child-lead influence. I look back fondly on the weekly Wednesday night soup dinners that brought together members of the church and the preschool, where the kids ran around playing all night. Currently, my kids and I help serve and with clean-up, and I help on occasion with the Double Digits sessions. I recently led a Christmas Card watercolor workshop where we donated many of the cards to our neighbors at Grant-Cuesta rehabilitation center, led a lunar new year celebration at the preschool, and look forward to finding more opportunities for community engagement (church and neighborhood) in the future! Professionally, I am a Senior Project Manager at a life sciences company where I lead a global team focused on cloud computing for biomedical research.

Nadia Orosz

Hi all, my name is Nadia Orosz (McCartney) and my husband and I have been members of St. Timothy’s for about one year now. I have two kids, Sheila (2) and Caleb (1) who are my world and a big part of the reason why we decided to commit to exploring our spirituality further. My husband and I had been mostly raised in the Catholic church prior to discovering St. Tim’s but never truly felt at home until we attended our first service here. What we found was a welcoming environment of open minded and socially conscious people who care about one another. Our son Caleb was baptized here as well in a beautiful ceremony, and we could not ask for a more inviting and supportive environment for our young family. I welcome the opportunity to grow into and serve our church community.

Chrissy Ulrey (Co-Senior Warden)

My husband, Bob, and I have been attending St. Tim’s since 2006 and our children, Rachel (18) and Karinne (15), have grown up here. I am proud to call St. Tim’s my church home. I love our little church!

I was raised Catholic. However, as an adult, I found the Episcopal Church to be more in line with my core beliefs and I was received into the church in 2014. Over the years, I’ve served St. Tim’s in various capacities, including our hospitality, greeter, and Christian Formation/youth ministries. Most recently, I’ve served as a vestry member over the past three years, serving as Junior Warden two of those years. I am hoping to serve one more year to aid in the transition from our wonderful ministry with our interim priest, Rev. Nick, to our new priest-in-charge.

I bring with me a great love for this church and its community, a passion for faithful and principled decision-making, and an earnest quest for a continual open mind.