St. Stephen Presbyterian Church - Sunday Services

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St. Stephen Presbyterian Church is a family-friendly community of faith, seeking to show the love of Christ to the world and help make our community and the world a better place for His glory. We offer two services every Sunday - at 9:00 and 11:00 am. Nursery Care provided during both services. For children through 5th grade, we offer a special Children's sermon during the 9 am service and Kingdom Kids (children's Sunday School) during the 11 am service.

  • 9:00 am - Rich, Traditional Worship Service. Come join us for an engaging, powerful worship service in the traditional style! Come experience God with our family through timeless hymns and ancient traditions.

  • 10:15 am - The Bridge Fellowship Cafe. Enjoy fellowship time after the Traditional service or before the Wave service. This is a great opportunity for guests, regular attendees and members to meet old and develop new friends while relaxing with coffee and a refreshment or two!

  • The Wave - Contemporary Worship Service. (11:00 am) Come experience God in a way that you never have before at The Wave! Whether you are new to church or have been attending your whole life, you will experience the power and love of God in a new and fresh way!

There is a pre-school, St. Stephen Presbyterian Preschool, on site that has been of service to the community since 1972. Its enriched curriculum focuses on the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of each child. It has been accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs since 1990. For more information, call (818) 360-7330 or check out the website http://www.ststephenpresbyterianpreschool.com/. 


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