St. Timothy's Co-op

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St. Timothy's Co-op is a youth ministry initiative of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, USA. It was set up because small churches could not afford to each hire a full-time youth minister.

Founding[edit]

St. Timothy's Co-op was founded on September 1, 2006 with full support of the Diocese of Pittsburgh including Bishops Robert Duncan and Henry Scriven.

Training[edit]

St. Timothy's Co-op provided youth ministry training for the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh on February 2 and 3, 2007. The training was attended by over 20 youth workers from many churches in the diocese.

Affiliate churches[edit]

As of 2014 St. Timothy's Co-op was contracted with: St. Martin's Monroeville, St. Alban's Murrysville, All Saints Rosedale, St. Thomas Oakmont.

References[edit]

http://www.pgh.anglican.org/news/local/sttimothy092906[dead link]

External links[edit]