A New Model of Church in Philadelphia
We're a historic parish 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
Join us for weekly Lenten Reflection Circles on Monday evenings from March 11 through April 15. All are welcome!
Presented at St. Stephen’s by St. Lawrence University’s Laurentian Singers | The choir of St. Lawrence University visits St. Stephen’s on their annual spring break tour
Curated by Fred Hersch, St. Stephen’s inaugural season explores the vanguard of jazz piano.
On St. Patrick’s Day in 1834, St. Stephen’s lost its first rector, The Rev. James Montgomery.
Check out what we discovered in the walls of our transept and vestibule!
Have you picked up your free copy of Ashes and the Phoenix yet?
Ash Wednesday 2019 marks the end of Father Peter’s second year at St. Stephen’s.
Father Peter discusses how Ash Wednesday takes on special significance this year at St. Stephen’s thanks to the Furness Burial Cloister.
The Furness Burial Cloister prepares for YOU on Ash Wednesday. The nearly finished space is already gorgeous. See more!
Check out Philly Life and Culture’s review of Thursday’s Sullivan Fortner concert!
Sullivan Fortner joins us this Thursday, February 7 as our next Future of Jazz Piano artist.
Today we consider St. Stephen’s rector following the Civil War: The Rev. Dr. William Rudder, who died on this date in 1880.
Today we turn to the great Gilded-Age American designer Louis Comfort Tiffany.