Members and friends of St Stephen have been most generous in responding to our recent request for clothing, toiletries, children’s toys and summer items, and household essentials for the Presbyterian Night Shelter.
Volunteers sorted donations on Friday for delivery with our monthly pledge of 350 sack lunches. We will continue to collect donations (bins are outside the church office) as well as monetary donations for the purchase of water.
Donations can be made using the “PNS Meals” drop down under the donate button on the webpage. Thank you for your support of this mission.
Usually during this time of the year, we’re hosting our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness in our church one night a week. This year is just very different.
In lieu of Room in the Inn, we continue to help the Presbyterian Night Shelter with their needs, including meals and transitions to more permanent homes. Click on the link below to learn how you can help with this mission by dropping off items at the church or donating funds directly to the PNS fund.
Through Aug. 8 we’ll have one worship service at 10 a.m.
Thursday, Aug. 4, church members get an early bird preview to the Youth Garage Sale event: $10 at the door gets you first dibs.
Come have some wine and shop!
If you have any questions, email Beth!
“Following the CDC guidelines, those individuals who have been vaccinated for the Covid virus may decide for themselves whether to wear a mask during worship. Those who have not been vaccinated are asked to wear a mask
We have some IMPORTANT UPDATES on how and when we’re coordinating with the Presbyterian Night Shelter.
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.