Making Disciples for Christ
in the Classical Anglican Way
St. Stephen's is a parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. We are a community of caring Christians, rooted in the godly traditions of the past, focused on the challenges of the present, hopeful for the future, continuing in the Faith once delivered to the saints.
Our Weekly Worship Schedule Is:
Sunday: Holy Communion at 10 am; Children's Sunday school during the sermon.
Tuesday-Friday: Morning Prayer at 8:30
Tuesday Morning: Seniors' Bible Study at 9:15 (will resume in January)
Tuesday Evening: Bible 101 (an introductory study of the whole Bible) at 6:30
Thursday Noon: Holy Eucharist at 12:15
Thursday Evening: "The Academy" (a Bible study somewhere between Sunday school and seminary), starting with Evening Prayer at 5:30; Dinner at 6:00, and study at 6:30. Our Fall study is entitled "The English Reformation--Catholic & Reformed--And Why That's Still A Good Thing," taught by Dr. Phil Harold, retired associate professor of Church History at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA
We hope you will visit us this Sunday and see if this is where Christ is calling you to be a member of His Church.
“Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith.”