"...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

Faith Formation

St. Timothy Church offers ongoing faith formation opportunities for both children and adults. We invite you to grow in faith and fellowship at St. Timothy Church.

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St. Timothy Church offers ongoing faith formation opportunities for both children and adults


Make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.
— Matthew 28:19-20


We are so blessed to have such an active and engaged community of parents, grandparents, and friends supporting our faith formation programs through volunteering. We welcome any person of faith who wishes to lead others to grow in faith and understanding the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This role is a vital ministry to the Church. It is a gift that has tremendous value to the world community at large. Through the catechist’s word and action, the message of Christ continues to have a place in all human affairs.

For the safety and protection of pour parish children, any adult who wishes to volunteer to work with children at St. Timothy Church in any capacity must comply with both the State laws and Diocese policies that govern volunteers.


 In order to comply with Ohio Revised Code 2151.86, all PSR and CGS volunteers must:

  • be fingerprinted AND

  • have a Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) background check.

To arrange for fingerprinting and a BCI background check, please call the school office at 614-451-0739


In order to comply with the United States Conference of Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, and the Best Practices for the Parishes of the Catholic Diocese of Columbus, all volunteers must:

  • attend a session of “Protecting God’s Children”, a course in child abuse prevention AND

  • submit proof of such to the parish office AND

  • read, review, and sign the Diocesan Code of Conduct and Harassment Policy.

Click here to learn more about Protecting God's Children, and click here to view a schedule of upcoming scheduled classes in the Diocese. Upon completion, either submit your certificate of completion to the office, or register with the Diocese as a certified volunteer by following the directions here. Click to view copies of the Code of Conduct and the Harassment Policy, or find copies posted on the bulletin board outside the Religious Education Youth Ministry Office.


Religious Education Calendar of Events