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
Curated by Fred Hersch, St. Stephen’s inaugural season explores the vanguard of jazz piano.
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).
Here’s a story about a later rector with very different views and actions from those of the beginning. And who’s responsible for the Tiffany redecoration of 1917 and beyond!
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?