Camerata Musica at the 2017 Cookie Walk

We went live on Facebook with Camerata Musica’s performance. Did you see it? (Or were you there?) Unfortunately the video is too big to upload here (it’s 49 minutes long; the performance was about an hour, but we went live too late), so you’ll have to watch it on Facebook.

A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols for Christmas

Pierre Nativity

Sunday, 17 December 2017 6:00 PM

Nativity, by Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre (1714–89). From Wikimedia.

The Choir of Men and Boys inaugurates the Holiday Season with a traditional Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols for Christmas, a charity event in aid of the Christ Child Society of Baltimore. Through scripture readings and beloved carols . . . → Read More: A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols for Christmas

Cookie Walk 2017 was a huge $9,000-plus success!

cookies at the 2017 Cookie Walk

In the fall of 1992, St. Stephen’s bought land for our church building. Even though we had not yet broken ground, the late Jack Kohler—a prickly, but remarkably talented character who over the years had graced many Baltimore parishes—suggested we hold a Christmas sale in the house on the property.

getting ready for . . . → Read More: Cookie Walk 2017 was a huge $9,000-plus success!

Christmas decorations at the Cookie Walk

Baskets and Wreaths

Centerpieces and wreaths, available at the Cookie Walk, are the perfect hostess gift for the holidays.

Despite what you may think, St Stephen’s Cookie Walk is not just about cookies—or food, even. You can choose from a wonderful assortment of handmade Christmas wreaths and centerpieces, or just pick up a few bows and a . . . → Read More: Christmas decorations at the Cookie Walk

Jams and Jellies at the Cookie Walk

Cookie Walk Jams and Jellies

There’s more than just cookies to buy at St Stephen’s Cookie Walk. Almost as popular as the cookies are the homemade jams and jellies. Plus, there’s peanut brittle, and spiced pecans, and St Stephen’s famous Wild Rice and Bean Soup. (Not to mention all those wonderful Brit specialities, like Christmas pudding and mince pies.) . . . → Read More: Jams and Jellies at the Cookie Walk

Welsh and British specialities at the Cookie Walk

Welsh and British specialities

The British Goods display has moved to the Lobby to accommodate the larger demand

Any Christmas bake sale will have chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies with sprinkles, and snickerdoodles. But will they have authentic Christmas pudding with hard sauce? St Stephen’s Cookie Walk does! You can choose from three different sizes: 12, 18, or . . . → Read More: Welsh and British specialities at the Cookie Walk

Cookie Walk Silent Auction heating up!

scarves

This year we introduced a “buy it now” option at the Silent Auction, and already several items have been snapped up. There are a few new additions to take their place—these lovely scarves. But if there’s anything that has really caught your fancy, you shouldn’t wait. At the least, put in your bid, and . . . → Read More: Cookie Walk Silent Auction heating up!

Bid on our Silent Auction

cecilia shawl

The knitters have been at it again. There is a splendid selection of hand-knitted items lining the walls of the hallway outside Quimby Hall – and spilling into the vestibule. With so many beautifully crafted items there must be something for that special someone on your Christmas list, or as a special treat for . . . → Read More: Bid on our Silent Auction

Cookie Walk: Help wanted, no experience necessary

cookie table

A brazen appeal from the Eagle

Our volunteer sheets are filling up, but there’s still room for your name. Our Cookie Walk has a faithful following from years past, and we hope to attract many more of our local neighbors to kick off the Christmas season at St Stephen’s.

sooo many cookies …

We . . . → Read More: Cookie Walk: Help wanted, no experience necessary

Tick Tock, Tick Tock … Cookie Walk count down

Cookie Walk Crouds

A Brazen Appeal from the Eagle

The crowds lining either side of the Parish Hall to make their cookie selections

Cookie Walk has a way of sneaking up on us. You see, every seven years or so the first Saturday of December just happens to occur during the first three days of the month, . . . → Read More: Tick Tock, Tick Tock … Cookie Walk count down