At Saint Timothy's Catholic Church the sacred rhythm of worship remains the same. 
An Oasis of Traditional Catholic Anglicanism in Charleston, S.C.
The Carolina's Oldest Anglican Catholic Congregation
Kalendar Lent
 The Tuesday Bible Study Continues - The book of 1st Corinthians is a Pauline Epistle (letter from Paul). The Apostle Paul wrote it about 56 A.D. The key personalities of this book are the Apostle Paul, Timothy and also Chloe’s household. Paul’s purpose in writing this letter to the church in Corinth was to address and correct the immorality and divisions that had arisen among them.
Tuesdays during Lent Mass at noon (come on lunch hour- 30min.); 6:30 P.M.- Stations
First Sunday Always Covered Dish Supper
Second Tuesday- Ladies Guild & Vestry
Second Sunday - Healing Mass
Third Tuesday - Men's Night Out
Tuesday Evenings in Lent - 6:30 Stations of the Cross
Join the Anglican Catholic Class that meets on Saturdays at 10:00
Explore our Mass every Tuesday or Saturday at 12:00 or just come on Sunday at 10:00
Holy Week
Tuesday - 12 Noon
Holy Thursday - 6:30 P.M
Good Friday- 12:00 Noon
Holy Saturday- 12:00
Easter Egg Hunt for children 2:00
Easter Sunday- April 20, 2014
Diocesan Synod - May 1st & 2nd Athens
Experienced Veterans Counseling & Welcome Center- Veterans welcoming veterans program
Things to do while visiting Us:
Charleston Spirint Triathion Series - May 18, 2014
Memorial Day weekend Concerts - May 23, 2014
Charleston Men's Chorus - Picallo Spoleto May- 26
Patriot's Point on 4th of July
International American Motors Show & Convention - July 30- Aug. 2
Latin American Festival - Nov. 1st
Check out Charleston links below

Nursery always available
 "Charleston's Only Anglican Catholic Church"  and we use the Book of Common Prayer
Many people come to Saint Timothy's Anglican from different Christian experiences and find a home. They are tired of political battles, unceasing liturgical change, spiritual compromise and wish to worship the Lord in readiness and decency in the Anglican tradition.
Anglican Catholic Priests still face the altar and our congregations still stand to praise, sit for instruction and kneel to pray. Some people call Anglicans "High Church" because we are formal in our worship, we think it helps us  understand a timely faith. Anglican Catholics believe that "High Church" means that we have a high regard for who Jesus Christ is and the faith His Apostles left.
Some people might call us old fashioned and that is fine; that is why many people find a home here where the faith is Catholic and unchanging. We do things deliberate like calling our Priests "Father" as opposed to using their first name, because we have a "high"regard for the office. Sacraments affect our lives and make us one with Christ, therefore we have a "high" regard for them .
Anglican Catholic Bishops, Priests and Deacons still dress in vestments because they share the symbolic as well as the actual sacramental duties of the Church undivided. When one is ordained "he" is called into service in God's One Holy Catholic Church not a denomination or a separate Catholic Church.
We use The Book of Common Prayer and sing traditional hymns of praise of the treasured Anglican tradition and come here to worship and not to be entertained.  With that said, we certainly do enjoy the wonderful addition of a great music program. After service we go out into the world refreshed and renewed, we also love the fellowship of our congregation in Charleston with extra activities through the church year. 

Charleston is a beautiful City, called the Holy City because of so many Churches. We hope in your new adventure in locating here to work at Boeing, Southwest and Daimler, Google or any of our recent new industries, consider visiting the  Saint Timothy's Church family.
The Very Rev Frederick Bentley OHI 

Service & Activities

  • Holy Eucharist (Mass) Sundays 10:00 A.M.
  • Weekdays (Mass)- Tuesday 12:00, Saturday - 12:00 Noon
  • Masses Holy Days As Announced
  • The Sacrament of Body & Blood is only dispensed in true Catholic form by an Ordained member of the clergy (Bishop, Priest or Deacon)
  • Baptisms conducted with-in setting of Holy Eucharist 
  • Marriages are conducted in the classical language of the Book of Common Prayer
  • Child Care / Bible Study 
  • Saint Hilda's Guild 2nd Tuesday of Month 12:00 Noon
  • Vestry Meeting 2nd Sunday of Month 
  • Healing Service 2nd Sunday of Month during Mass
  • Confession & Christian Counseling by appointment
  • Hospital Visitation by Deacon or Priest
  • Full Lenten Season Program
  • Properly taught Catechism Classes
  • Yearly Confirmation by Bishop
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Saint Patrick's Day Gathering
  • Our Lady of Walsingham Festival
  • Epiphany & Easter House Blessings
  • Yearly Oyster Roast
  • Yard Sale
  • Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
  • Men's Night Out
  • Telephone Us at: Office 843-763-8873

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  • Charleston Area Interests


Saint Timothy's Anglican is located at 1900 Old Parsonage Road in the West Ashley section of Charleston. We are near the heart of the Holy City, just several exits on interstate 526  from the new Boeing Plant and airport. We have a "High" regard for jobs and an economy that puts food on our table. We believe and teach that a good work ethic is an essential part of a committed Christian life. We have a "high" regard for the value of a good education and vocational service, after all Jesus was a carpenter.

Detail of Annunciation window at Saint Timothy's