Ingathering Sunday was November 20, but there’s still time to offer your pledge for 2023!
Drop your pledge card off at the Parish Office, mail it in, or bring it next Sunday. Call the Parish Office if you need a … Read More
Please pencil these dates in and feel free to invite friends.
- Sunday, Dec 11, 6 pm: Faith Formation, Zion Lutheran Church
- Sunday, Dec. 18, 5 pm: YPF Caroling (more information below)
YPF Caroling: December 18, 5 PM
Teens, … Read More
COVID protocols for Christmas Eve
Depending on the numbers/risk levels at that time, the following protocols will be followed:
- No social distancing.
- Masks optional.
- Holy Communion following current practices. (Bread only, congregants come to the front of the church to receive.)
We have seven Coffee Hour hosts signed up and ready to provide hospitality and a warm cup of java or a cool cup of lemonade, depending on the season. To prevent our teams from being stretched too thin, in December … Read More
Are you ready for an adventure?
Sunday school is returning this fall and we’ve got a whole new look! Follow the footprints that lead you to our beloved Sears room which has been refreshed as a multi-purpose room! Maybe the … Read More
The Property Committee has had locks installed downstairs, on the doors to the Kitchen, Dining Room, and Acolyte hall, and on the 3rd floor for the doors at the top of the stairs. These additional locks mean that access into … Read More
Wednesday evening Compline via Zoom is offered at 6:30 PM.
Compline is a simple office including a confession of sins, one or more psalms, a short reading from scripture, versicles and responses, the Lord’s Prayer, and collects which ask … Read More
Opportunities abound to get involved in something new at St. Stephen’s. For more information on:
- Altar Flowers
- Altar Guild
- Coffee Hour
- Habitat for Humanity
- Living Green
- Pastoral Care
- St. Stephen’s Table
- Young People’s
Hello! I am Angie Moon, and this is my sixth year in the Vestry. I began coming to this church in 1992 when I married my husband Dan, so that will be 30 years this year. Dan and I have
I came to St. Stephen’s with my wife, Nichole, roughly five years ago after the births of our two sons, Kipper and Max. I was baptized at St. Stephen’s and I wanted the same for our boys. My family