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Outreach Programs
updated 10/31/23


Our St Timothy family is very active in the Citrus County community and there are many opportunities for us to Live Generously.  




CASA (click )


Nature Coast Ministries Free Dental Clinic (click)


World’s Greatest Baby Shower – welcome bags for all participants as well as the main door prize for each of the two sessions: a dresser filled with baby clothes and supplies.


Citrus County Blessings(click) – packing student bags of food one Thursday a month every month during the school year for needy children to use on the weekend.


Holiday Food Boxes – 40 or more boxes at Thanksgiving and Easter for needy folks.


Christmas Elves for Family Resource Center

Healthy Start Baby Kits (click)– 10 to 12 bags each month for the Healthy Start Program that include new baby necessities such as blankets, booties and baby care supplies.  We have supported the program since 1994 and we are the only church in the county providing this level of assistance to the program.




Life Tree Church Food Pantry – we collect food and take it to them twice a month and help pack the food for families.

Used Eyeglasses – we collect them and take them to agencies for use.


Pastor’s Discretionary Fund that provides assistance with rent, utility bills, gas, and other needs


Lutheran Social Services of Florida


Together in Mission – Evangelical Outreach Projects Through the Florida-Bahamas Synod

The Path

Citrus County Homeless Shelter and resource center, specializing in caring for the addicted, the abused, the homeless, and the poor; preparing them to be stable, productive members of the community. They are located in four adjacent houses in Beverly Hills, where they can provide safe shelter for program participants. Each participant is assessed to determine their needs. The Case Management Program helps them focus on life skills training and work ethic so they can get back on their feet and work towards independence. The supervised work programs are an important part of the process. The Path operates two bargain stores, an offsite wood shop, and a 15-acre vegetable farm. Throughout the program, participants receive Christian-led group counseling, Biblical discipleship, chapel services and bible studies.


To learn more about The Path of Citrus, go to To find their list of local resources available for anyone in need of food, shelter, or other types of assistance, look for NEED HELP on the main menu tabs of their homepage and click on the “resource guide” to download the pdf.


Habitat for Humanity


Disaster Relief


ELCA Fund for Leaders


World Hunger Appeal


Annual God’s Work – Our Hands activity


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