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 a tour of the St. Stephen’s burial cloister, hosted by the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia.
Presented at St. Stephen’s by Kleine Kammermusik | Features the two great High Baroque masters: Bach and Zelenka.
Presented by Les Canards Chantants | Join us for another incredible evening of renaissance polyphony by Les Canards Chantants.
Curated by Fred Hersch, St. Stephen’s inaugural season explores the vanguard of jazz piano.
Today, the day he died in 1939, we consider The Rev. Dr. Samuel D. McConnell, St. Stephen’s fourth rector from 1882 to 1896.
Today we honor the “father of neurology,” writer-physician Silas Weir Mitchell, on the date of his death in 1914.
St. Stephen’s will be closed on Thursday, Dec. 27 and Tuesday, Jan. 1.
Today we honor physician-turned-reverend Dr. William Ducachet, Rector of St. Stephen’s from 1834-1865.
Today marks the death of notable sculptor Carl Steinhauser.
Check out this new finding from the St. Stephen’s archives!!
Check out Margaret Darby’s review of the latest concert in the Future of Jazz Piano series.
Our year-long restoration of the Furness Burial Cloister almost complete. Check out images and history of the project!
Starting October 2018, St. Stephen’s is adopting a new worship and reflection schedule.
We were delighted to have Philly Life & Culture cover the inaugural concert in The Future of Jazz Piano. Read the review HERE.