Our Mission is to worship, love and serve Our Lord Jesus Christ, welcoming everyone, deepening our faith, helping our neighbors and caring for creation.

St. Stephen's is a LGBTQ+ welcoming and affirming congregation. 

Due to COVID-19, Worship is occuring at home rather than onsite at our building.  Please join our Facebook Page for morning prayers and other offerings

To learn more about who we are check out our About Us Page.

Praying and Caring for Christen Herman and Peter

Earlier this month, Christen, the dear wife of our priest, Peter, had a medical emergency.  To support Christen and Peter, you may follow their journey on Christen's Caring Bridge Site.

If you want a tangible way to support Christen and Peter, family members have set up a fund for medical costs.  We are committing to pray each morning at 8 a.m, and 8 p.m (or whenever you are able), for Christen's continued healing and for Peter in his love and support of Christen.






Recent Sermons

Sunday Jan. 10: Morning Prayer and Homily by Dr. Tom Johnson and Michele Johnson

Dr. Tom Johnson and Michele lead us through morning prayer, and Dr. Tom Johnson offers the homily.

Sunday Jan. 3: Morning Prayer and Homily by Rev. Diana Peters

The Morning Prayer and Homily are brought to us this morning by the Reverend Diana Peters.

December 27, 2020: Morning Prayer and Homily by Revs. Amy Donohue and Bill Adams

The Reverends Amy Donohue and William Seth Adams lead us through worship on this First Sunday of Christmastide.





We’re glad you found your way to our website. If you’re looking for a church committed to making God’s love tangible in our community - a love that does not discriminate or exclude but embraces and celebrates the inherent goodness of all people, a place where people are nourished by God’s word and where it’s safe to share doubts and grapple with tough questions in an effort to learn and grow in the faith - you’ve reached the right place. We invite you to come and see. We look forward to welcoming you.  ~Peter


St. Stephen's Snippets

September 6, 2020 Outdoor Service and L's Baptism

We gathered together to worship, and to send off the dear B family. Little L was baptized. How joyous to be together and to feel God's Spirit in our midst.

Gratitude Dinner

We had the pleasure of celebating the service agencies in our community with a beautiful dinner.

Coming Up at St. Stephen's:

January 27, 2021 at 8:15 AM
Postponed until COVID19 restrictions are lifted.

Join us for Contemplative Morning
Prayer service on Wednesdays at 8:15 AM in the chapel. These Wednesday morning gatherings will provide an opportunity to pause
from our activity and busyness and reground our hearts in God. I look
forward to seeing you. Come and be changed.
January 31, 2021 at 10:30 AM
Until Covid19 resrictions are lifted, we will not have services at St. Stephens. Check out the St Stephen's of Oak Harbor Facebook Page for streamed services. All are welcome! Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary, with fellowship over coffee and snacks in Miller Hall to follow.

New to St. Stephen's? Check out "What to Expect at Our Services" for more information.
January 31, 2021 at 12:00 PM
The second part of our annual meeting will be held at noon, on Sunday, January 31, 2021, using the Zoom platform. We will approve our 2021 budget, talk a little about the past year, and then put 2020 behind us. I do not think there are many of us who will be sad to see it go!

You will receive all reports for the past year prior to the meeting, so please read through them and if you have any questions or comments, bring them to the meeting.

If you have not used Zoom before, please contact your senior warden, Susan Ho, at susangerho@gmail.com, or 360-682-6091, and we will be sure to give you all the help we can on how to do that. If you do not have computer access, you can phone in, and at least be able to hear and speak at the meeting. We would love to see or hear as many of you as we can, as we are all in this journey together.

Nursery Care, Sunday School, and Adult Education 

When we resume meeting regularly, Nursery Care will again be available for infants under the age of 4.  Head downstairs and turn right down the hallway. The nursery is on the right.

Godly Journey/St. Stephen's Youth Teens and Tweens: St. Stephen's cares about youth!

Contact Crystal Columbo at crysco50@gmail.com for more information or to be added to the contact list.

Godly Play (for children ages 4-10).  Your teachers miss you and are praying for you!

Adult Formation classes will be offered again after we resume in person gathering.

Volunteer Opportunities


Spin Cafe Needs Volunteers!!

Spin Cafe needs individuals willing to make PBJs or other sandwiches in your own home to be picked for sack lunches distributed on Tuesdays.

If interested, contact Anni Campbell at 360-929-2535