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Various Worship Services

St. Stephen holds a tradition of formal, liturgical worship that is unique among Presbyterian churches in the area. Two worship services are held each Sunday from mid-August through the Spring. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated each week at the 8:30 a.m. service.

During the summer, we go to one service with communion at 10:00 am. The summer service starts the Second Sunday of June and continues through the second Sunday of August.

A service of morning prayer is held at 7:00 a.m. in the chapel on Thursday followed by breakfast.  In addition, at various times during the year, we offer services of choral evensong, evening prayer, services of compline, ecumenical services, and services for wholeness.

  • 8:30 a.m. Service
  • The early service, held in the west transept without choir, is liturgically ordered, but offers a quieter, simpler format. Communion by intinction is offered at each service. This service is held in the West Transept of the Sanctuary at 8:30 a.m. A nursery is provided.

  • 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
  • Held in the main sanctuary, the 11 a.m. service has its roots deep within the Reformed tradition and includes a procession with choir, along with hymns, service music, and anthems. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated about 11 times a year and during major Christian festivals. A nursery is provided.

  • Thursday Service of Morning Prayer
  • The Thursday Morning Service of Prayer offers prayer, music, and meditation each Thursday morning at 7:00 am in St. Stephen’s Chapel of the Holy Trinity. Join us afterwards for breakfast and fellowship in our Parish Hall. You can reach the Chapel by entering our Education Building through the covered walkway between our two buildings. It is the first room on the left. 

  • Additional Worship Opportunities
  • Special worship services important to the life of St. Stephen include Advent Lessons and Carols, Christmas Eve services, Ash Wednesday, Holy Week services including Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, Vigil, Easter Lessons and Carols, Independence Sunday, Taizé, Compline, All Saints’ Service of Recognition, Services of Wholeness, and the Kirkin’ O’ the Tartan.


  • Wednesday Night Fellowship
  • St. Stephen Presbyterian Church invites everyone, especially visitors and TCU students, to join us starting September 4, 2019, for food, Bible Study, and other activities on our weekly Wednesday Fellowship Night.

    Activities kick off at 5;00 pm with Children’s Choir and the Choristers, our young people’s music programs. At 6:00 pm dinner is served in our Parish Hall; cost is $5 per person or $15 per family. At 6:30 you can join Director of Music Ministries Jordan Smith for Chancel Choir rehearsal or Rev. Dr. Fritz Ritsch for adult Bible Study.

    Wednesday Evening Bible Study this year focuses on the Book of Exodus, the formative book for both Judaism and Christianity, and its connection to the ministry of Jesus. We’re pairing this with Sunday morning Bible Study, which will be focused on Genesis, taught by Angela Springfield. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive study of the Jewish Torah and its vital influence on the New Testament over the course of the year. All our Bible studies combine the tools of the most up-to-date scholarship with spiritual reflection on how God’s word continues to speak to us today. Discussion and diversity of opinion are encouraged!

    All Fellowship Night activities take place in the Education Building.

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