Where All Are Welcome

St. Stephen's United Methodist Church is a progressive Christian church that is open and affirming of all ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, economic brackets and walks of life. We celebrate the diversity within our congregation, and see ours as a safe church for open thought. We also hold fast to the beauty and tradition of the United Methodist Church, and embrace the richness of its history and the depth of its theology and intellectual focus. We invite you to join us!

Come discover for yourself what makes St. Stephen's a special place!

Sunday worship services are held at 8:30 and 10:50 a.m in the sanctuary. Sunday School for all ages is held at 9:40 a.m.

1801 W. Brooks St. (N.W. corner of Brooks and McGee), Norman, OK 73069

Phone: 405-321-4988; Fax: 405-321-4731

Email: ststephensumc@coxinet.net

Click here to view Ways to Get Involved at St. Stephen's. 

You can now make your monthly pledge or donation through our secure online giving service.

This Week's Shield Newsletter

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If you would like to receive the Shield Newsletter by email, please contact Diana Hanson at ststephensumc@coxinet.net or phone the church office at (405) 321-4988.

Check out St. Stephen's "It Gets Better" video series, with messages that offer hope and inclusion for all people and share what makes St. Stephen's a welcoming congregation.

This Sunday, April 13 Join us at our 8:30 or 10:50 services. Rev. Amy Venable's sermon is titled "A Humble King" and is based on: Matthew 21:1-11

Click here for descriptions of this week's Adult Sunday School classes.

Learn about our Holy Week Events.

Here's what else is happening this week at St. Stephen's. For more information about upcoming events, contact the church office at 321-4988.

Rev. Amy Venable, head pastor of St. Stephen's, writes this weekly column for the Shield Newsletter. For more info about Amy, visit her staff bio.

Marketing and Social Media Policy

Anyone wishing to market* St. Stephen’s name or information on social media, external websites or print marketing materials is asked to receive approval through the church Outreach committee and the Pastor to ensure that the proposed marketing opportunity meets St. Stephen’s mission and the Outreach objectives. 

*Marketing includes using St. Stephen's name in such a way as to imply official endorsement or approval of a particular statement, activity, or product by St Stephen's or its affiliated committees, organizations, or groups.