"Touching People with the message of God's Love and Eternal Life through His Son Jesus Christ"

Saint Timothy Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod

5040 Rye Drive  Huber Heights, OH 45424  937-233-2443

Sunday School 9:00 AM *  --  Worship 10:30 AM -- Radio Ministery 

I would like to extend a warm and cordial welcome to all to share the joy of our Christian faith with us. Whether you are looking for a church home or simply desire to visit, you will be made welcome in our midst.

In the age of depersonalization, we believe that every man, woman, or child is an individual in their own right, and in the sight of their fellow men and above all in the sight of God. Also, God has called us to “consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds…and not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching” (Hebrew 10:24-25). 

We believe that in Jesus Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection, God showed His deep and steadfast love to all mankind. Therefore, we gather together in response to what He has done for us.

You will find us a congregation of people with the same problems that confront you. We believe that the answer to life and its complexities can be found in the God who revealed Himself to us in the Holy Scriptures and in the person and work of Jesus Christ.

I invite you to visit us and join us in worship. 

- Rev Dennis Dobbins

“The Crucified King”

The theme for our Sunday morning Adult Bible Study and our Mid-week Lenten services.

 It wasn’t easy to find God’s King at the beginning of His earthly life, but it would be even more difficult, at the end. Who would ever expect God’s King to be betrayed, denied, accused, mocked, and crucified? Who would ever look for the King on the throne of a cross on a hill of disgrace? Who would ever look for God’s glory in a Crucified King? The Son of God goes where

human reason would never expect a king to go – high and lifted up on a cross, bearing away the sin of the world. Yet, He is willing to be a king despised and dishonored, that we might be considered great in God’s kingdom and receive the exalted title of sons and daughters of God. The story of The Crucified King is story of mercy to sinners.

Come and join us on Sunday mornings at 9:15 and
Wednesdays at 12:15 & 7:00 p.m. during Lent.
(See PDF Brochure) 

 * - Sunday School is not held during the month of August

Radio Ministry Broadcast
Each Sunday from 8:00 - 8:30 a.m. our worship service can be heard on the radio on WSWO FM 97.3