Tiny and perfectly formed, St Stephen's Church in Parnell is still in regular use.
It is administered as part of the Cathedral and is situated about a kilometre away from the mother church. Built in 1857, this small church has only one service at 9am on a Sunday morning. The Anglican Book of Common Prayer service is still used. As the Church is situated away from the Cathedral, it is only open on a Sunday morning although access to the graveyard and surrounds is unrestricted.
You can find St Stephens Church at the bottom of Judge Street, which in turn is at the bottom of the aptly named St Stephens Avenue in Parnell.
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