"We are a community of Hope: Respecting and Celebrating the value of all people and Proclaiming the Good News, that through Jesus Christ, God calls us all to share in his Kingdom on earth."
8:30am | Holy Eucharist: Rite One
A traditional service
with no music in the
Holy Spirit Chapel
10:15 am | Children's Sunday School
Children join the service
at the Peace.
10:15 am | Youth Group
Youth (5th - 12th grade)
Youth join the service at the Peace
10:30 am | Holy Eucharist: Rite Two
A contemporary service with music and choir
Coffee,Tea and Thee hospitality after the service
First Wednesday of each month is our serene IONA service at 5:30 pm
followed by a potluck dinner.
The following Wednesday join us at 5:30 pm for a short service followed by a Bible Study.
"The St. Stephen's Story"
go to "WE ARE"!
We are glad you're here!
COME CELEBRATE AND WORSHIP WITH US.
St. Stephen's, located in northeast Wichita, is committed to membership growth and program development for spiritual nurture, renewal, and outreach to those in need.
As a church community entering a new era of ministry, we celebrate our Episcopal Church identity and rich, distinguished history of our past work and service in Wichita. At the same time, we feel that God is calling us into a New Life in Christ and that we have been blessed with numerous resources to be used in service to God's Mission.
The gift for which we are most thankful is our friendship, our caring and joy in being together as the people of God.
It is, for us, "the gift that keeps on giving".
WE ARE EXCITED TO SPONSOR
The Rt. Rev. Steven Charleston,
retired Bishop of Alaska, Elder of the Choctaw Nation
Speaking Engagement as he speaks about his book
"Four Vision Quests of Jesus"
Saturday, September 30th
at our Church $15.00 per person will reserve your space (limited tickets available). A light lunch is included at noon.
Bishop Charleston will speak at 1:00 pm
followed by a book signing, books will be available for purchase.
(“Four Vision Quests of Jesus” , “Sanctuary of the Spirit”
and “Hope as Old as Fire”)
Tickets ($15.00 ea) maybe purchased by clicking
on the "DONATE" button on the right,
in "Special Instructions to the Seller"
comment tickets and mailing instructions.
Steven Charleston is a Native American elder, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation and a bishop in the Episcopal Church. He comes from a family with a long history of service in the Native American community. His great-grandfather and grandfather were both ordained pastors who preached in their native language in rural communities throughout Oklahoma. Following in their footsteps, Steven was ordained at Wakpala, South Dakota on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. He was the national director for Native American ministries in the Episcopal Church, a tenured professor of Systematic Theology at Luther Seminary, the Episcopal Bishop of Alaska, and the President and Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2014 Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, named a building after him to honor his work in inter-faith cooperation.
Bishop Charleston began his writing with only four people as his audience. Today there are over 10,000 people who read his daily meditations on Facebook and thousands more who have discovered him through Red Moor Publications’ flagship book, “HOPE AS OLD AS FIRE”. Along with his daily meditations, thousands more around the world read his books.
For tickets or information contact:
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
7404 E. Killarney Place, Wichita, KS 67206
Reserve your tickets now,
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St. Stephen's Annual Rummage & Bake Sale
Thursday, September 14th
7:00 am - 5:00 am
in the Parish Hall,
front entrance of the church
LOTS of items: children, men and women's, toys, games, dishes, books, shoes, electronics, housewares and MUCH MORE!
Don't miss the delicious
HOME MADE BAKE SALE!