We invite you to become a part of our special Community of Faith. Our Lutheran tradition emphasizes living in God’s amazing grace and we are growing, serving, and celebrating that power each and every day! Please fill out our digital connect card by clicking the QR code on the left on your computer or scanning with your phone so we can get to know you better!
We are located at 650 East Main Street in Hendersonville, TN, directly across from the Holiday Inn Express.
From I-65S: Take Long Hollow Pike, Exit 97, and turn left. Go to Conference Drive, and turn right. Take Vietnam Veterans Pkwy, Hwy 386, North. Take Exit 8, Hwy 31N/Saundersville Rd. Turn left onto Saundersville Rd, then right onto Winston Hills, then right onto East Main Street. St. Timothy is about 1/2 mile on the right.
From I65N: Take Vietnam Veterans Hwy/386 North. Take Exit 8, Hwy 31N/Saundersville Rd. Turn left onto Saundersville Rd, then right onto Winston Hills, then right onto East Main Street. St. Timothy is about 1/2 mile on the right.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’re so glad you’re visiting! Please join us before and after service for coffee and treats in the Narthex (lobby).
You can park on the upper level by Main Street, or continue down Stop 30 Road to the lower level with ample parking.
On the upper level, use the main entrance under the walkway. On the lower level, you’ll see double doors leading in. Take the stairs or elevator to the second floor and follow the signs to the sanctuary.
We are very casual, so wear whatever is comfortable for you.
We do have a nursery, and it is open but not staffed at this time. Children are always welcome in the sanctuary (services do include a children’s sermon) or the nursery. There is also an unstaffed cry room adjacent to the sanctuary for all services.
Yes! We have handicapped parking reserved on the upper level by Main Street. There’s also an elevator if you use the lower level. And our worship services provide a hearing loop for the hearing impaired.
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Grades K-3, Grades 4-6, High School and Adult classes meet at 9 am or 9:15 am Sundays. For more information on specific classes, please visit the Learn page (for adult classes) and the Youth page for all classes through high school. Classes are taught by teachers trained in Safe Church and background checked. All classes follow the Sumner County school schedule.
It’s usually about an hour, but can vary depending on attendance and festival days.
We use a traditional liturgy and have a bulletin for you that contains the entire service including hymns, so it’s easy to follow.