Skip to main content

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church

Share a story

Bring your family and be a part of our family! It is our utmost desire for you to feel welcome at St. Stephen's. 

Mission Statement

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church is dedicated to seeking, serving and sharing Christ with all. We are a faith community committed to worshiping as a family; ministering to children, youth and adults; reaching out to all in need; being good stewards of God's gifts, and bringing others to Christ.

Our Vision

  • Worship as a church family
  • Be a family to the greater community
  • Reach out and minister to those in need
  • Bring others to Christ
  • Raise up servants of Christ by developing effective programs for children, youth and adults
  • Always strive to be better stewards of God's gifts

Worship times

8:00 am
This service is Holy Eucharist Rite 1 with no music or singing, designed for those who desire a solemn, reverent worship experience.
10:30 am
Our main service, this Holy Eucharist Rite 2 service includes pipe organ, choir and hymns. This service is designed for families of all ages who desire a joyful, uplifting, music-filled worship experience.
9:15 am
Christian Formation for all ages.The adult class meets in the library and children meet in the classrooms.
6:00 pm
Worship, Dinner & Bible Study
Begins at 6:00 PM in the Parish Hall



Donation Coordination/Distribution

St. Stephen's Liberty supports Friends-n-Deed, an outreach program that provides school supplies and clothing to needy school children throughout Liberty ISD.

News about St. Stephen's Episcopal Church

Share a story

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Liberty, TX

Responding to Tropical Storm Imelda

In partnership with Episcopal Relief & Development, the Diocese of Texas responded to Tropical Storm Imelda by providing food, clothing, bedding and meals as well as offering support for laundry services, families who lost wages and by providing storage after the storm dropped over 40 inches


2041 Trinity St
Liberty, TX 77575-4831
United States


The Rev. Ted W. Smith / Deacon Glennda Hardin

Organized groups

Adult faith formation
Eucharistic Ministers/Visitors
Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
Bible study

Other community groups

St. Stephen's Men's Group