Calling a Rector

 

 

We are a church grounded in love, grace, mercy, and hope. We are looking for a devoted partner who seeks an opportunity to live and walk alongside us in a community overflowing with the acceptance of all who come to us, filled with beauty, the magic of liturgical seasons, and the work of being “fishers” of those seeking Christ. Are you the one who is willing to take the road less travelled that will make this a reality?  If your Spirit can hear our call, and you have a desire to help us empower our community we want to hear from you!

St. Stephen’s is small but mighty.  We are spiritually and physically connected to our island home. We believe we can bring solace, comfort, and lasting, positive change for those in need. We are dedicated to outreach, passionate about moving our feet just as our Saviour did, inquisitive about the deep meaning of the Gospels and Christ’s words to us, and deeply committed to faith and one another.

As C.S. Lewis said, “I believe in Christianity as I believe the sun has risen: not only because I can see it, but because by it I can see everything else”.

All Are Welcome Here. We are calling you to toil beside us to complete the home God has called us to create.

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

All are welcome! At St Stephen's, we believe Christ is calling us to be a renewed church in a changing world. Empowered by the Spirit of God, we respond to Jesus' call as we deepen our bond with Christ through worship, become a community where all are accepted, and work together as laity and clergy to do God's work in the world. 

Wherever you are in your life with God -- whether a hesitant searcher or a regular churchgoer --  we invite you to worship with us and to think of St. Stephen's as your spiritual home. 

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

We meet in the Main Sanctuary for Eucharist each Sunday at 10:30 a.m., followed by fellowship in Miller Hall. Our office is in the building with All Saints Chapel.

"All the poor, rich, white, black, Hispanics, all, all. Clever, not so clever, beautiful, not so beautiful … tea party, Democrat, Republican. This is radical, man. This is radical....Bin Laden, George Bush, Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, gay, lesbian, so-called straight, all, all …Please tell the children of God, each one of them is precious. … Each one of them is a member of God’s family in which there are no outsiders.” ~ Bishop Desmond Tutu