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


Sunday Worship will be at 10am only and be available on Facebook Live

Click here for the Worship Booklet and Hymns and Psalms for Eastertide.


Virtual Coffee Hour will be at 11:15am on Sundays via Zoom.


On Wednesdays, join on Zoom for Morning Prayer at 12:15 or Facebook Live if you want to listen.


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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

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8 am Quiet, contemplative Holy Eucharist

10 am Holy Eucharist with music and Sunday School

5 pm Centering Prayer Service
12:15 pm
Holy Eucharist, Healing Service or Morning Prayer

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

email: office@ststephensslo.org















Christian Perspectives on Capitalism

The book that will be the basis of the discussion is:  Counting the Costs: Christian Perspectives on Capitalism, Art Lindsey and Anne Bradley, editors.  The book can be purchased on Amazon.  

March 5   What is Capitalism?                

Chapter 1 by Michael Novak

Material covered

March 12  What is Human Flourishing?

Chapter 2 by Jonathan Pennington

Material covered                 

Continuing via Zoom after long interlude because of the COVID-19 lockdown

  Questions?  Contact Eric Fisher at efisher@calpoly.edu or 805-704-0238

May 21, 11am - noon  Is Capitalism Contrary to the Bible?
Chapter 3 by Art Lindsey

Material to be covered

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May 28, 11am - noon     Who Benefits in Capitalism?
Chapter 7 by Joy Buchanan and Vernon Smith

Material to be covered

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June 4, 11am - noon     Capitalism and Consumerism

Delighting in both Creation and the Responsibilities of Affluence
Chapter 9 by Edd Noell
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