On Saturday October 20 at 4:30 pm, St. Stephen’s is hosting a pancake supper and movie night with snacks for the children. Great time of fellowship!
Come to St Stephen’s Church and view the wonders of our universe through large and small telescopes from the Royal Astronomical Society: Planets, Galaxies, Star Clusters, Nebulae and Stellar Nurseries.
Join Us For An Old Fashioned Community Picnic
at St. Stephen’s Church, Bring Your Picnic Basket
The Blessing of the Animals service at St Stephen’s is a multi-parish event with 6 churches participating.
St Stephen’s 19th Annual Hymn Sing led by talented performer
Louise Rose and The Open Door Choir @ Our Place
This year, St Stephen’s Anglican Church in the beautiful Mt Newton Valley in Saanichton, British Columbia, celebrates 150 years of continuous service. In recognition of this milestone, a homecoming weekend is planned for June 1 – 3, 2012.
Joint Parish Service at St Mary’s & St Stephen’s. We will start with a Celebration Service at St. Mary’s officiated by Bob Baillie and Dennis Hayden. A tree will be planted commemorating the coming together of St. Mary’s, St. Stephen’s and Brentwood Chapel.
Outdoor Service and BBQ, June 24th at 10:00 a.m.
BBQHamburgers, hotdogs with all the fixings provided.
Please bring salad, finger foods or dessert to share.
Pasta Dinner for Summer 2012 Children’s “Camp in the Community” hosted by St Stephen’s Church and Sponsored by The Diocese of BC and Peninsula Anglican Churches.
St. Stephen’s Trust Society Old Fashioned Tea & Fashion Show Marmalade Tart Boutique, D.G. Bremner Menswear and Bubbaloo Children’s Boutique
St Stephen’s Annual Spring Fair. Featuring Award Winning Dahlia Tubers. Spring Fair at St Stephen’s Anglican Church. Baking, Books, Children’s Corner, Collectibles & Treasures, Gently Used Items, Plants ‘n Pots, A Fabulous Silent Auction
The Stations of the Cross Walk begins at St Stephen’s Hall at 10:00 a.m. thence outdoors followed by Good Friday Liturgy and Meditations in the Church.
St Stephen’s Afternoon Tea in the Memorial Hall with the Ladies from St. Elizabeth’s and Our Lady of the Assumption