Every Sunday @ 10:30am
1428 22nd Ave, Longview WA
Your Neighbor, A Priest
Join Fr. Nic for a series of conversations on life in 21st Century America. Coming in 2022, a special “Episcopal 101” series introducing the Episcopal Church and our beliefs.
What to expect when you join us for Sunday Worship @ St. Stephen’s!
Fr. Nic’s Sunday Sermons are available to read on his blog or as part of our live streamed worship service archive on our facebook page. You can watch selected sermons by clicking on the sermons button below.
St. Stephen’s Welcomes YOU wherever you may be on your journey!
St. Stephen’s has a robust Children & Family Ministries program available every Sunday!
Middle & High School Students from throughout the community gather together for dinner, games, and friendship!
Supporting the work of St. Stephen’s through financial giving.
Best Place of Worship 2021 & 2022
Come & Discover why St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church was voted the “2021 Best Place of Worship” for the Lower Columbia Region.
Our Values & Beliefs
We’ve planted a new church into being, so what comes next?
We are called this year to CULTIVATE this church. To tend for it. To care for it. To grow it. To live into being this new church: new expressions, new ministries, new members, while honoring our traditions and celebrating what makes St. Stephen’s such a special place in our community.
We have made a concerted effort this year to prepare the place of St. Stephen’s for this next phase of its life, and in the upcoming year we will continue to make this same investment in our wider community
Join us for our Lenten Observances this year.
Ash Wednesday worship services are offered
Wednesday February 22nd at Noon (Imposition of Ashes & Holy Eucharist)
and 7pm (Imposition of Ashes with Healing Prayers & Holy Eucharist).
Holy Week begins April 2.
Ministries @ St. Stephen’s
Lots of Ways to Get Involved.
Radical Love: Our Twice Weekly Feeding Ministry
Believe Out Loud: An LGBTQIA+ Affirming & Inclusive Church
Our Weekly Parish Email
FISH Food Pantry
Honor Native Land
Meet Our Staff
Fr. Nic Mather
Fr. Nic is excited about the many gifts and blessings we share as a community at St. Stephen’s. His passions in ministry include serving those in our community who have the highest needs for food and shelter, being an active voice in our community advocating for justice and the recognition of the dignity of ever person, and serving our growing adult formation and family ministries programs as we raise up the newest Christians in our midst.
Becky keeps St. Stephen’s operating in smooth fashion, responding to all inquiries, comments, questions, and concerns. She can be reached at the office Monday-Thursday from 10am-1pm (June-August) and 10am-4pm (September-May) at (360) 423-5600
Children & Families Ministries Director
Gretchen brings an enthusiasm and deep passion for the education of children to her role, and works to insure that all children can find a place at St. Stephen’s as they continue to learn about Jesus and grow in their faith. This deep passion has inspired her to develop an offering for children fully through email and video presentations during the time we apart due to coronavirus.
Alison leads our choir and liturgical music offerings. She is excited about the return of choral music after the COVID-pause of our music program, and is enjoying leading our handbell choir.
Riki is an accomplished pianist and is continually learning the intricacies of our fully manual organ as she provides us with accompaniment for hymns ranging from classic English classics to spirituals to modern offerings.