About St. Timothy's
Founded in 1892 as a Sunday School for the children of Arsenal Hill and third-oldest Episcopal Church in Columbia, the original chapel was destroyed by fire in 1912. The cornerstone for the current Gothic-style church was laid in 1913. The sanctuary contains stained glass windows created by Mayer Studios in Munich, Germany.
Today, St. Timothy's is a diverse, welcoming congregation that strives to model Christ's love in all its actions, both within our church family and to the wider community.
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Clergy and Staff:
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Alice's regular schedule is Sunday – Wednesday, observing Friday as sabbath, while remaining on call for pastoral emergencies.
The Rev. Deacon Margaret Jennings Todd
Margaret’s regular schedule is half-days Wednesdays and Sundays, observing Monday as her sabbath, while remaining available for committee work/consultation.
Organist & Choirmaster
Angie's regular schedule is 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Senior Warden: Diane Carr
Junior Warden: Michael Thigpen
Class of 2021: Art Farlowe, Austin Crisp, Diane Carr
Class of 2022: Janis Leaphart, Michael Thigpen
Class of 2023: Janice Nepita, Malinda Carlisle
Clerk of the Vestry: Katelyn Kenney
Parish Treasurer: Dale Lowder