St Stephens Episcopal Church

Churches in Lynn, MA
Churches in Lynn, MA The Vestry held its leadership retreat on Saturday, March 20 at St. Andrew's, Marblehead. The retreat focused on discipleship and who we're as disciples of Jesus Christ. In its business meeting the Vestry approved funding to reconnect the radiator in the Garth walkway; approved possibility of St. Stephen's hosting Diocesan Convention November 6, 2010; approved clergy housing allowances (as part of total clergy compensation) discussed lay pension implementation; discussed Vestry assignments as fund raising liaisons for the Soul Food Dinner, Big Money Raffle, Stewardship Ministry Team.

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74 South Cmn Street
Lynn, MA
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St Stephens Episcopal Church
read moreChase the Chill is an organization of volunteer makers in Lynn who collect, knit or sew hats, mittens, blankets and scarves to give to those who need warm items, many of whom are homeless. For about five years, they have organized "scarf bombing" events to allow the warm donated items to get into the hands of those who need them. To see a video of past events you can follow this link. This year, they are distributing items through local service organizations. Please join Heather Collis Puro and Father Greg at St. Stephen's virtual "Sit and Knit" on Tuesday, February 2 at 4:00 pm via Zoom.
About Us
read moreSt. Stephen's welcomes all people as beloved children of God. As Christians, we root ourselves in the Bible and grow in faith through community. At St. Stephen's, all are invited to the Table to recieve the bread and wine of Holy Communion. And we enjoy gathering for food and fellowship throughout the week. From our Fair to the Soul Food Dinner to Mardi Gras to Community Cookouts, we work and play together.
read moreWorship is central to who we are and all we do. The challenges of life are too great for us to manage alone and we take them to God in prayer. We worship in the Anglican tradition emphasizing both the Word of God and the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist. We use the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer and liturgies from other parts of the Anglican Communion. We welcome innovations in worship through use of contemporary music, sermon conversations, and active participation of young people. The Kenyan Congregation uses the Anglican Church of Kenyan's order of worship and is known for its lively music and warm hospitality.
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