Since the middle of the nineteenth century, St Stephen’s has been the main focus for Anglo-Catholic worship on the island of Guernsey.
Our congregation is regularly joined by the many visitors to the island, who return each year to experience our excellent musical and liturgical tradition and to be welcomed again as part of our worshipping community.
The church attracts people of all ages, including families, young people and children. You can be assured that you, too, will receive a very warm welcome. Why not consider making St Stephen’s your spiritual home?
Our church is a member of the Deanery of Guernsey, which is now overseen by the Diocese of Salisbury.
St Stephen’s is situated at the top of the hill on the left-hand side of the main road leading west out of St Peter Port. A Calvary stands outside, close to the north porch. Along with the immediately adjacent Vicarage and the St Stephen’s Community Centre across the lane, the church is in a conservation area. It forms an oasis of green on the edge of the town, a haven for wildlife and a sanctuary for peace.