Contact us at:
St. Stephen's Church
St. Stephen's Street
Worcester WR3 7HS
Please note that these are all personal phone numbers.
There is no phone in the church.
Reverend Andy Todd
Reverend Lindsey Coulthard
Tel: 01905 453312
Tel: 07961 097497
The Parochial Church Council (PCC) meets once each month to plan the administration and running of the church. The PCC is made up of Clergy, Churchwardens, Deanery Synod Representatives and members of the congregation elected at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM), held in April each year.
PCC Members are as follows:
Clergy: Rev Andy Todd, Rev David Morphy, Margaret Mandrell,
Churchwardens: Geoff Hill + vacancy
Lay Chair: Geoff Hill
Secretary : Vacancy
Treasurer: Richard Hemmings
elected to serve for terms of 3 years or less
Child Protection Officer: Carol Amos
Vulnerable Adults Officer: Carol Amos
The Parish Office is open, in church on the first and third Saturday morning of each month from 10.00am until 11.30am for the booking of baptisms and weddings, calling of banns and other enquiries.
Serving, Readers and Intercessors
A large number of members of our congregation participate in services as readers and intercessors (leading prayers) and in the ministry and serving team. New members are always welcome - if you would like to join in this ministry, please talk to Andy Todd, one of the churchwardens or a member of the PCC.
Church-sitters and Sidespersons
A number of people enable St Stephen’s to be open to the public during ‘Open Church’.
the Churchwardens in the smooth running of services in Church.
If you would like to join either the church-sitting or sidespersons teams, please talk to one of the Churchwardens.
Individuals provide and arrange the flowers in Church on a rota basis. If you would like to join this small team please talk to Barbara Everett or Ann Booth.
Church Cleaning and Churchyard Maintenance
Carried out by a number of volunteers who organise themselves to ensure the fabric of the Church always presents a warm welcome. More people to lend a hand are always welcome. If you feel you can spare some time to help please talk to one of the Churchwardens.
Tea and Coffee Group
Tea and coffee is provided in the Bishop Allenby Hall after the 10.00 am Family Communion service on Sunday mornings, and this group take it in turns to make the drinks and then clear the hall. The task requires around 10 minutes before the service and about an hour after the service and we need more people to help out: please contact Ruth Scotson if you are able to help this service to continue.