St. Timothy Lutheran Church


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St Timothy Evangelical Lutheran Church

140 South Ott Street
Allentown, PA 18104


*   Handicapped Accessible

The peace of Christ be with you!

God welcomes everyone, and so do we.


COVID Protocols:

The protocols while in St. Timothy’s building are as follows:

- Anyone who is not feeling well or who knows they have been exposed

to COVID is asked to stay home until it has been determined that

they are COVID-free.

-The wearing of face masks is voluntary.

(Masks are available in the narthex, should you need one.)


Sunday School and Adult Forum

These learning opportunities will be available at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday beginning September 11th.

There is something for everyone, so please join us as we seek to learn, ponder faith and life,

and grow in spirit.

Classes for children and youth meet on the lower level of our building. You may enter off of

the parking lot or by the upper level, front door. Younger children through elementary school

age will engage in age-appropriate lessons and activities related to the Sunday lectionary readings.

Junior high and high school level youth will follow a Bible-survey course that invites them to apply

the Scriptures to their daily lives.

St. Timothy’s Adult Forum meets in the lounge on the upper level of our building. All are invited

to take part in the learning and conversation on various themes relating to our faith.

 On the first Sunday of each month, the worship will take place outdoors, in the field
across from the church building. Music will be provided by our praise band, "Glorious Day"

(Should the weather be inclement, we will move the service indoors.)

On all other Sundays, the worship service will be held indoors, in the nave.

Please use the Ott St. entrance, and please follow the COVID protocols noted above.

All are welcome 




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St. Timothy is a partner and one of the host congregations of Family

Promise of Lehigh Valley, a charitable organization which seeks, without

judgment, to help families who are experiencing homelessness.

For more information and/or to offer support, please visit the

Family Promise of Lehigh Valley website,


Family Promise of the Lehigh Valley supports children experiencing

homelessness and their families. Since their inception in 11/2018 they have

served 31 families. In September they enrolled their first prevention

family and have now prevented 9 additional families from being homeless.





St. Timothy: Ministry of the Month – 2022


This year, St. Timothy Church has initiated a “Ministry of the Month” effort in which a specific social

ministry or justice effort is named as a focal point for each month. Check out the websites of these life-

imbuing organizations.

 Lutheran Disaster Response                                               
To learn more, go to


NAACP ALLENTOWN—UNIT 2247                                        

Contact info:        P.O. Box  9418;  ALLENTOWN, PA, 18105  --  (610) 797-1107             

Web Site-  OR email to




Miller-Keystone Blood Center                                            Text
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Please also consider becoming a blood donor.

More information can be found at x


Wildlands Conservancy                                                      Wildlands Conservancy Logo  

Wildlands Conservancy main office is at 3701 Orchid Place, Emmaus. 

Learn much more about Wildlands Conservancy by exploring their website    


Wildlands Conservancy                                                   


LAMPa                                                                                    LAMPa Logo

Lutheran Advocacy Ministry in Pennsylvania (LAMPa).
LAMPa serves as a State Public Policy Office of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
LAMPa’s mission statement is, “In response to God’s love in Jesus Christ, we advocate for wise
and just public policies in Pennsylvania that promote the common good.”  Learn more about
LAMPa by going to the LAMPa website.

Bethany Christian Services.                                                         Betahny Christian Services Logo


The mission statement of the organization is: “Bethany demonstrates the love and compassion

of Jesus Christ by protecting children, empowering youth, and strengthening families through

quality social services.”  Learn much more about Bethany Christian Services by going to their website.

Communities in Schools - CIS.                                                         Communities in School Logo


The mission of Communities in Schools is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

CIS works to ensure that every child has these five basics”: a one-on-one relationship with a caring adult, a safe place to learn and grow, a healthy
start and a healthy future, a marketable skill to use upon graduation, and a chance to give back to peers and to community. Learn much more
about CIS of Eastern PA by going to their website,

VAST – Valley against Sex Trafficing.                                             Communities in School Logo


“Through collaboration, education, and advocacy, VAST empowers survivors and encourages the community to take action in the anti-trafficking movement.”
Their vision is to “eliminate human trafficking end sexual exploitation.” Learn much more about Valley Against Sex Trafficking by going to their website.


Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS)..                 LIRS Logo


“For more than 80 years, LIRS has offered welcome and hope to more than half a million refugees. Since 1939, LIRS has transformed lives, with the support of
people like you, to welcome the most vulnerable to the United States — from sea to shining sea. Together we have
supported, equipped and empowered these new Americans, while advocating for policy that protects all of God’s children.






Welcome to St. Timothy's Little Free Library

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What is a Little Free Library?

It's a take a book, return a book gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories.

In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop
by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share. You can too!

We invite you to bring a book you enjoyed to share with neighbors and to borrow a book from
this Little Free Library as often as you like. You don't need a library card and there is no cost.

Now open so take a book, return a book.

Happy reading!