Our Administration

Christina Mathews
Christina graduated from Orangefield High School and attended Lamar University. She began working for St Timothy in 2010 as a teacher. After two years she took the position as the St. Timothy church secretary. In addition to working for St. Timothy, she has worked in the restaurant equipment industry but is thrilled to be back at St. Timothy serving both the preschool and the church. Christina lives in Hurst with her husband Jimmie. They attend church at North Richland Hills Baptist Church where they serve in the preschool and children’s ministry. Christina and Jimmie have five children, three of which are grown. They have one grandchild and another on the way. Their family loves pets. They have a cat, and a frog, 2 crabs, 3 snails, and a fish.

“I love being at St. Timothy! It is like working with family and I love being with all the children and watching them grow and learn!”
Jennifer Brooks
Assistant Director
Jennifer graduated from the University of Northern Colorado. She began at St. Timothy as a substitute in 2013, and transitioned to a teacher in 2014. Her degree is in technical theatre, although her previous career was in training development and instructional design. She lives in Euless with her husband, Damon, and their 2 girls.

“I love building relationships with the kids and watching how much they grow (physically, emotionally, and in their personalities) in such a short period of time.”
Debbie McIntire
Curriculum Coordinator AKA "School Mom"
Debbie graduated from Baylor University. She began at St. Timothy in 2008 as a director and transitioned into the role of Curriculum Coordinator and Music Teacher in 2012. She taught 3rd grade as well as 7th and 8th grade English. She has also taught Pre-K, music and chapel at another area preschool. She lives in Colleyville with her husband, Mark, and their 4 children.

“I love teaching at St. Timothy Preschool! It is my 2nd home! What I love best about teaching preschoolers is their enthusiasm, genuine affection, and unconditional love! Nothing makes my day more than a child calling out ‘Ms. Debbie! Ms. Debbie!’ as they run up to me for a hug! I’ve got the best job in the world!”