We consider it a great privilege to welcome you. Your presence makes us better!
St. Timothy’s welcomes people of all backgrounds, ages, sexuality and gender identities and believe we can only be strengthened by our differences. So whether you stumbled onto us while looking for a yoga class or have been seeking the perfect spiritual home for yourself and your family, we believe you belong here, and we know that you are needed here.
We believe you belong because Jesus prayed that humans might one day become one, so we believe all people belong. We know you are needed because our work is to wipe out suffering and sorrow, and there are parts of that work that you are better at than we are.
So take the next steps at your pace and pleasure. Click a few links. Join us online. Send us an email. Give us a call. Pick an event and show up for a chance to serve or be served. What we want most is for you to know that you are wanted and welcome to come exactly as you are.
“I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has given me strength, that he considered me trustworthy, appointing me to his service. “– 1 Timothy 1:12
See the faces of those who work continually for the growth of our community. Outside of these individuals, there are countless people working to uplift these leaders and the mission of St. Timothy’s. Our team would not be successful wit…Read More »
At St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, all are welcome at the table of the Lord because God loves you, no exceptions. We strive to be an inclusive community of faith where all perspectives and peoples can come to worship as one.
For the past several hundred years, church has been buildings, programs, rules, rites, and rituals. Beautiful and holy things have come from that churc…Read More »
The mission of St. Timothy’s is to grow closer to God and our neighbor through inspiring and empowering each other to follow Christ.
Christ Centered: We are a community called by God to learn and practice the teachings of Jesus Christ and celebrate grace through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Inclusive: We are a parish that welcomes, notices, and…Read More »
St. Paul's was the only Episcopal Church in Greenville. A time came when they either needed to build a bigger church or start a new congregation. After much deliberation there was a consensus that Greeville would benefit from a different expression of the Episcopal Church so in 1978 a group chose to forge a new path in the ministry of Christ and the life of St. Timothy’s began…Read More »