• Ancient Faith, Sustaining Love, Future Hope
  • Giving out hot chocolate downtown
  • Our Red Doors Welcome you!
  • Christmas in July Community Outreach
  • The Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God.
  • Sunday worship following ancient traditions

Who we are 


We are followers of the Risen Lord Jesus Christ, who by death destroyed death and brought life and hope to the world.

We strive to make his power known in our own lives and bring his message of salvation to our community.

 

Why St. Stephen's?

We combine a love for the Bible with reverent worship

We believe God loves his creation - and works through it in water, bread, wine, fire, ash, and palms

We believe in the Triune God, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit , and his holy Church

We believe in the Sacraments

We believe in Eternal Life

We believe in Forgiveness of Sins

We believe in the Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ

Who are we?

We have been in Sherman since 1873, and our current building in downtown Sherman was built in 1909

We are Episcopalians, meaning Christians who were part of the Church of England before the American Revolution. After the war we started calling ourselves the Episcopal Church, because we believe in a Church governed by Bishops. Today we’re also part of a worldwide communion of Churches connected to the Church of England called the Anglican Communion.

We are deeply involved in our community and invite you to join us as we follow Jesus to proclaim his Gospel over sin and death to Sherman, Grayson County, and the world

Ancient Faith

Sustaining Love

Future Hope

Sundays @ 9:30am

Click Here to Listen to Sermons Online

What we're doing 

In Person Worship

Call the office at (903) 892-6610  to reserve a seat for limited in person worship during this time.

Masks required! More information can be found by clicking on the image above!


Sunday Worship Livestream


Community Prayer Service


Guided Devotions


Mite Box Drive

Annual collection to support the local Grayson County Crisis Center that helps victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Normally we collect during Lent, but as we're unable to meet in person during this time - please continue to fll the Mite Box and we'll take the donation to the Crisis Center after we are able to reopen our doors!


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Contact Us

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • *Closed due to Covid19

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    Monday - Friday
    9 am - 2 pm

Sunday

  • Worship (Livestreamed Online)
    – 9:30 AM

Wednesday

  • Noon Chapel Service (Live streamed)
    – 12:00 AM
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