Welcome, and thank you for visiting St Stephen's Church. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available within our church and local community.
You will be very welcome to join us at any of our services or events.
In addition to Sunday and week-day services, the church is open to the public every Monday between 10 am and 3 pm.
Parish Eucharist 10 am on Sundays, alternating between St Stephen's, East Hardwick and St Michael's, Carleton. Our next service, on 3rd December, will be at Carle. Click here for more details.
Compline, a short service for evening prayer, is offered on Thursdays at 5.30 pm.
Special Services including seasonal services, baptisms, confirmation, weddings and funerals
Christmas Tree Festival and Fair
2nd Dec, 2-4 pm at St Stephen's church
Last year's event was a great success with lots of different Christmas Trees and other decorations, stall, refreshments and music. Look forward to seeing you again this year for another fun afternoon as we start the count-down to Christmas.
For more information about all our upcoming services and events please click on the link below.
From November, we'll be sharing our news in blog format. This will make it easier to edit and hopefully will enhance your reading of our updates. To access this, you can either click on the 'News Blog' link on the toolbar at the top of this page or you can click on the 'Read more' link below.
CHRISTMAS SERVICES dates and times can be found on our Services Page
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There are lots of things you may want to know about Christianity, about God and Jesus, how to pray or about our church.
Click below for a list of frequently asked questions and if you have other questions that are not included, please get in touch from our Contacts page.
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'Beware, keep alert; for you do to know when the time will come.'