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The Gospel is alive at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church!

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January Outreach

Mt. Calvary and St. Stephen’s

MLK Day of Service

Let’s Help Fill Our Neighbors’ Pantries

St. Stephen’s is collecting canned soups and boxes of crackers for our outreach with Mt. Calvary. We are currently assisting 22 families made up of 43 adults and 22 children.

Donations can be left in the the new bin located outside the parish hall doors. Please drop off soup and crackers in this bin. We would like to collect about 6o cans of soup to provide enough for both the smaller and larger families.

All donations need to be in by January 14th for the distribution to the families the next day.

Thank you for all you do to make this vital outreach possible!

Contact Sue Cowen at: Bell0075@aol.com with any questions.

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Services

 

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In-Person Worship Resumes January 16th

In-person worship will resume on January 16th. For safety reasons, modifications to the service will be made. Please, if you are not feeling well, have symptoms of Covid of have been exposed either directly or indirectly, please join us on line. Social distancing and mask wearing is still in effect for all those attending in-person worship services.

We love one another by protecting one another and following the guidelines is showing this love. Everyone at St. Stephen’s has been stellar in showing this love to one another. We understand that many people will not want to come into the building, and that is fine! For the foreseeable future, for those staying home, weekly Sunday bulletins will be sent out on Friday for the upcoming Sunday.

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