We’d like to welcome Grace Kim to the St. Stephen staff. Grace is our new Youth and Family Coordinator in the Department of Christian Education.
Rev. Marcus Hayes is also joining the St. Stephen staff as an Adult Education Coordinator.
St. Stephen would like to donate five pallets (9,600 bottles) of water to PNS. In order to do this, we need to raise about $2,000. Use the donate button > other > “PNS Water.”
To learn more about RITI, click the box.
Rev. Hayes is reviving Faith on Tap. Please make plans to join us. You can BYOB or we’ll have a few to share.
After a hiatus of more than two years, St. Stephen will once again open its doors to those experiencing homelessness in our community. To learn more about this important mission, please visit out Serve page.
To volunteer, please use Sign Up Genius.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is working in concert with other faith groups to get much-needed humanitarian support to the Ukrainian people within and beyond the Ukraine border. Your help can alleviate the suffering of so many in a situation that is on pace to become Europe’s largest refugee crisis this century.
The Day School program of St Stephen Presbyterian Church is a quality care program available to members and non-members. It is designed to create a safe, loving, secure, nurturing atmosphere of play and learning experiences to help every child grow physically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally.
Visit the Day School Site to learn more.
We encourage questions– theological inquiry, honest searching–when it comes to matters of faith. We believe in Jesus, but we don’t believe that people get faith by squelching their sincere doubts, fears and concerns. You’re free to be who you are at St. Stephen.
Our faithful commitment to Jesus calls us to serve our fellow human beings, not out of a sense of obligation, but out of a genuine desire to show Christ’s love to neighbor and stranger.
We maintain a tradition of worship that acknowledges the mystery and majesty of God. Our commitment extends to excellence in music, and sermons that are both intellectually challenging and spiritually uplifting.
Here you’ll find rich and poor, young and older, blended families, gay and straight—all working and celebrating together as the Family of God. Here, everyone belongs.