All Are Welcome to Discover, Experience and Share the Love of God Through a Community of Imperfect,
Searching and Seeking Christians.
All are welcome!
In our world today, you will hear a lot about welcome and hospitality. At St. Timothy Lutheran Church, this is more than a catchphrase. “Welcome” is how we understand the Good News of Jesus Christ. Through Baptism, we are all welcomed into God’s family. We are sinners who experience grace. We are the outcast brought close. We are people who understand ourselves as flawed and who experience forgiveness. In short, we are people just like you. If you are looking for a church home – a community of faith – you are welcome here. If you are fed up with organized religion, come on in. If you are looking for a place to be fed or to feed others, St. Timothy might be for you. “Welcome” is how we understand the Gospel. On the wall as you walk in you will see a verse which is very important to us: Romans 15:7 – “Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” We hope that you will come and experience that for yourself.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
A member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), St. Timothy Lutheran Church was formed in 1965 by a group of Hendersonville families who dreamed of establishing the first Lutheran Church on the north side of Nashville. We are a congregation that truly welcomes all people seeking God — and for us, all means all.
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