The people of St. Timothy’s Anglican Church invite you to come apart from the daily pressures of the world to worship God through the use of the Holy Scriptures, the Book of Common Prayer, reverent music, and biblical preaching and teaching.
St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, formerly Providence Chapel, has provided a consistent Christian witness to southern New Jersey since the early 1970s. Our ministry is Christ-centered and designed to meet the needs of all people.
You are welcome to join us and become part of a community that faithfully shares the love of Jesus Christ.
St. Timothy's is a mission church and a member of the *Reformed Episcopal Church.
We consider ourselves an Ancient-Modern Church which recognizes and appreciates the beauty of ancient Christianity and its relevance to the minds and hearts of God's people in our own day. The RE Church has been faithful to the saving gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ since its founding in 1873. The founders' goal was to form an Anglican fellowship faithful to the old paths of the Protestant Episcopal Church and the English Reformers. One hundred and forty years later, the Reformed Episcopal Church continues to be biblical, traditional, liturgical, and evangelical.
*The Reformed Episcopal Church is a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).
Sundays at 8:45 am
New Covenant Presbyterian Church 240 Creek Rd.
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
P.O. Box 1817
Mt. Laurel, NJ
Covid Update: St. Timothy's is
open & worshipping on
Sunday Morning @ 8:45 AM
The Sunday Morning service of Holy Communion is during the service & begins at 8:45 am.
(See above for time and location.)
Listen to a portion
of God's Word:
"Biblical Food for Thought"
Have you sensed it is time for you to seek spiritual renewal and refreshment? If you desire to go deeper with God, let us be part of your journey!
Check Here As To When Our Wednesday Bible Study Begins Again...
Study location & time:
Wiley Christian Retirement Center
99 Main St., Marlton.
6:30 pm - 1st floor Community Room next to the Dining Room.
Rt. Rev. Charles Gillin
Rev. Michael J. Carr - Pastor/Vicar
Mr. Jack Ross - Jr. Warden
Mrs Laurie Grosspeter- Secretary
Mr. John Degenhardt - Treasurer
Mr. Jack Ross
Mrs. Joann Cann
Mrs. Betty Ann Van Istendal
Mr. Jack Ross
Mr. John Degenhardt
"Biblical Food For Thought"
Rev. Michael Carr, Sr.
Keeping Communication Effective In The Family - Eph.4.25-32
Seven Unrealistic Expectations Placed On Children - Eph.6.4
"It is by grace you have been
saved through faith, and this is not of your own doing, it
is the gift of God, not of works, so that no of us can boast. Ephesians 2:8-9