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St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Oak Harbor WA
All are welcome | Sunday Services at 10:30 | Childcare available
We Are Praying For You To Find Your Way
COME, WALK WITH US!
A compassionate heart
Love of music
Bible and Book of Common Prayer approach
Accepting and welcoming of all - people of all color, gender identification, differing views. All peoples!
Alive sermons that walk with liturgy of the day
Believer of “magic” in all that is
pastoral care strengths
positive support of the vestry
Eyes for Outreach – 10% of pledge goes into the world outside the church
Knowledge and attendance of in-house meetings
Support for other retired yet actively involved clergy in our midst
Involvement with other community clergy
COME, JOIN US!
locally crafted & dedicated Baptismal Font with a direct line to the altar
beautiful Cross Window, created by one of our own, also dedicated
12 beautiful locally crafted nature focused stained glass windows around the sanctuary
14 stations of the cross, also crafted by one of our own
piano and organ, built and donated by our late music director, Vernon Greenstreet
Shiny oak pews, shiny from the many bottoms keeping them polished
Corner with fun things for little ones in the back, should it be needed
Colorful vestments and wall hangings from our talented seamstresses
COME, LIVE WITH US!
Island living-Whidbey Island is 54 mi long, 5 mi wide at its widest
Entered on the north end over the Deception Pass Bridge (popular state park beneath bridge)
Enter from the center by the Coupeville-Port Townsend ferry
Enter from the south by the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry
NASWI (Naval Air Station Whidbey Island) in Oak Harbor
Mountains in every direction. Olympics to the west, Cascades to the east.
Big city, Seattle, about 90 miles south from Oak Harbor
Big border, Vancouver, British Columbia, about 70 miles north.