About St Stephen Anglican Church
Clergy and Staff
Our hope is that Saint Stephen Anglican Church is not just a place that you attend once a week, but a place where you can connect with people and be involved in life changing ministry. Faith should touch and inform every part of our lives. Come on in. We've been expecting you.
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St. Stephen Church practices the living historic forms of the liturgies of the Church and the sacraments of Holy Eucharist and Baptism. At the center of our worship is the sacrament of the Body and Blood – the Holy Eucharist – in which we believe that grace is imparted by the real presence of Christ.
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We believe and confess Jesus Christ to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no one comes to the Father but by Him. Therefore, the Anglican Church in North America identifies certain elements as being essential to being Anglican.
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St. Stephen Church is rooted in the Anglican and Celtic spiritual traditions. We are a parish of the Anglican Church in North America, and profess the Nicene Creed as it nourished the English speaking peoples, the Universal church of Christ throughout the world and “the blessed company of all faithful people”
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Sunday is more than just the first day of the week. In our faith we see how it is the ultimate day of new beginnings. It is the Easter which returns week by week, celebrating Christ's victory over sin and death.
Some people have called St Stephen the 'loaves and fishes' church because we have been blessed to be able to multiply our resources to impact our community.
Children's Faith Formation
Religious education is much more than passing on facts. Religious education is a vital part of our formation as Christians and as Anglicans.
What Do Anglicans Believe About Baptism?
In Baptism, faith is not created, it is confirmed. In baptism, grace is not created, but increased by prayer. This demonstrates that while we, the Church, are to welcome new Christians through baptism, and to treat baptized people as Christians, even to associate regeneration and forgiveness with it, we do so while at the same time leaving the origin or presence of faith and grace in God’s hands.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
Those who approach the sacrament of Penance obtain pardon from God’s mercy for the offense committed against him, and are, at the same time, reconciled with the Church which they have wounded by their sins and which by charity, by example, and by prayer, labors for their salvation.
The Power of Community
Together, we show all of God's graces and God’s love to the world. Not one of us is perfect or complete, but together we become God to those around us.