St. Stephen's, Your Local Parish Church

Welcome

Amidst all the uncertainly of life, the good news of the Christian faith is that God loves you for being the unique, special, individual that you are. None of us have to worry about being perfect in mind, body or spirit before we can respond to God’s invitation to ‘come and see.’
 
St Stephen’s would absolutely love to welcome you, your friends and your family to our church. Services are at 10am on Wednesday (BCP Holy Communion ) and on Sundays at 10am (Holy Communion) with an informal non-communion family service on the first Sunday of each month at 10am (communion on those Sundays being at 9am).
 
Our hope and prayer is that we help your spirit soar, your heart to sing and your soul to find rest by God’s love and grace through his Son Jesus Christ.

Earlier in the year we posted regular online reflections on our YouTube page. Click here to look at these.

Polite Notice: St Stephen’s Church does not have a car park. You are asked not to double park on St Stephen’s Road or park inconsiderately thus obstructing access for residents and emergency vehicles when attending services or events in our church building or church hall.

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Sunday 31st October for All Souls St Stephen's Church, Steeton-with-Eastburn will hold a Remembering in Hope vigil at 4pm for those we have loved and lost. If you’d like the name of your loved one remembered then message the vicar at vicarsteeton@gmail.com by Saturday 30th October latest.
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Sunday 31st October for All Souls St Stephens Church, Steeton-with-Eastburn will hold a Remembering in Hope vigil at 4pm for those we have loved and lost. If you’d like the name of your loved one remembered then message the vicar at vicarsteeton@gmail.com by Saturday 30th October latest.
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RBL poppies available during opening hours at St Stephen’s Steeton with Eastburn @LeedsCofE Wednesday & Sunday 10am- 11.15am ... See MoreSee Less

RBL poppies available during opening hours at St Stephen’s Steeton with Eastburn @LeedsCofE Wednesday & Sunday 10am- 11.15am

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I have longed for your salvation, O Lord.
God of mercy, swift to help us,
as our lips pour forth your praise,
fill our hearts with the peace you give
to those who wait for your salvation
in Jesus Christ our Lord.
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Sunday 31st October for All Souls St Stephen's Church, Steeton-with-Eastburn will hold a Remembering in Hope vigil at 4pm for those we have loved and lost. If you’d like the name of your loved one remembered then message the vicar at vicarsteeton@gmail.com by Saturday 30th October latest.
ALL welcome to attend #featurednews #featuredpost
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Sunday 31st October for All Souls St Stephens Church, Steeton-with-Eastburn will hold a Remembering in Hope vigil at 4pm for those we have loved and lost. If you’d like the name of your loved one remembered then message the vicar at vicarsteeton@gmail.com by Saturday 30th October latest.
ALL welcome to attend #featurednews #featuredpost

For 5 Mondays from 1st Nov between 1-3pm Rev Tracey & I will lead #LivingInLoveAndFaith course at St Mark’s Utley @LeedsCofE . Please message if you’d like to join us on this adventure youtu.be/g7A3wt0jqZM All are welcome #featurednews #featuredpost ... See MoreSee Less

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Sadly we’ve had to put up this notice and cordon off the memorial garden area due to slate fall from the church roof at St Stephen’s.Anecdotal reports are of balls being kicked up there which have dislodged slates and several fell potentially causing serious injury. This happened on Saturday. POLITE reminder- this is serious and expensive damage Please do not throw or kick balls on church grounds or buildings. ... See MoreSee Less

Sadly we’ve had to put up this notice and cordon off the memorial garden area due to slate fall from the church roof at St Stephen’s.Anecdotal reports are of balls being kicked up there which have dislodged slates and several fell potentially causing serious injury. This happened on Saturday. POLITE reminder- this is serious and expensive damage Please do not throw or kick balls on church grounds or buildings.Image attachmentImage attachment
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