383 High Street Road, Mount Waverley, 3149, Victoria.
Please have a look around our website for information on the various activities – and if you can’t find what you are looking for, contact us.
UPDATE (7:45pm 22/3/20): We will not be having services in-person but will have live-streaming on Zoom for Sunday mornings available. If you are interested please contact Rev’d Greg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(office will be closed 10th April)
We usually worship at the following times:
- 7:45am: Holy Communion,
Book of Common Prayer (BCP) – a traditional service which runs for around 45 minutes
- 9:00am: Sung Eucharist (SE) uses ‘A Prayer Book for Australia’
Accompanied by the choir and runs for around 60 minutes
- 10:30am: Contemporary Eucharist (CE)
A less formal service which includes Kids Church and runs for around 60 minutes
You are warmly invited to join us for any of these services.
Each of the three Sunday services is different – come along and see which one is right for you.
Every few months, we have a Combined Service where all congregations come together: these are generally followed by a shared lunch and a time to get to know each other.
Tuesday 9.30am – 2.30pm
Thursday 9.30am – 2.30pm
Friday 9.30am – 2.30pm
(Closed on Public Holidays)
Access for People with Disabilities
There are four reserved access car spaces directly behind the old church, with easy entrance into the church and Parish Centre through the orange door.
There is dedicated space at the front of the church for scooters and wheelchairs if needed. An approved accessible toilet is available.
There is a hearing loop in the church. Please ask for assistance if needed.
If you have any questions or need other assistance, please give us a call on 9807 3168.
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners of the land on which the church of St Stephen is built.
The plaque shown here was installed in February 2010, showing an eagle which is the symbol of the Wurundjeri people, and the words:
“In the spirit of reconciliation, this Parish acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of this land.”
How to find us
Below are Google Street view images to assist you in finding your way to our church.