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Stevens reassures Roxy that strong people can bear to hurt themselves for the good of others.In January 2017, Stevens conducts the joint funeral of Roxy and her sister Ronnie Mitchell (Samantha Womack).
Amanda Parry, played by Sarah Preston, is a friend of Chrissie Watts (Tracy-Ann Oberman), first appearing in the show just before Chrissie and Den Watts (Leslie Grantham) are set to renew their wedding vows.In March 2009, he arranges plans for Peggy Mitchell's (Barbara Windsor) wedding to Archie Mitchell (Larry Lamb), and also conducts Amy Mitchell's christening in April and May 2009. Stevens is also seen in March, conducting Bradley Branning's (Charlie Clements) funeral.In September, he meets Heather Trott (Cheryl Fergison) and Minty Peterson (Cliff Parisi) to talk about a christening for Heather's baby son George, and is confused about Heather and Minty's relationship. In October 2010, Max Branning (Jake Wood) arranges for him to visit his sister Carol Jackson (Lindsey Coulson) following the death of her son, Billie Jackson (Devon Anderson), but Carol gets angry as Billie was not religious.He returns in April 2015 until his exit on 28 September 2017 when he retires.He first appears to discuss Freddie Mitchell's christening with his mother Little Mo (Kacey Ainsworth) in 2005.In December 2008, he returns, after Dot donates a substantial amount of money to have the church roof repaired.
He feels it is his need to investigate whether Dot has donated from her own life savings but she does not want to make a fuss.
Her friend Fatboy (Ricky Norwood) tells Stevens that Dot is about to lose her home, so Stevens convinces her that she has not sinned in the eyes of God.
He appoints Dot as Church Warden and gets her to raise funds to fix the church roof.
At a church social event, the pair become closer, resulting in Stevens asking for Dot's blessing to date Rose.
He, Dot and Rose later attend a Mayoral banquet, and on their return to Walford, they announce that the Olympic torch for the 2012 Summer Olympics will be passing through Walford. On Maundy Thursday, he performs the rite of washing feet on Dot and comforts her following the death of Heather.
He first discusses the arrangements with Carol and Max is rude to Stevens and tries to get him to leave. When Stevens asks who will be reading the eulogy at the funeral, Carol tells him that they will not be having one.