St. Timothy’s Church
St. Timothy’s is the youngest church in the parish. It was built in 1957, serving an area of Caerau that had seen a massive expansion in housing since World War II, following the continuing neglect of the parish church (then St. Mary’s) and the difficulties faced in reaching the ancient church.
One of the most striking things about St. Timothy’s is the large contemporary stain glass window above the altar. The window is painted to represent St. Timothy and other holy men.
There are several services held during the week at St. Timothy’s. Parents with small children are very welcome to the church; there are soft toys and bean bags available at the back of church for your use.
9.15am Sunday – Sung Mass (with Sunday School)
4.00pm Sunday – Messy Church (1st Sunday of the Month during Term Times)
9.30am Thursday – Mass
Struggled to hear the sermon or couldn’t make the Sunday Service? Don’t worry, Fr Jesse’s Sunday Sermons can now be found online at anglocatholicfire.wordpress.com.
St. Timothy’s is regularly used by the local community for a variety of events and is available for hire. For more information please click here.