worship Services and Times

Due to the Covid-19 quarantine all public activities including worship services are canceled until further notice.

worship times





Misa Alegría (Spanish)



every 1st wed

of the month at 7:30PM

Worship & Sacraments
Our worship, centered on the Eucharistic feast (Holy Communion), deepens our faith and encourages us to faithful action.
English Services | St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church
Misa Alegría


On Sundays, we celebrate the Holy Eucharist in Spanish at 5:30pm.

Misa Alegría, our Spanish-speaking congregation, formed in 2006. The congregation is appropriately named: Misa Alegría means “joyful mass,” and the service is full of life. A time for refreshments and fellowship follows, often until late in the evening.

Taize - a conteplativ service
English Services

On Sundays, we celebrate the Holy Eucharist in English at 8:00am and 10:30am.

The 8:00am service is simple and short (45 minutes). It uses traditional language and does not have music. 


The 10:30am service uses more contemporary language and incorporates a variety of musical styles. It typically lasts 75 to 90 minutes. Godly Play (Sunday school) is available for children ages 3 to 12, while childcare is provided for infants and toddlers.

Misa Algria | St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church
Taizé - a contemplative service


Our Taizé service, which is bilingual (English and Spanish), meets monthly on every first Wednesday at 7:30pm for about 45 minutes. 

In this contemplative service, we gather around the labyrinth in our sanctuary with an icon and candles for a peaceful time of chant, scripture, prayer and silence. Light refreshments follow, to facilitate conversation and fellowship.


Taizé is an ecumenical monastic community in France founded as a place for reconciliation. Taizé songs are short melodic chants that are sung repetitively, creating a meditative, collective prayer. 

Weekdays and Feast Days

We celebrate the Eucharist on major feast days, in addition to our regular Sunday services.

Stained glass window | St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church

Priests at St. Stephen’s perform baptisms, marriages and holy unions, confirmation and reception, funerals, and other sacraments, including prayers for healing, thanksgiving for a child, blessing of a home, commitment to Christian service, discernment, at the time of death, or planning a funeral.