Church News from 05/03/22

Find News of Church Dates, Events and Concerts 2022

on this page you will find:

  • Link to the Services page for Details of Services and Events (Click on Green Tab below)
  • Current Church News
  • Poster for Bath University's Easter Concerts
  • Link to the Young People page of this website for Resources for Families​​​​​​​
  • Where to find Past Services, Curate Ordination and Charity Videos, and link to YouTube​​​​​​​
  • Gardening News
  • Mothers Union News
  • ​​​​​​​Social Media links
  • Choir Recordings

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We stand by Ukraine in prayer and giving!

see Philip's sermon below: 13th march 22

​​​​​​​Our Church is fully open for our services at 10:45, and in-church services continue at 10:45 weekly on Sundays.   We are continuing to hold the Climate Crisis before God in prayer.

We continue to offer an online service each week as well which features on our YouTube channel and on our Services page, to premiere from 8:00 am each Sunday. 

For taking of wine at Communion there are cups available in the Foyer and at the Altar for you to take to collect your wine to drink when seated.  You can also bring your own glass or cup from home, whatever you feel comfortable with,  and take it to wash afterwards.  ​​​​​​​

Stewardship Giving​​​​​​​

St Stephen's now has a Stewardship Giving page on give.net.  Thank you for your support for the church with a regular or one-off gift at this time.  See the green tab below:​​​​​​​

give.net Link

Philip's Sermon about the War in Ukraine: 13th March 2022

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Philip's E-Alert of Wednesday 2nd February (including sermon transcript of 30th January)

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24/7 Prayer Poster - click on white tab

Discover 24/7 Prayer Poster

new arrangements for young people 
for families: find link to resources for young people in the green tab below

Young People

PREVIOUS SERVICEs, CURATE ORDINATION AND CHARITY VIDEOS ARE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
FIND YOUTUBE LINK ON THE GREEN TAB BELOW THIS PARAGRAPH

You will also find a link to our Benefice Facebook page and a link to the St Mary's and St Stephen's YouTube page for all past services. Choir Recordings are to be found at the bottom of this page.  

IF YOU CANNOT FIND WHAT YOU THINK YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO, PLEASE REFRESH YOUR BROWSER!!​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

YouTube link
Gardening News -&nbsp; Arrangements for April 2022...

Gardening News -  Arrangements for April 2022 onwards

Email from Pete Clare

So said Pete: "Spring is coming I promise you all and so we shall soon need to clean up the outside church areas."

Well we had a very busy morning  on Saturday April 2nd as you can see from the photos and it was lovely to see so many people especially families and children.  We finished up with coffee and  cake and general discussion about the way forward and we all felt very good about what had been achieved.

If you would like to carry out some much needed gardening tasks at the Church on a once a month Saturday morning please contact Pete Clare at ptrclare@yahoo.co.uk   Our next session will be on Saturday May 14th so do join us.

Any heip you can offer, including donations and/or plants, is much appreciated.

Thank you so much!

Photos taken by Claire, Linda and Vivien in St Stephen's Gardens in April 2022

RHS Certificate of Recognition 2020

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St Stephen's Social media

St Stephen's Social media

​​​​​St Stephen's Church is now part of the Benefice Twitter Account, St MandStSBath, which you can access and follow via the link in the green tab below. 

twitter link

"Do not be afraid" composed by Philip Stopford 
sung by the choir of St Stephen's Church bath conducted by andrew Russell director of music

"CHRIST BE NEAR" Music composed by andrew russell
sUNG BY THE CHOIR OF ST STEPHEN'S AND CONDUCTED BY ANDREW RUSSELL 

Please download in order to hear in full

Download Christ be Near -mp3-rev0001.mp3

Posted: 21st March 2020
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