St Timothy


Daybrook is a suburb of Arnold, lying on the fringes of the city off the busy road from Nottingham to Mansfield.

St Timothy’s Church Centre is located at the end of a cul-de-sac on Swinburne Way. It was opened in 1993 as the daughter church of St Paul’s, Daybrook and was designed by the architects Cullen, Carter, and Hill.

The church was built to replace the Mission Church, Cecil Hall, which was demolished in 1992.

From its inception, the building was designed to function as a community centre as well as a place of worship. In 2017 it provided space for a range of activities including parent and baby sessions, Neighbourhood Watch meetings, and adult education classes.