Thoughts on our Liturgy

For a “traditional Episcopal” church, St Stephen’s can be a bit unorthodox. Actually, we prefer to think if it as being ultra-orthodox. For example, we don’t always hold fast to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. We actually reach back in time and use the 1662 Prayer Book for Holy Communion.

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The Remarkable Story of St Stephen’s Altar

St Stephen’s is blessed with a truly fine altar, an example of the best of 19th-century woodworking. Read about it’s origins in a shipbuilders’ church in Sparrows Point, and how it came to St Stephen’s through the efforts of one of our founding members, in the latest monograph to be added to our Library.

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