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OUR HISTORY

St. Timothy on the Northshore United Methodist Church was chartered on September 21, 1975, and has grown from the original 101 charter members to 3,900 today. On Easter Sunday, April 15, 1979, St. Timothy moved from its first home, a warehouse on Industry Lane, to its present location. At that time the building consisted of what is now our choir room and the staff offices. As our church grew we added the Education Building; the current Sanctuary; the Family Life Center (FLC) which includes a large multi-purpose gymnasium, a commercial kitchen and additional classrooms; and, a Memorial Garden. On May 24, 2006, the Charge Conferences of St. Timothy UMC and the United Methodist Church of the Servant approved a plan of merger for the two congregations. The name of the new congregation is St. Timothy on the Northshore UMC. St. Timothy United Methodist Church continues to grow and meet the spiritual needs of a growing community today. In 2008, we expanded our facilities to include a new youth worship center, known as "The Highway", and additional classroom space. A new parking lot was also constructed.