At St Timothy’s Anglican Church, located at 404 College St, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, our 60-plus members gather each Sunday. Our congregation is made up of a diverse mixture of urban, rural and military families. We are members of the Anglican Church of North America, under the authority of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Ronald Jackson The Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes. We are committed to serving Christ as He is revealed in Holy Scripture. We are dedicated to living the Gospel, following the historic order and traditions of the Church as we received them through the Anglican Communion.
St. Timothy’s has a Rector and strong vestry who are all committed to growing our church, that we might secure a more functional building in order to provide more services to the community and our families. We have a Christian education program for children. While we have a dedicated Director of Music with over 50 years of church music history and two guitarist with over 35 years’ experience and over 15 years of church music history.
Our congregation participates in the scriptural readings each Sunday. We rotate greeters who welcome visitors and encourage them to participate, as well. One of our dedicated church members has provided a food pantry in order to help needy members of our community. Our church participates one evening a month in the local community outreach program called Warm Blessings. Our Priest ministers to the sick and provides communion to shut-ins. In addition, our Church nurse visits the hospitals, and calls or visits those at home who are ill.
We sponsor a monthly potluck, Easter activities for the children, and special services for holidays/Holy Days. Two bible study groups are active in the homes of members.
Those visiting our church will find it warm and welcoming. They are always invited to stay for coffee hour, potlucks, or other events on our church calendar. We believe our congregation is best identified as “We Are Family.” It is our intention to continue to provide a nurturing atmosphere, with Christ as our Center, so that we can grow and love each other as He so loved us.