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Website

Our new St. Timothy Parish website was launched in December 2012.  Be sure to bookmark www.saint-timothy.org and visit often for news, events, and information about our parish, school programs, and the Catholic Church.  The site can be easily accessed from computers, smartphones and tablets. Features include drop down menus, event listings, announcements, contact forms, maps, […]

Parish Hymn

Listen to audio:   Stir Into Flame Original composition by Katie Barton, Director of Music Ministry, St. Timothy Parish Sung by St. Timothy Parish Adult & Children’s Choirs All rights reserved. Copyright 2010

Live Nativity

Dec 13, 2014 – Dec 23, 2014 7 - 9pm

Come see re-enactors, live animals, and carolers at the annual live nativity.

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Bulletin

The weekly parish bulletin is filled with news, announcements, reminders, events, Mass and prayer intentions, and ads from our business sponsors. Archive of current and past 4 weeks For earlier editions, please contact the parish office. Signup to receive the weekly bulletin by email. Copies are also available in the gathering space. The deadline for submitting […]

Guidebook

The St. Timothy Parish Guidebook & Directory booklet is published annually in the summer and is mailed to all registered households. The directory section lists our registered parish families. This section is not included in the online version. To update your family’s directory information, contact the parish office by e-mail or call 859.384.1100. The guidebook […]

Parish Newsletter

Saint Timothy was a close companion of Saint Paul.  Because our parish grew out of St. Paul Parish in Florence, our parish newsletter was named “The Companion” to reflect that relationship.  It strives to be a companion in our journey, offering articles about our parish, our people and our faith to educate, inform and inspire.  It […]

Adoration FAQs

What do I need to do when I arrive for my hour or visit? Please try to show up on time for your scheduled hour; every minute you are late is a minute that the adorer you are replacing needs to stay. Once you arrive, please sign-in by placing a check mark next to your […]

Welcome & Registration

St. Timothy Parish welcomes all who come here.  We invite you to become a member of our parish family and take part in our ministries, programs, events, and worship.  We strive to connect members to parish life and encourage all members to become involved in parish activities outside of Mass. Welcome sessions are held several […]

RCIA

The Rite of Christian Initiation is the process of joining fully the Catholic Church. The program reaches out to three types of people: Those who are not baptized Those who are baptized into a Christian tradition other than Roman Catholic Those Catholics who were baptized as infants but have not celebrated either confirmation or First […]

Adoration

It is most important that the Risen Christ is never left alone during Adoration. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Come spend some time with the Lord in private prayer on Tuesdays when our Blessed Lord is exposed in the monstrance on the altar. Religious books, devotional items, and rosaries are available to borrow. Adorers are […]

Intentions

Mass Intentions The publication and designation of a certain Mass as one that is being offered for a particular person reminds everyone in the parish to pray for the person and is often the occasion for the family to gather at the designated Mass. Requests may be made in memory of a departed person, healing […]

Christ Renews His Parish

The Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) program centers around a renewal weekend which is a time to relax, pray, and rethink priorities. It’s also a time to get to know others in the parish and an opportunity to examine, rediscover, and intensify your relationship with God. It’s a weekend of reflection and a sharing of […]

Meals for Parishioners

This ministry provides parishioners with volunteer opportunities of providing meals for other St. Timothy families on occasions when they are unable to do so themselves. Such occasions may include an illness, accident, recovery from surgery or being a homebound elderly. A volunteer commitment usually consists of providing one meal every two or three months but […]