Welcome to St. Timothy Catholic Church
St. Timothy Catholic Church is located on the northwest side of Columbus, tucked back in the quiet neighborhood between Riverside Hospital and The Ohio State University Golf Course. We strive to be disciples of the Lord in a welcoming parish.
Maybe you've been faithfully practicing the Catholic faith for you entire life, or you are just beginning to explore what it means to be Catholic.
No matter where you are on your journey in faith, we welcome you.
St. Timothy Church is part of the Diocese of Columbus. The Catholic Church is a colossal family which includes about 1.13 billion people throughout the world. Catholic means "universal" – which means everyone is welcome into the Church. That includes you too, even if you’re not currently a practicing Catholic.
The Church exists to help people develop their relationship with God through the Good News of Jesus Christ. Part of being a Catholic is striving to become better, to become more loving - of ourselves and of one another. Is that a vision you share?
New to St. Timothy, or visiting? Want to become a Catholic or return to the Church?
We welcome you.
Preparing for a wedding, baptism,
or first communion in the near future?
We can help.
As Catholics we are called to continually grow in faith. St. Timothy offers opportunities for faith formation and learning for Catholics at every stage of life - children, teens, and adults.
We invite you to learn and grow with us.
"...And we sent Timothy, our Brother and Servant of God in the Gospel of Christ, to strengthen and comfort you in your faith..." I Thessalonians 3:2
Our aim: to be Disciples of the Lord in a Welcoming Parish
We strive to promote the greater glory of God through a spirit of welcome and willing service to our brothers and sisters. Whether you're a lifetime parishioner or new to our community, we welcome you and invite you to share in our parish life.
➤ DAILY MASS
9:00 am, Monday - Friday
8:30 am, First Saturday of each month
➤ WEEKLY MASSES
5:00 pm, Saturday
8:00 am, Sunday
10:00 am, Sunday
12:00 pm, Sunday
➤ HOLY DAY MASSES
6:00 pm, Vigil
9:00 am, Feast Day
6:00 pm, Feast Day
unless specified otherwise
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