Strings Attached in the St Louis American

“”It’s really important to try and reconnect these kids to a sense of the rich musical traditions that are such an important part of our culture,” (Steve) Housewright told The Beacon. “It’s all about helping them realize the importance of American roots music, everything from blues and ragtime and jazz to country, folk, bluegrass and gospel. That’s where contemporary music comes from, and its connections and traditions need to be communicated.”

Read this great story about Strings Attached in the St Louis American by clicking here

 

the Food Pantry @ St Stephen’s

the Food Pantry @ St Stephen’s

The Food Pantry at St Stephen’s is focused on the food needs of people of the Ferguson area. We are open Tuesday and Saturday 10 – noon and are located at 33 N Clay Ave, Ferguson, MO 63135. The entrance to the Pantry is off the parking lot by the ramp.

We are grateful for the generous response of so many. We continue to receive contributions as we increase the distribution of food. Click on PayPal button on our home page or contact us directly if you would like to donate.

If you have any questions please contact Father Steve episcopalians at gmail.com @314.753.7911.

Saint Stephen’s – a community of worship & prayer

“Worship is a way of seeing the world in the light of God.” Abraham Joshua Heschel

In Anglican Christian Tradition a daily discipline of prayer and contemplation is encouraged for all. At St Stephen’s worship is often traditional, Episcopal liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer with Rites I and II for Holy Communion on Sunday at 8 and 10 am.

There is also weekday Morning Prayer at 8am and a Celtic service on Sunday at 5 as well a 6 pm Healing Eucharist on Wednesday pm.

For more information please call Father Steve 314-753-7911 or email episcopalians@gmail.com

 

 


 

  • Directions
  • the Food Pantry @ St Stephen’s
  • Thank You for Your Support!
  • Ferguson Peace Meal – every 4th Sunday
  • Strings Attached in the St Louis American
  • Saint Stephen’s – a community of worship & prayer
  • Father Steve

St. Stephen’s is located in Ferguson, a friendly community north of St. Louis at 33 N. Clay, Ferguson, MO 63135

St. Stephen’s is easily accessible from two major highways:

From Highway 270: Get off on N. Elizabeth Ave. and head south 2 miles. Turn right on Darst. The church is down the block on the left side of the street.

From Highway 70:  Get off at S. Florissant Rd. and head north 1.8 miles (away from UMSL).  Take a right on Darst. The church is down the block on the right.

 

The Food Pantry at St Stephen’s is focused on the food needs of people of the Ferguson area. We are open Tuesday and Saturday 10 – noon and are located at 33 N Clay Ave, Ferguson, MO 63135. The entrance to the Pantry is off the parking lot by the ramp.

We are grateful for the generous response of so many. We continue to receive contributions as we increase the distribution of food. Click on PayPal button on our home page or contact us directly if you would like to donate.

If you have any questions please contact Father Steve episcopalians at gmail.com @314.753.7911.

Thanks to all who support The Food Pantry @ St. Stephen’s! We continue to see a rising need and with your help are able to respond.

Started in January of 2015, the Peace Meal is a time to gather together, enjoy free food and great conversations on the 4th Sunday of each month.

Dinner is from 4:30 – 6:30.

If you want to help out, come at 4:00.

More info? 314.753.7911

“”It’s really important to try and reconnect these kids to a sense of the rich musical traditions that are such an important part of our culture,” (Steve) Housewright told The Beacon. “It’s all about helping them realize the importance of American roots music, everything from blues and ragtime and jazz to country, folk, bluegrass and gospel. That’s where contemporary music comes from, and its connections and traditions need to be communicated.”

Read this great story about Strings Attached in the St Louis American by clicking here

 

“Worship is a way of seeing the world in the light of God.” Abraham Joshua Heschel

In Anglican Christian Tradition a daily discipline of prayer and contemplation is encouraged for all. At St Stephen’s worship is often traditional, Episcopal liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer with Rites I and II for Holy Communion on Sunday at 8 and 10 am.

There is also weekday Morning Prayer at 8am and a Celtic service on Sunday at 5 as well a 6 pm Healing Eucharist on Wednesday pm.

For more information please call Father Steve 314-753-7911 or email episcopalians@gmail.com

 

 


 

An unlikely priest (ask his high school friends) the Rev. Steve Lawler is Rector of St Stephen’s & co-founder of The Vine. He first started working with the parish in 2001. He is grateful for the many ways people faithfully engage in hospitality in the community.  He likes to make soup. He trained at the Improv Shop in the Central West End.  He is grateful to be a Jesus Follower in Ferguson.

He is also the founding Director of The Walker Leadership Institute at Eden Theological Seminary. Prior to this he was faculty and coordinator in University College at Washington University in St Louis. An organizational psychologist who works with clients on culture and organizational sustainability, he is grateful for the many ways that he is able to work with others for the common good.

He and his partner, Lynda Morrison enjoy walking, travel and time with their 3 children.