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At St. Stephen, you can find opportunities to serve the community through various mission outreach projects. Whether it’s just one time or a sustained commitment, there’s a place for you to connect with others while serving. Consider which of these opportunities best utilizes your talents, and sign-up today!


During the hottest and coldest months of the year, St. Stephen opens its doors the homeless in our community every Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Through our partnership with the Day Resource Center for the Homeless, up to 15 men are transported to Parish Hall where we provide an air-conditioned (or heated in the winter) space for them to enjoy a restful evening, including two warm meals-- and especially warm hospitality among St. Stephen members and friends.



St. Stephen is part of the Samaritan House Supper Club, a way for faith communities to provide a home-cooked meal for the residents of Samaritan House. On the third Friday of each month restaurant meals are delivered to the closed campus due to COVID-19. When safe to do so, we will return to enjoy conversation and community a meal, and also enjoy conversation and community with the residents, all of whom are affected by HIV/AIDS and need the housing and other services provided by Samaritan House. Your donation can help provide a meal by selecting "Samaritan House Supper Club" under the "FUND" drop down menu (see the "Donate" button on home page) OR mail a check to the church. Contact Ihoma Owhonda or Cherie Walker for more information.

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St. Stephen is also active in various denominational mission opportunities and makes regular financial contributions to Presbyterian Church (USA) Mission Causes; Grace Presbytery Mission Support; Synod of the Sun educational and leadership mission; the Christmas Joy Offering; One Great Hour of Sharing; and the Theological Education Fund. We also regularly announce ways to participate in Presbyterian Disaster Relief funding for regions of the world in critical need of funding.



SERRV is a nonprofit alternative trade organization that promotes social and economic justice for people in developing regions of the world by marketing their handcrafts and food products in a just and direct manner. St. Stephen hosts an annual, international market at the church during the Christmas season that returns the profits from the sale of art and handcrafts back to the artist and village.



The youth of St. Stephen coordinate our congregation’s participation in the annual Souper Bowl Sunday – a nationwide effort to help feed the hungry. Each February, on Super Bowl Sunday, you can help our youth succeed in providing funds for our local Tarrant County Food Bank. Help our youth succeed in mission.


Annual Youth Mission Trip

Every year the youth of St. Stephen throw a dart in the USA map and solicit mission sites within a day to a day and 1/2 drive away from Fort Worth. Our destinations run the gamut from the Southside of Chicago, to help transform a former Pool Hall into a church, to Navajo Nation in Utah and Arizona to make repairs to a the roof of a hogan and lead a recreation program for local children. Join us for our next mission trip!

Giving Tree, Easter Baskets, and Thanksgiving

  • Every year, the congregation of St. Stephen sponsors Christmas Angels, individuals in financial need of Christmas presents as clothing, toys, or bicycles. We serve both South Central Alliance of Churches clients and Presbyterian Children’s Home recipients.
  • We also provide Easter Baskets filled with bunnies, goodies, and gift cards to various children in need via the Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services network.
  • And at Thanksgiving, we donate decorated bags of food for recipients of South Central Alliance of Churches, feeding our neighbors in friends in our zip code and surrounding zip codes. Currently, the Stepping Stones Children’s Fellowship group sponsors this event. 

For more information on any of these programs contact Becky Evans with Presbyterian Children’s Homes, 817-926-4673, or Beth Fultz, director of Christian Education, 817-927-8411.