Complete Upcoming Events Calendar
Bicentennial Banter – Jay Cooke, Shaping Sandusky & the United States; presented by the Erie County Historical Society: This series explores Sandusky through the ages with educational and fun historic discussions. Sandusky museums and area experts will lead the talk and a question and answer session will be held at the end. All events take place at 6 p.m. at the Sandusky State Theatre. (107 Columbus Ave. Sandusky) Drinks will be available for purchase.
St. Stephen invites you to its Sunday worship services at 8:00 am and 10:15 am. The Open House will be from 1PM-3PM, in conjunction with Sandusky’s Bicentennial. Please use the Parking lot ramp entrance.
The German Evangelical Protestant St. Stephen Congregation of Sandusky, Ohio was founded January 1, 1882.
It was originally located at Jefferson and Lawrence Streets.
With the merger of the Congregational Christian Church and the Evangelical and Reformed Church in 1957, St. Stephen became a member of the United Church of Christ.
Land was purchased and on December 24, 1964 St. Stephen UCC held its first service at its present location at 905 East Perkins Avenue.
St. Stephen is known throughout the area for its Strawberry Festival and Sauerkraut Supper as well as its rummage sales.
Our St. Stephen Kiddie College preschool has educated many of the area’s children for over fifty years.
Come join us and see why people say the sanctuary looks like an “upside down Noah’s Ark!”