St. Stephen's Episcopal Church

Challenging Minds, Transforming Lives

Who We Are

St. Stephen's walks, without judgment, with those taking different paths to God so that we may be transformed through Jesus Christ as we serve others. Join us Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 10:30!

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What to Expect

What are services like?

We worship with joy and full participation. Below you will find three distinct forms of prayer. Spoken. Each Sunday at 7:45 a.m., we will gather in the Nave for a traditional spoken liturgy of Holy Eucharist from the Book of Common Prayer. This contemplative service will be around 30 minutes, offering stillness and brevity. Episcopal. Each Sunday at 8:30 a.m., we will gather in the Nave for a traditional Episcopal liturgy of Holy Eucharist from the Book of Common Prayer. This service will be distinct in its rich musical offerings, supported by our gifted staff singers. The liturgy will be completed by 9:15 a.m. Global. Each Sunday at 10:30 a.m., we will gather in the Nave for a more innovative and creative liturgy of Holy Eucharist, drawing from many parts of the Anglican world and our own supplemental texts. This service will be supported by our downtown and uptown choirs, along with a full complement of staff singers.


What is the community like?

St. Stephen's is made up of all kinds of people -- young, old, skeptics, activists, healers, straights, singles, gays, folks of varied physicals abilities and ethnic backgrounds who value ambiguity and try to practice the love of God without judging our neighbors.


What if I'm not a Christian?

We welcome all whether they are pursing faith, asking questions, or changing traditions.

Our Services

Sunday: 07:45am, 08:30am, and 10:30am

Our Weekly Service Times
1805 W. Alabama
Houston, TX 77098
713-528-6665

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About Us

Denomination:
Episcopal

Language:
English, American Sign Language

Size: Medium

Music:
Traditional Hymns,Psalms a capella

Vibe:
Casual, Down to Earth, Friendly, Progressive, Gay affirming, Inclusive, Multigenerational

Programs:
Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Youth Group, Choir, Nursery, Adult Education, Daycare, Preschool, School, Disability

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Founded:
1928





Our Services

Sunday 07:45am: Holy Eucharist
Sunday 08:30am: Holy Eucharist (shorter than the 10:30), with one hymn.
Sunday 10:30am: Holy Eucharist with full choir and music throughout.

Church Leader

Lisa Hunt

Lisa Hunt

I am the rector of St. Stephen’s which means that I am the head pastor. I am responsible for overseeing the spiritual life of our community-I preach, teach, provide spiritual counsel, and supervises our ministries and staff. I serve as president of the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Houston Board of Trustees and am a member of the St. Stephen’s Endowment Board. I come to St. Stephen’s from Nashville, Tennessee where I was the rector of St. Ann’s. I also served as an elected member of the Nashville School Board. I am married to Bruce Farrar and together we have two children Max and Rose, who are away at college. Annie, my grown stepdaughter, lives in Baltimore. I love to cook, read and talk politics. I hope to meet you in person.

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