Sunday is just the beginning...

At St. Stephen, you are among a family of believers who work to be the hands, feet, and heart of Jesus Christ... in our neighborhood, in Charlotte, and in the world.

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A church home for you in Charlotte, North Carolina

Experience worship at St. Stephen this Sunday, with three options: Traditional at 9am, Online at 9:30am, or Modern at 11am. In addition to weekly worship, we offer rich programming for children, youth and adults.

NEW! Modern Worship at St. Stephen

Experience a new spirit moving, and encounter God in fresh ways this new year. St. Stephen’s new modern worship service, ENCOUNTER, is designed to bring you closer to each other and to God in a relaxing, comfortable, and invitational space. Join us on Sundays at 11am.

Upcoming Events

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Life at St. Stephen

Explore the various programs and ministries in the life of St. Stephen.

Adult
Connections
Children's
Programs
Youth
Programs
Community
Missions
Coffee Connections

Grab some donuts and a warm cup of coffee from North Carolina’s own Bitty & Beau’s Coffee every Sunday morning before both worship services. Stop by in the main church lobby outside the sanctuary starting at 8:30 a.m. for our at 9 a.m. Traditional Service or come by at 10:30 a.m. in the Youth Ministry Center lobby before our 11 a.m. Modern Service. Mix and mingle with members and other guests prior to worship. Coffee Connections at St. Stephen is your weekly time for informal networking and fellowship.

We are the hands, feet, and heart of Jesus Christ — in our neighborhood, in Charlotte, and in the world.