St. Timothy’s is blessed with a five-acre campus in a residential neighborhood within the Town of Danville, just two miles from the downtown district.
Our church complex includes five structures, a large patio, and a beautiful Meditation Garden:
The Church Building (built in 1976) is used for Sunday and Wednesday worship services, for Wednesday and Thursday Noah’s Ark Preschool Chapel, and on the first Wednesday of each month for a Taizé service (now on hiatus).
The Parish Hall (built in 1958) is adjacent to the church building and is used for parish dinners, coffee hour, festivals and musicals, and other large events. Our Nursery and Godly Play children’s classroom can be found just inside the front parish hall doors. The parish hall is available for rent by our parishioners for receptions or events for a nominal fee. Please see the office for details.
The Education Building (built in 1963) houses our Noah’s Ark Preschool with fenced playground.
Grace House (built in 1996) is a 10,000 square foot, three-story administration building that houses the administrative office, parish library, and conference room on the first floor. Staff offices and a music room make up the second floor. The downstairs floor is for youth activities and meetings of not-for-profit organizations including AA and TOPS. All floors are accessible by elevator.
The Patio courtyard, located between the parish hall, education building, and church, was constructed in 1988. The patio includes a permanent altar and is sometimes used for outdoor services, and for a variety of occasions such as coffee hour and social events during warm weather months.
The Meditation Garden, which includes the Labyrinth and Stations of the Cross, is located on the east side of the property behind Grace House and is open to the community.
Clergy House is a property owned by Saint Timothy’s for use by our Rector. It is situated about one mile from the Parish Campus. The home has two stories, five bedrooms, three baths, and a large yard and pool on a 1/2 acre parcel.