Celebrating Eucharist

We are glad you are here.  Please join us for the Holy Eucharist, the central act of our Christian worship.  From earliest times Christian men and women have gathered to hear and respond to the Word of God, to offer their prayers for the world for which Christ died, and to break bread and share in the supper of the Lord.

In the Episcopal Church, all baptized Christians are welcome to receive Holy Communion.




Holy EucharistRite I, is offered in the Chapel at 8:00 am on Sundays and is a simple Eucharist, without music or hymns, said by a priest usually with the assistance of one server. Containing all the essential elements of the Eucharist, many worshipers find its simplicity appealing.

Choral Eucharist Rite II -This weekly service is celebrated at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings. It consists of the Holy Eucharist, celebrated with full ceremony; choir, hymns, and a choral Mass setting.

Healing Eucharist – is offered from September to May on Wednesdays at 12:05p.m.

Celebrating Eucharist

Morning Prayer – Also known as Matins, this is the Church’s daily service of prayer for the morning. At S. Stephen’s, it is said most weekdays at 9:00a.m.. It consists of psalms, readings, canticles, and prayers.

Choral Evensong – Evening Prayer sung by priest and choir, with full ceremonial. At S. Stephen’s we offer Solemn Evensong two or three Sundays a year.

Stations of the Cross – a devotion also known as the Way of the Cross is the offering of prayer at a series of stations or stops within a particular space and is associated with our Lord’s passion and death. Every Friday during Lent there is a public service at 6:00 p.m., or it can be done as a private devotion any time the church is open.


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