About Us

About Us

Who we are

St Tim’s is a local community church, with people of all ages and backgrounds and is part of the Church of England.

Our passion is to build a growing church, energised by God’s love in a troubled world. Our logo is a harbour lighthouse – God has helped us to find safe harbour, and we hope that we can help others to do the same!

To enable this, we have different adults’young people’s, and children’s ministries growing the life of our church and reaching into the wider community.

What we believe

Generous relationships are very important to us and we find inspiration for this from Jesus’ teaching of the Kingdom, and prayer. Evangelical/Charismatic in its theology, St Tim’s comes from a broad Anglican tradition and attracts people who appreciate a more open, less prescriptive approach.

Our aim is to encourage a radical, personal encounter with God, equipping us for mission in a fast changing world that is in great need of the Gospel.  We endeavour to trust in God to provide the necessities of life to allow us to be free to live generously, working to build and proclaim His Kingdom in a world where there is much suffering.

What to expect

If you are new to Sheffield, new to the area, or simply looking for a church, you’re very welcome to try us out.

Please come and join us at any of our regular services; to get a flavour of the sermons, listen to a recording.

In 2008, we completed an extensive building project to make the building more versatile for the 21st Century; we have transformed the worship area, created a creche within the church, opened up the main entrance, creating a Wi-Fi enabled welcome area and cafe, and created disabled access to most of the church building. The Church Centre now has an office, which is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and a variety of activities take place throughout the week.

Our normal Sunday Worship pattern is two services, at 10.30 am and 6:30 pm. We also have a midweek informal Holy Communion service on Wednesdays at 12 noon.

Our music and liturgy draw on modern as well as traditional streams, and there is an appreciation of quiet moments for personal reflection to complement Biblical teaching.