Our knowledge of God and the deepening of our faith is a life-long process; our spiritual growth is never complete! St. Stephen’s offers a variety of programs to support our members in their ongoing formation. Whether you are looking for a short-term series, ongoing opportunities, Bible studies, special workshops, or something that is a bit different, we have something that will fit your needs!

This page is updated with current offerings, so be sure to check back to see what is new! If you have a question about one of the programs below, or have an idea for a new formation opportunity, please contact our Rector, Adam Yates.

Listening For God

God is already at work in your life, and God is already at work in our community. In our busy and hectic world, though, we are distracted by a thousand different things each and every day, blinding us to God’s movements and deafening us to God’s whispers.

In a new spiritual practice at St. Stephen’s, we will practice reclaiming our attention and focus as we learn to watch and listen for God in our lives and in the world around us. Through a threefold practice of prayer, scripture, and storytelling, we rediscover how to see with the eyes and hear with the ears that God has given us.

This spiritual practice of Listening for God is open to people of all denominations, creeds, and walks of life. Join us on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 6pm for a 45-minute session, and discover what God is doing in your world.

Lenten Formation: Celtic Spirituality

Celtic spirituality can be a superb catalyst for renewing and strengthening our relationship with God. As we explore our inner terrain during these six weeks of re-turning ourselves back to the Holy One, we can use these Celtic aspects as stepping stones for our spiritual growth. Join us at 11:30am on Sundays in the chapel for Celtic Lenten study.