St. Stephen’s is a welcoming and affirming parish which openly accepts all of God’s children to worship with us and become part of our faith family.

Through visiting our virtual St. Stephen’s, we hope you will discover the work of the Holy Spirit in our parish and in our lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

What times are the services?
We currently hold one Sunday service at 10:00 a.m.  We also hold services on special occasions, such as Ash Wednesday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Christmas Eve.

Do you have Sunday School?  What are the classes?
St. Stephen’s offers adult christian education every Sunday morning from 9:00 – 9:45 am. This group discusses the Bible readings for the day and how they effect our daily lives. Interested in children’s Sunday School. Bring your kids to church and we can get a class started. The Diocese has an Education for Ministry class, which is a program of theological study covering topics related to the Old Testament, the New Testament, church history and theology. Check with us on location and meeting times.

I used to sing in the choir/play an instrument in the church music program, but I’m not a trained musician or professional singer. Could I participate in the music program here?
We’re always looking for people to make a joyful noise unto the Lord. Stan Paschal is our Music Director and he loves to speak with people interested in our music program.

How do I get involved at St. Stephen’s?
We have many opportunities to be involved in the parish life of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church – whether it be in one of our liturgical ministries, outreach programs, women’s or men’s groups, Christian Education, healing ministry, or hospitality, we have a place for you.  E-mail us to get involved and tell us where your interests lie!

How can I find more information about … anything at St. Stephen’s
Easy!  Simply give us a call – the number is on the Contact page – or e-mail us.