Church mowing opportunity

St Stephen’s brand spanking new Model 140 John Deere tractor/mower needs some friends to help it keep the lawn pretty. The machine has been tested and found to be easy to run. The current operator now needs 2 or 3 helpers so that each team member need only mow once a month (more often . . . → Read More: Church mowing opportunity

Join us for the Fall Picnic on Sunday, September 3rd

St Stephen’s oldest tradition—the Annual Fall Picnic—will again take place at the home of Ellen Reather on Dulaney Valley Road in Glen Arm, on Sunday, September 3rd at 1:00 PM.

If great food and good company in a bucolic country setting appeal to you, please plan to join us. For those who tried walking on . . . → Read More: Join us for the Fall Picnic on Sunday, September 3rd

Our Hymn Raffle raised an amazing one thousand dollars

St. Stephen’s Transfiguration Sunday Hymn Raffle on August 6th raised a breathtaking $1,066 for the Choir’s adopted charity: The Christ Child Society of Baltimore. The fundraising effort was all the more remarkable because only some 20 diehards attended the event—a reflection of summer vacation season.

Despite the relatively small numbers—far fewer attendees than we . . . → Read More: Our Hymn Raffle raised an amazing one thousand dollars

Why not join us to sit back, relax and have a ball (of wool)?

Are the cares of the world weighing on your shoulders? Do you lay awake all night worrying about the kids, the grandkids, the outcome of the election? Are you swallowing antacid pills by the handfull? Or do you not give a hoot what the neighbors think and you don’t have a worry in the world? . . . → Read More: Why not join us to sit back, relax and have a ball (of wool)?

Wonderful Afternoon Tea in June!

Frs Hawtin and Ludwig at Tea

Annie Hawkins served up yet another wonderful Afternoon Tea last week. We have a gallery of pictures (courtesy Carolyn Kerouac) which might entice you to sign up for the next tea.

Frs Hawtin and Ludwig at Tea

There’s nothing silly about our Silly Summer Suppers

Silly Summer Supper

The moment you have all been waiting has arrived. At 6:30 PM, each Wednesday, starting July 12th, the chefs of St. Stephen’s will be serving the 2017 series of “Silly Summer Suppers”.

It’s hard to think of a less appropriate name than “Silly Summer Suppers” for these remarkable gastronomic events. The food is absolutely . . . → Read More: There’s nothing silly about our Silly Summer Suppers

A little bit of Britain in the heart of Timonium

The John F. Nicoll Pipe Band performs during the opening ceremonies of St Stephen's British Garden Party and Fête.

There were sunny smiles—if not sunny skies—at this year’s Garden Party and Fête. Again St Stephen’s provided a bit of Britain to the neighborhood with authentic food, pub offerings, a maypole, and a festive lawn party atmosphere as only the British can provide. Gross receipts totaled over $7,000.

The John F. Nicoll Pipe . . . → Read More: A little bit of Britain in the heart of Timonium

Jumble at the Garden Party

White Elephant booth

One of the highlights of St Stephen’s annual Garden Party and Fête is the Portobello Road White Elephant Booth. This booth features some of the most elegant jumble in the state of Maryland. Glassware, china, kitchen appliances, knick-knacks, bric-a-brac, curios, you name it. The objects range from the mundane to the eccentric. And everything is . . . → Read More: Jumble at the Garden Party

Afternoon Tea at the Garden Party

Garden Party panorama

You don’t have to travel to England to have a genuine Afternoon Tea. You can find one right here in the Baltimore suburbs—at St Stephen’s annual Garden Party and Fête, 6 May 2017, from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Tea is served in Quimby Hall (the Parish Hall), with continuous service for the duration . . . → Read More: Afternoon Tea at the Garden Party

Punch and Judy at the Garden Party

Punch and Judy at 2014 Garden Party

Have you ever seen a Punch & Judy show? We mean, a real Punch & Judy show? If you haven’t, now’s your chance. And if you’ve seen Professor Horn’s Punch & Judy Show at previous Garden Parties, you’ll know how riotously funny it is. There are jokes for all ages, and all the slapstick you’d . . . → Read More: Punch and Judy at the Garden Party