History of St Stephen's
This congregation began in 1842 when 22 communicants left
St Stephen's Iron Church, Macquarie Street (1855 - 1875)
During the Gold Rush the congregation imported a prefabricated
In 1875 St Stephen's joined with another congregation in
St Stephen's, Phillip Street (1875 - 1935)
Willis Organ in rear gallery
St Stephen's, Phillip St, east end
The Sydney City Council resumed the
The congregation of St Stephen's welcomes you to our church, and hopes that you might stay a while and enjoy the serenity of our Sanctuary.
On Sunday 3rd May 1970, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne worshipped at St Stephen's. Please click here to download the Order of Service.
Tours of the Church
Tours of the church may be arranged for groups of 10 persons or more.
Please contact the church office on 02 9221 1688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
St Stephen's, Macquarie Street (1935 - )
St Stephen's Conservation Management Plan
St Stephen's CMP was endorsed by the NSW Heritage Office on 2nd August 2004.
Copies of the CMP are held by:
(i) The State Library of New South Wales.
Phone 9273 1414
(ii) Uniting Church in Australia Archives.
Phone 9683 3147
(iii) St Stephen's Uniting Church, Sydney.
Phone 9221 1688
and may be accessed by contacting any of the above.
CD Rom copies of the CMP may be obtained from
St Stephen's Uniting Church,
197 Macquarie Street
at a cost of $15.00 plus postage.