• 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 believe Jesus provides hope for those who are lost, freedom from guilt or shame, and a promise of new and eternal life

We believe that because God loves his creation and seeks to redeem bodies as well as souls, that it is both a blessing and a vital part of our spiritual lives

We believe all people are created to reflect God himself, and that he is our help in times of need

We believe the Christian life is a slow process with up and downs with grace at each step of the journey

We are part of 2000 years of inherited wisdom and practices that draw us into a closer connection with God our creator

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

Safe worship during the pandemic!

Join us for a physically distanced and masked worship. Seating is limited to keep distance but we have some overflow. You may also continue to join us on our livestream via Facebook!

To help provide for all we have two services avialible now, an 8am and 9:30am.

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


Sunday Worship Livestream


30 Minute Bible Study

Join us online for weekly 30 minute Bible Study on Zoom.

Two options each week!

Sundays at 5pm and Thursday at 6pm

Password: 1234
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/3203889227?pwd=c29zbDhnMnJ3R05iMnZaMTNFempsQT09


Guided Devotions


Community Prayer Service


Outreach to the Crisis Center

Ongoing Outreach during Covid19
At St. Stephen's we believe in being involved in our local community to be as Jesus commanded us, salt and light for the world (). One of our ministries is to the Grayson Crisis Center and we have two ways coming up to live our Christian calling in ministry to them.

Mite Boxes!
As we begin to open up a bit more to in person worship, go ahead and start turning in your Mite Boxes from last Lent. We'll collect these through all of October to donate the funds in November.

Christmas Gift Drive
Starting October 8 and ending November 15th we've been asked to collect gifts for the families (often parents come with their children) at the shelter. During Christmas the shelter provides items for the parent and children to gift to each other, and take donations to help support this cause. What they need:
1- Gift cards for the adults. Such as from Target or Koals
2- Kid stuff for the kids!

Please drop by your donations during office hours M-F 9am to 2pm.


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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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