Father Thomas McGee
Thomas McGee was born in Denton, Texas, the son of a Methodist minister. He is married to Katherine McGee and they have five children, four sons-in-law and nine grandchildren. He has a bachelor of Arts degree in English from Pan American University, a Master of Divinity from Perkins School of Theology, he studied Anglican Studies at Trinity School for Ministry and post-graduate work in High Education from Texas A&M University—Commerce. He served as a pastor in the United Methodist Church on the Texas-Mexico border and in North Texas. He became an Anglican priest in 2009 and served at Holy Communion Cathedral in Dallas and at Christ the King Anglican in Albuquerque, New Mexico before coming to St. Timothy’s in May of 2019.
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Vocalist, pianist and organist, Barbara Jiménez, returned to her hometown of Jonesboro in 2012, after a successful music career that took her throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and South America. Her performances ranged from the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and the Florida Phillips Center, to the New Orleans House of Blues. A stellar mark in her career, was a performance for the world-renowned tenor, Luciano Pavarotti, which led to vocalist and pianist appearances with Nashville Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Delta Symphony Orchestra, Gainesville Community Band, Gainesville Pops Orchestra, and Forum Sinfonia of Krakow, Poland. Barbara served as Executive Director of Delta Symphony Orchestra, in Jonesboro, from 2016-2019. Through the years, Barbara held positions within the church including Pipe Organist, Pianist, Cantor, Music Director, Assoc. Music Director, Choir Director, Hand Bell/Chime Director, and Praise Team member.
Jiménez continues her musical endeavors and lends her talents as an avid community supporter
Director of Finance and Administration
John Gregory is a Vietnam War veteran and a retired Lt. Colonel in the US Air Force. John is responsible for all administration for St. Timothy's finances, scheduling, mailings, and duties requested by our priest.