Christmas Schedule for 2016

altar on christmas eve

St Stephen’s Christmastide service schedule has been posted. It’s actually pretty much the same as it has been for the last few years. But you’ll want to mark your calendars for the Choral Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve (10:30 PM on Saturday, December 24th—the service ends around midnight), because it’s always a very . . . → Read More: Christmas Schedule for 2016

Christmas Schedule for 2015

altar on christmas eve

St Stephen’s Christmastide service schedule has been posted. It’s actually pretty much the same as it has been for the last few years. But you’ll want to mark your calendars for the Choral Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve (10:30 PM on Thursday, December 24th—the service ends around midnight), because it’s always a very . . . → Read More: Christmas Schedule for 2015

Christmas Decorations

altar on christmas eve

Fr John Novicki took a panorama view of the chancel on Christmas Eve. Pretty spectacular, don’t you think? If you’d like to see for yourself, most of the decorations should be up through Epiphany. You could join us for a Festival of Lessons & Carols for Epiphany on Sunday, January 4th, 2015, at . . . → Read More: Christmas Decorations

Christmastide Service Schedule

Our schedule of Christmastide services is basically unchanged from last year. Click here for the full schedule.

Christmastide Schedule 2012

Check out the schedule of services for Christmastide. And if you’re planning on attending the Choral Midnight Mass, be sure to arrive early: it’s likely to be crowded.

Deck the Halls …

The annual decoration of the sanctuary will take place on Saturday, December 22nd, beginning at 9:00 AM. Volunteers are needed to help hang roping, arrange greens and flowers, and prepare the church for our Christmas services. If you can help please call the church office at 410-560-6776 or put your name on the sign-up sheet . . . → Read More: Deck the Halls …

Now that’s a crèche

We have a lovely crèche—a Nativity set—at St Stephens. It sits on the left side of the altar, and the Three Kings start at the far right. They slowly journey from the East to Bethlehem (well, strictly speaking, from South to North), arriving at Bethlehem by Epiphany. The pictures here show that progression, picking up . . . → Read More: Now that’s a crèche