Finding Center--an informal, contemplative service--takes place Saturdays at 5:30pm. We celebrate the Holy Eucharist on Sundays in English at 8:00am and 10:30am and in Spanish at 5:15pm. At 12:10pm on Wednesdays we celebrate a short, informal Holy Eucharist.
A dozen non-profit organizations have offices at St. Stephen's, and St. Stephen's provides space for events that benefit our community.
St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church – a bilingual and multicultural parish in one of Washington D.C.’s most diverse and fast-changing neighborhoods – seeks a full-time senior priest to provide clergy leadership to both English- and Spanish-speaking parishioners. Read more about St. Stephen’s Church and the role of the Senior Priest in the parish […]Read More
On September 7, 1975, four women were “irregularly” ordained priests at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church. A year earlier, eleven women were “irregularly” ordained in Philadelphia, and one of the eleven — the Rev. Alison Cheek — made the first public celebration of the Eucharist in an Episcopal church at St. Stephen’s in […]Read More
Recently, Darlene O’Dell wrote about the upcoming 40th anniversary celebration of the “irregular” ordinations at St. Stephen’s, and we thought it worth sharing. At 10am on Saturday, September 12th, we will be talking about the experiences of Lee McGee, Alison Palmer, and Betty Powell when they were ordained at St. Stephen’s Church on September 7, […]Read More