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This week at Saint Stephen's

The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry

Thursday, January 23

  • 7:30pm Choir Rehearsal in the Auditorium.

Saturday, January 25

  • All-day Diocesan Convention. The Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, is the preacher for the main service.

Sunday, January 26

  • 8am Holy Eucharist Rite I, The Rev. Martin Smith presides and preaches.

  • 9:15am Forum: The Rev. Martin Smith presents, Emerging of the Bishops.

  • 10:10am Sharing the Gospel with Loaves and Fishes.

  • 10:30am Holy Eucharist Rite II, The Rev. Martin Smith presides and preaches.

  • 1:45pm Revival with the Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.

  • 5:30pm Misa Alegría (Spanish language liturgy). The Rev. Sam Dessórdi Leite preaches and presides.

Upcoming Forums

January 26, The Rev. Martin Smith presents: The Emerging of The Bishops. For those who identify as Episcopalians there is a special interest in learning how and when the Church chose to organize itself around the office of Bishop, as the guarantor of the church’s cohesion, a collective decision that was being consolidated in the early decades of the second century. We will look into the later epistles and early Christian documents, such as the Didache and the letters of Ignatius of Antioch.

Dinner for late 30s / 40s / 50s - February 8

Come join fellow St. Stephen's folks in their late 30s, 40s, and 50s for a dinner on Saturday, February 8 at 6pm to build community among those of us in our middle years. Partners are welcome. Dinner will be at Falan and Louise Yinug's (1248 D St. NE). Please RSVP to Falan or 202-400-4926.

Dusk 2 Dawn Go Witness Build

Join Dusk to Dawn on January 25 and 25 from 5pm Saturday to 9am Sunday. The Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys (1801 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC 20020) Youth and adult chaperones will sleep at the Bishop Walker School facilities. Cost: $25 (Price includes t-shirt, meals & snacks, lodging & event) as part of the cost, we are asking you to bring a non-perishable food item(s) for the Capital Area Food Bank. “Most wanted” items include: canned food items, peanut butter, bottled juices, grains and cereals, and healthy snacks.(Money should not be an option for not attending, financial assistance available)


Saturday, January 25, 2020

5:30pm Check-In

6pm Dinner

7pm Welcome & Programming

11pm Eucharist

12pm Lights Out

Sunday, January 26, 2020

7am Wake Up

7:30am Breakfast

8am Morning Prayer

8:3 am Pick-up

Note: You may register up to 6 youth participants and up to 2 adult chaperones. If you are registering 5 or less youth participants, there needs to be at least one adult chaperone.

Briya's Public Charter School Offers English Courses

Briya’s winter semester has just begun, and we have space available in many of our free English classes for DC parents! At Briya, immigrant parents learn English, from beginner to advanced levels, as well as develop practical technology and parenting skills. We accept parents who are DC residents and have children ages 0-14. You can refer prospective students by emailing, calling 202-232-7777, or having them come to a walk-in registration on the following days:

  • Tuesdays at our Petworth campus (3912 Georgia Ave. NW)

  • Wednesdays at our Adams Morgan campus (1707 Kalorama Road NW)

  • Thursdays at our Fort Totten campus (100 Gallatin St. NE)

We'd also be glad to schedule an on-site registration at your organization. Don't hesitate to reach out to us at or 202-232-7777!


The Entertainment and Sports Arena, 1100 Oak Street SE, Washington, DC 20032

The Schedule for the day is as follows:

12:30 pm Doors open. Seating available on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-registration for tickets is required. ** All participants will be screened as they enter the Arena.

Prohibited Items (including, but not limited to):

  • All food and beverages,

  • Weapons of any kind (guns, knives, chains, spikes, projectiles, tasers, pepper spray, ammunition, etc.)

  • Balloons, Frisbees, Inflatable Toys, Confetti Streamers

  • Cans, bottles, or coolers

  • Food and beverages

  • Illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, and flammable lighters of any kind

  • Laser pointers

  • Luggage, roller bags or bags larger than 13” long, 9.5” tall, and 6” wide;

  • All backpacks are prohibited.

  • Monopods, tripods or selfie sticks

  • Noisemakers such as can operated air horns, sirens, whistles, drums, etc.

  • Animals (other than service animals)

  • Sticks or poles of any kind

  • Wrapped gifts

  • Professional Video and audio recording devices, Go Pros

  • Fireworks of any kind

  • Adhesive stickers of any kind

  • Umbrellas larger than 14 inches closed.

Saving seats for others is prohibited. Please note there will be no coat racks or coat check available. At 1:4

5 pm All guests are to be seated. At 2:00 pm More Jesus, More Love Revival begins

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