WELCOME
 
At St. Stephen and St. Bede we strive to live
into God's reconciling love and grace.
We are a family of Anglicans and Lutherans
who worship as one on Sundays,
and who look to become
all God means us to be in Christ.
 
Join us Sundays at 11 am.
 
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
 
 
Worship Service - Sundays at 11 a.m.
Communion and Bible Study - Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.
 
NEXT CONTEMPORARY SERVIC​​E
 ​ 
Sunday, November 6

​​​​Enjoy the music, be inspired and uplifted
Faith In Action
 
Our photo gallery depicts
St. Stephen and St. Bede members
setting many different examples
of faith in action.
Click icon and check it out.
 
Rent Our Facilities

The Church of St. Stephen and St. Bede takes its commitment to the neighbourhood seriously. 
We offer spaces and facilities you can rent for all kinds of functions.
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Connections
 
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 news and information from
 the wider church community.
Also find out what
programs, activities and resources
are offered by groups
in your neighbourhood.
WHAT'S NEW
On September 25, 2016, Bishop Larry Robertson (right), Diocese of the Yukon, was the guest preacher at both St. James Anglican and the Church of St. Stephen and St. Bede.  Click here to read his sermon.   Visit Mission Sundays  to learn more about our regular guest preachers..

Many well-wishers joined Alfred and Margaret Wischnewski in celebrating 50 years of marriage during a church hall reception on August 24, 2016. 
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Pastor Murray Still (second from right) and Dave Chell (centre) welcomed three guests to St. Stephen and St. Bede's Sunday morning worship service on August 7: Rachel Keriopa (from left) and her husband, Archdeacon Robert Keriopa, both from New Zealand; and (far right) Canada's National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark Macdonald

Reconciliation and Justice Tour of Split Lake:
Team members amazed at learnings
Report and photos

COMING UP
ALSO GOING ON
Mount Royal Food Bank

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PASTOR'S POST

The Rev. Canon Dr. Murray Still