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Charleston, WV 25314

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St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Charleston, West Virginia, places its complete confidence in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Therefore, its primary concern is to proclaim through word and deed the Love of God as it is given freely to all people. The Christian Life begins when a person is born again into the body of Christ through baptism and a personally committed faith in Jesus Christ. It can be lived successfully only through a complete dependence upon the indwelling Spirit of God. 

We Invite You...
To worship with us. We worship, serve, and sing the praises of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and
hear the preaching of His inerrant Word within the rich Lutheran tradition of sacred music and liturgy.
We Invite You...
To grow with us. We grow in faith and service through Word and Sacraments,
both individually and together as we carry out the work of serving others through the Work of Christ's redeeming love.

We Invite You... 
To share with us. We invite you to share your life, your gifts, your abilities, and
your love with us in mutual support as we reach out to others.





        The Common Confession

(Adopted from the November 2005 faith statement of Lutheran CORE Coalition for Renewal)

CC1)   The Lord Jesus Christ

We are people who believe and confess our faith in the Triune God -- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We trust and believe in Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord.


CC2)   The Gospel of Salvation

We believe and confess that all human beings are sinners, and that sinners are redeemed by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. God alone justifies human beings by faith in Christ a faith that God creates through the message of the Gospel.  As ambassadors for Christ, God uses us to speak his Word and build his kingdom.


CC3)   The Authority of Scripture

We believe and confess that the Bible is God's revealed Word to us, spoken in Law and Gospel. The Bible is the final authority for us in all matters of our faith and life.


CC4)   A Common Confession of Faith

We accept and uphold that the Lutheran Confessions reliably guide us as faithful  interpretations of Scripture, and that we share a unity and fellowship in faith with others among whom the Gospel of Jesus Christ is preached and the sacraments are administered in accordance with the Gospel.


CC5)   The Priesthood of All Believers

We believe and confess that the Holy Spirit makes all who believe in Jesus Christ to be priests for service to others in Jesus' name, and that God desires to make use of the spiritual gifts he has given through the priesthood of all believers.


CC6)   Marriage and Family

We believe and confess that the marriage of male and female is an institution created and blessed by God. From marriage, God forms families to serve as the building blocks of all human civilization and community. We teach and practice that sexual activity belongs exclusively within the biblical boundaries of a faithful marriage between one man and one woman.


CC7)   The Mission and Ministry of the Congregation

We believe and confess that the church is the assembly of believers called and gathered by God around Word and Sacrament, and that the mission and ministry of the church is carried out within the context of individual congregations, which are able to work together locally and globally.



March 28, 2013

St. Timothy Seder Meal


February 3, 2012

Pr. Allison Finds Niche


December 7, 2011

Pr. Mahan Ends Career


November 24, 2011

Annual Gingerbread Houses


April, 2011

Easter Cantata

St Timothy & Oakwood Baptist


May, 2010

The Lutheran Magazine

(Churchwide magazine)


October, 2009

Youth - Hannah's Socks


January 8, 2009:
Praise Band & CD Album

August 2008:

The Lutheran  pg.2
Churchwide magazine)


March 5, 2007:

Coffee House/Praise Band


March 2007:

On Mosaic Television


October 16, 2006:

Spiritual Renewal/Revival
and Churchwide Revival Stories

November 22, 2004:

Dedication of New Church

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