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New to SSPC?

If you’ve recently found us and would like to learn more about our church community or missions, please drop Rev. Fritz a note,, to introduce yourself and ask any questions. 


For our virtual Christmas Eve candlelight service, our congregation, led by our choral scholars, participated in a collaborative recording of "Silent Night."

Be sure to sign up for vaccinations through Tarrant County by clicking the link below.

All church activities will continue to be online. Check back often updates!

Our Christmas programs will remain on our YouTube page if you would like to go back and visit them at any time.

If you’d like to watch any of our musical programs, tune in to the Music at St. Stephen YouTube page.

For information on how to join any of our virtual services, please email us at:

From Beth Fultz:  “MaryJane was our emissary to the Fort Worth Veterans Clinic to deliver 46 gift cards at $100 each for disabled and veterans in need! The VA will match our gifts to these needy folks. Thank you, Mary Jane! Great pic! Thank you, St. Stephen for your generosity! And Merry Christmas to our country’s finest!”

Your Help Makes a Difference!

Despite the short notice there was a tremendous response to the recent call for Hurricane Laura disaster relief assistance.
Considering the number of hygiene kits and monetary donations received, Mission Committee funds of $1,000 will match this effort – thanks so much for your generous support!

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$10 provides 6 Meals

TO HELP: Drop off donations on Tuesdays from 1 – 1:30 p.m. (stay in your car, they’ll come out to you!) or click any donate button you see on our site and select “PNS Lunches” under the “Fund” drop-down menu. Or you can mail a check to the church. 

Learn more here

Our Youth Fellowship did all the shopping for the Christmas Angel Tree for the Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services. All in all, 40 PCHAS gifts are being donated and 40 gift cards for disabled and in-need veterans. Thank you, St. Stephen, for your generosity!
The service for Aiden Berg has been postponed. Please keep the Berg family in your prayers. 
We will update you as soon as we can with details.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations in Aidan’s name be made to the Presbyterian Night Shelter. Donations may be made online at!/donation/checkout or may be mailed to: Presbyterian Night Shelter, PO Box 2645, Fort Worth, TX, 76113. 

Please hold Aidan’s family in your prayers.

Do you like breakfast? Of course you do! What about smiling faces? Ditto. Nice people? Double ditto! 

Join us for a virtual breakfast after Thursday morning prayers. If you’re interested, email:

Rev. Dr. Warner Bailey's new book is now available for sale.

Click the button below to purchase a copy.

The Day School program of St Stephen Presbyterian Church is a quality care program available to members and non-members. It is designed to create a safe, loving, secure, nurturing atmosphere of play and learning experiences to help every child grow physically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally.

Visit the Day School Site to learn more.

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Sermons & Posts

Moment of Truth

Rev. Dr. Warner Bailey Jan. 10, 2020 Isaiah 43.1-7 Psalm 29.1-11 Acts 8.14-17 Mark 1.1-11 Our country has just lived

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Rev. Dr. Fritz RitschDec. 13, 2020 John 1: 6-9, 19-35 “Seek not the favor of the multitude; it is seldom

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Rev. Dr. Warner Bailey Devotional for the 2nd Week of Advent Dec 8, 2020 Ecclesiastes 9.1-12 Galatians 3.23-4.7 Luke 1.57-79

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Wounded By Grace

Rev. Dr. Warner Bailey Advent Devotional Nov 30, 2020 Luke 2:22-35 Luke 11:27 Romans 5:3-5 How does grace wound? We

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"I Believe"
By Mark Miller

The St. Stephen Community



​We encourage questions– theological inquiry, honest searching–when it comes to matters of faith. We believe in Jesus, but we don’t believe that people get faith by squelching their sincere doubts, fears and concerns. You’re free to be who you are at St. Stephen.


Our faithful commitment to Jesus calls us to serve our fellow human beings, not out of a sense of obligation, but out of a genuine desire to show Christ’s love to neighbor and stranger.


We maintain a tradition of worship that acknowledges the mystery and majesty of God. Our commitment extends to excellence in music, and sermons that are both intellectually challenging and spiritually uplifting.



Here you’ll find rich and poor, young and older, blended families, gay and straight—all working and celebrating together as the Family of God. Here, everyone belongs.