St. Stephen's Mission is to:
SING OUT for God,
REACH OUT to the World,
CRY OUT among Friends,
FIND OUT about a Life of Faith, and sometimes
BURST OUT Laughing.
All in the name of Jesus Christ.
Worship Services at St Stephen's
All include Holy Communion... and YOU'RE INVITED!
Saturday 4:30 pm Informal Eucharist with music: Come as you are!
Sunday 8:00 am Quiet Eucharist
Sunday 10:00 am Eucharist with hymns, Education K-12, Child Care &
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
5500 North Adams Road
Troy, Michigan 48098
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is located in Troy, a northwest suburb of Detroit and a community in the Detroit Metropolitan area.
Our church is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.
The Episcopal Church of the United States is a participant in the greater world Anglican Community.
Each week during the Spring, Sunday School, Youth Groups, and Adult Faith programs are available to keep you warmed by the spirit of Christ and the fellowship of the community. Check the calendar and the Witness to see what's happening! Wherever you are in your faith journey -- steadfast, seeking or unsure -- we welcome you at St. Stephen's. Please join us this Saturday or Sunday. We've been where you are, and found a home here. Contact Susan our priest or Ken our formation director with any questions you might have.
Mission & Outreach
Children & Youth - Images from our 2015 VBS "Gangway to Galilee"
Join us for a road trip...
To worship with the community at
St. Matthew's and St. Joseph's Church in Detroit
Sunday, September 6th for the 11a.m. Service
Carpoolers will meet at St. Stephens at 10a.m.
(No 10a.m. service at St. Stephen's that day - other services that weekend are at the usual times)
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SEPT. 27-OCT. 4
When Pain is Good:
When it tells you you have to pay attention to it.
When it breaks you open, making you bigger.
When it connects you to the pain of others.
When it forces you to view the world differently.
When it reminds you that you are alive.
When it compels you to be honest.
When it makes you understand that it is inevitable.
When you recognize it as one of the most intense and potentially valuable experiences
in your life.
-Jerusha Hull McCormack, "Grieving: A beginner's guide" (2005, Paraclete)