During Shelter-at-Home, our worship will be livestreamed.

See below for in-person, outdoor services and limited indoor services and prayer.

Beginning July 4, 2021, our 8am and 10am services will resume, in limited numbers by reservation, in the Sanctuary, provided there is no set-back with the pandemic.


Sundays, view our worship service at 10am

at www.facebook.com/ststephensslo/live

Click here for the Worship Booklet  and Hymnal & Psalter for June-August Sundays after Pentecost


At Zoom Coffee Hour, we will share our experience and fellowship.

Join us at 11:15 via Zoom


Meeting ID: 327 152 8720
Password: 0908


Tuesdays, join Centering Prayer at 5 pm on Zoom for Centering Prayer
Meeting ID: 327-152-8720 Password: 0908


Wednesdays, join in person or on Zoom for Morning Prayer at 12:15  or FacebookLive if you want to listen. If you wish to attend in-person, you may join us without a reservation. Masks and distancing will be observed.


In-Person Outdoor Worship

Through June we'll be holding outdoor, in-person services in the parking lot at 9am, limited to 50 people. Bring your own chair. Those who want to attend must register in advance and read and understand the confirmation email which will detail what's necessary for in-person worship and keeping one another safe.


Every Sunday in June at 9am, in the parking lot

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sunday-outdoor-worship-service-tickets-154756371473, or email office@ststephensslo.org or call Stephanie at 805-215-0750.

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Welcome to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. We strive to recognize and nurture the Christ in ourselves and each person that we encounter along the way. Join us for service on Sunday to experience for yourself the fellowship of Christ.


Our mission as a parish is to open our hearts to God and to share Christ’s unconditional love with the world. We do this by following three pathways:

  • Welcoming: We invite all to join us at every stage in their spiritual journeys.
  • Worshiping: We cultivate a living tradition of liturgy and a life made holy by the sacraments.
  • Working: We share our abundance, we strive for justice, and we accept our calling to protect God’s creation.

Inclusivity Statement

 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is a congregation of families and singles, children and seniors, and a diversity of ethnicities, races, sexual orientations, interests, and backgrounds. We are followers of Jesus, guided by His teaching and example to love God and our neighbor. We welcome all people regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, racial background, mental or physical ability, recovery, political belief, economic condition, and all other expressions of what it means to be human. We invite you to worship with us and walk with us no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.


Worship With Us

8 am Quiet, contemplative Holy Eucharist, resuming July 4

9 am parking lot service, by reservation
10 am Holy Eucharist at Facebook Live. In person service resuming July 4 without singing or Sunday School yet

5 pm Centering Prayer Service, by zoom
12:15 pm, outdoors by reservation
Holy Eucharist, Healing Service or Morning Prayer

1344 Nipomo St.; San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Office: 805-543-7212

email: office@ststephensslo.org














Personal Prayer & Meditation

The Sanctuary will be open for personal prayer and meditation (4 at time) on Thursdays from 10am-12pm in 30-minute slots. Bring your mask.


Email office@ststephensslo.org and request one of the timeslots


Armenian Genocide Remembrance

Several years ago, The Episcopal Church proposed a Genocide Remembrance Day to be commemorated on April 24. The Episcopal Church had a significant role in assisting the Armenians during that atrocity over a century ago. The commemoration was proposed and put into the Lectionary, but it was never subsequently approved. However, St. Stephen's has been commemorating the day the past 3 years. This year's service included conversations with Central Coast residents who address atrocities on our own soil. You can find the service for
Genocide Remembrance Day Service at https://fb.watch/53_275Y_2R/


Online Course Available

The Episcopal Church believes it is important that parishes are equipped to be on the front lines of suicide prevention. If you would like to take this course, you can register here:


Weekly Diocesan Conversations About Race

every Thursday at 4:30pm, via Zoom

The Revs. Karen Cuffie and Jani Wild are leading weekly pastoral conversations on racism every Thursday at 4:30 pm. There will be a brief introduction to the focus of the session followed by discussion and prayers. Please join us; there is no better way to learn, process, and share together than in a faith community.

To join the Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 835 7594 8022; Password: 748467
One tap mobile: +16699006833,,83575948022#,,1#,748467# US (San Jose)


How to Be An Ally

The Diversity Coalition of SLO held 4 panel sessions on "How to be an ally". Each had a different constituency of the community, including one with a panel of faith leaders. They were all very good. Watch them at: https://www.diversityslo.org/


Responses from The Episcopal Church

At the highest levels and locally, Bishops and clergy have addressed the issues of the ongoing protests and the use of church property for political propaganda. Fr Ian has not issued a separate statement, but his voice echoes those of the following

Adult Education

Matthew, Romans & Genesis

Videos of the Zoom conversations, and the PowerPoint slides from the Adult Ed course on the lectionary books we will be hearing on Sundays this summer can be found here:


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