Saint Timothy's Episcopal Church

God Loves You

No Exceptions

The church should be a safe place for all voices, especially those that have been traditionally silenced, not just because it is the respectful and loving thing to do, but because we need each voice. We want to hear every voice, not just because everyone has a right to be heard, but because every voice potentially opens our ears to the ways we are deaf to the needs of others and to a deeper commitment to God’s mission. The mission of the Church is diminished when we remain silent and when we do anything to silence others.


What’s Happening


join our 6-Week Series, "Growing Up With Jesus," Sunday, January 20th from 10:15-11 a.m.

Join us for “Growing Up With Jesus,” a new Spiritual Formation Series for Children and Youth on Sunday Mornings from 10:15-11:00 a.m. This week, preschool and elementary/primary school will gather in the Parish Hall for scripture study, then journey to the sanctuary to learn more about the ways we are welcoming in worship. We will return to the Parish Hall and dismiss the children after the closing. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Middle school and high school will meet in their separate classrooms as we grow together in faith and love for Christ. Thanks to all the parents and other volunteers who are making this new venture possible!

Come and find out what happened to Jesus after the wise men left the manger!


Falling UPward: A Spirituality for the two halves of life

Our discussion of Richard Rohr’s book, Falling Upward : Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life, meets weekly on Mondays in the library at St. Timothy’s from 1-2:30 p.m. On February 4, we will discuss Chapters 8 and 9. You are welcome to join us for large and small group reflections as we companion each other on the journey of faith, reflect on God’s presence in our midst, and share our sacred stories. See Rev. Lisa Bernheisel or email her at if you have any questions.


Introduction to the Beliefs and Practices of the Episcopal Church - 2nd series added

On Wednesdays, February 13, 20, and 27, 7:00—8:30pm, the Rector will offer a second series of an introduction to the beliefs and practices of The Episcopal Church. These sessions are ideal for people new to The Episcopal Church, who are longing to deepen their connection to God and other people. They might also be helpful for longer term members, who want to spend some time reflecting on their faith. We will look at what Episcopalians believe, how we read the Bible, and the role of the sacraments and spiritual practices in the faith journey. We will also look at the history of the Episcopal Church, as well as the history of St. Timothy’s. Please contact the Rector at if you would like to participate.


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Our Impact

In a lonely world, we help imagine an alternative: a neighborhood where every person is connected to God and other people. How do we do this? Sunday through Saturday we proclaim that God loves everyone--no exceptions. And what we proclaim we try to live. We confess that we often don't do what we proclaim and are grateful for God's endless patience.




Supported by St. Timothy's and other area churches, IPM is a faith based, non-profit agency providing food, clothing and other communal support to families in need in eastern Hamilton county and all of Clermont county. St. Timothy’s volunteers serve in a variety of different capacities.

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El Hogar


El Hogar, an Episcopal boys and girls school in Tegucigalpa, Honduras provides a safe, loving home for about 250 boys and girls. In addition to a good education and preparation to work in agriculture, electrical repair, metal work, or woodworking, all skills that are needed in Honduras.  Members of St. Timothy's make numerous trips to El Hogar, including an annual youth trip each June.




The Justice Team seeks to identify and address pervasive injustices in our city, state, and country. This includes supporting the efforts of the AMOS Project and furthering our commitment to follow Jesus into the neighborhood.


Love your neighbor. No exceptions.

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Get Connected


Connecting with God, connecting with each other, and connecting with our community are key to the St. Timothy’s family. There truly is something for everyone, from helping house the temporary homeless, to reading to our children during the sermons on Sunday mornings. Click on one of the links below and get connected! 


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During the week of October 20-28, St. Tim’s volunteers will host families who are experiencing homelessness at Comboni Mission Center as part of our participation in the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN). Please consider volunteering a few hours during the week.


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Come, Worship With Us

Sunday Worship Services

8:00 a.m.  Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:00 a.m. Family Eucharist
11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II

Click here for more information on our worship services.