Sunday worship 8, 10 & 5

3rd Saturday Ferguson Winter Farmers Market

The Farmers Market is indoors!

From November through April, on the 3rd Saturday the Market moves indoors to St Stephen’s!

Founded in 2002, the award-winning Ferguson Farmers’ Market is now celebrating its 13th delicious season. This Saturday morning tradition brings you fresh fruits and veggies, picked within 24 hours of our market and brought directly to you by the friendly farmers who grow them.

Enjoy a festive family atmosphere, and discover a wide variety of edible delights, including homemade jelly, farm fresh eggs, cheese, honey, spices, and organic meats. You’ll also find an ever-changing array of gift and specialty vendors, selling everything from cut flowers and bedding plants to hand-painted artwork and small-batch soaps.

If it’s homemade, handmade or fresh and tasty, you can buy it at the Ferguson Farmers’ Market!

Come by from 9 – noon!


The Vine

The Vine:  conversation + collaboration + community = change

Launched from St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church with individual and foundation support, The Vine works with others to respond to the needs and opportunities in Ferguson and beyond. Some of The Vine’s work includes Strings Attached, a guitar based education and community music program, collaborations with EarthDance Farms, the Ferguson Youth Initiative (FYI), having a Episcopal Service Corps member from The Deaconess Anne House and the recent launching of Incubate Ferguson in conjunction with the Center for Social Empowerment & Justice.

For more information contact Cornita Robinson or Steve Lawler


Saint Stephen’s – a community of worship & prayer

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

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.


All are welcome to join in these gatherings.

A daily discipline of prayer and contemplation is encouraged for all.

For more information or to talk with someone about your spiritual life contact: Father Steve 314-753-7911 or