A New Model of Church in Philadelphia
We're a historic parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania that came back to life in 2017 with a new mission:
12:15 - 12:45
10 am - 4 pm
Our doors are open for meditation, reflection and silent prayer
Bach-Abel Viola da Gamba Competition winner Arnie Tanimoto will present works by two of the most beloved viola da gamba virtuosi of the turn of the 18th century.
Curated by Fred Hersch, St. Stephen’s inaugural season explores the vanguard of jazz piano.
Parish Historian and Curator Suzanne Glover Lindsay reflects on the historical importance of stone mason and sculptor John Struthers
Today we return to Henry Holiday, a progressive English artist of the late nineteenth century who produced important work for St. Stephen’s and Philadelphia.
Father Peter further reflects on the path that led him to St. Stephen’s.
A LOT has happened in a year! Some new facts, more new speculation. . . .
Today we celebrate Cornelia Connelly, a figure from St. Stephen’s history who’s currently on the road to sainthood.
Let’s turn to Eliza Howard Sims Burd who died on April 6 in 1860.
Check out this photo of St. Stephen’s at midday in Lent
Today we return to the prominent architect-engineer William Strickland.
Look what new there is to report about this eminent musician who died on this date.
See St. Stephen's extraordinary tribute to its first church sexton (caretaker and gravedigger).