Welcome to Saint Timothy Orthodox Christian Church website. We are a parish strongly committed to the belief that the Holy Orthodox Church is the Church of our Lord Jesus Christ and His Apostles. Our parish is part of the ancient Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch where St. Luke in the Book of Acts tells us the believers were first called “Christians” (Acts 11:26). We are part of the global Eastern Orthodox Church community, as there are over 250 million Eastern Orthodox Christians in the world today and over 1 million in the United States. 

Whether you are “on a journey” or just wanting to visit a local Orthodox parish, you are always welcome at Saint Timothy. We are always honored to have visitors join us for prayer and worship. We invite you to join us for one of our liturgical services – services that have been part of the worshipping tradition of apostolic Christianity since the era of the "early Christian Church."

  • 18

    Oct

    Thursday
    6:00pm Great Vespers
  • 19

    Oct

    Friday
    St John of Krostadt
    7:30 am Orthros
    8:00 am Divine Liturgy
    Fast
  • 20

    Oct

    Saturday
    9:30 am Akathist Prayers to the Theotokos for the Children
    11:00 am Women's Book and Brunch
    6:00pm Great Vespers
  • 21

    Oct

    Sunday
    9:00am Orthros
    10:00am Divine Liturgy
  • 23

    Oct

    Tuesday
    8:00 am Daily Orthros
    5:00 pm LVCK
  • 24

    Oct

    Wednesday
    8:00am Midnight Office
    6:00pm Vespers
    7:30pm Parish Education Night
    Fast
  • 25

    Oct

    Thursday
    For St Demetrios
    5:30pm Festal Orthros
    6:30pm Divine Liturgy
  • 27

    Oct

    Saturday
    9:30am Akathist Prayers to the Theotokos for the Children
    11:00am Men's Book and Morning Brew
    6:00 pm Great Vespers
    7:00 pm Teen Night
  • 28

    Oct

    Sunday
    9:00am Orthros
    10:00am Divine Liturgy
  • 30

    Oct

    Tuesday
    8:00 am Daily Orthros

"It is good to have the intellectual powers that take man to the moon, costing billions of dollars... but it is better to have the spiritual powers that raise man to God, his ultimate destination..."

Saint Paisios the Athonite