Every Sunday morning, join with Rev Lorraine and other members of the congregation for morning worship from 10:15.  You can access this via either the St Stephen’s  Church—Colchester Facebook page or via our Church web site

All are welcome to join us and share any feedback or requests.

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Worship in Church

We are beginning to re-open for some services in Church.  Please click here to find more details.

Other Worship

In addition to our Sunday on line worship, the PCC and Standing Committee have plans re-open the Church for worship.  Further details of these services can be found on page 5, together with how to book in to join these.

We currently have services planned through until 20 September and we will be using these to assess how they work in practice and using the learning’s from these we will be able to plan further forward.

Weekly Prayer Meeting and Bible Study

Please click here to see further details. All are welcome to join these.


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Sunday Morning Worship: 10.15am

This is our most attended service. The first Sunday of the month we have Messy Church. This is particularly informal in style and shorter than other services. On the remaining Sundays of the month the service there is a Service of Holy Communion and the Sunday Club operates for the children. Prayer Ministry is available at every morning service. Fellowship continues over coffee after the service.

Wednesday Morning: 10.30am

A Communion Service which is more traditional in structure. There is Prayer Ministry offered, fellowship over coffee afterwards and once a month a shared lunch together.

Sunday Morning Children’s Groups

If you have children they are welcome to join the various Sunday Club groups:

  • Sunday Club (up to yr 7)
  • KLICC (yr 7+)
  • Breakfast Club (Year 6+).

If you have a young child you might find the Wriggle Pen useful during the service.  This is for age 3 and under and the little one should be accompanied by an adult for reasons of safety.