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This Week at St. Stephen's

 Check out our weekly activities, upcoming events, and worship opportunities.

 

 

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Estar, our weekly newsletter, will keep you up to date on everything going on at St. Stephen’s, from worship times to opportunities to learn and socialize. It also includes a weekly reflection from the Reverend Lisa Hunt, the Rector of St. Stephen’s.

UPCOMING EVENTS

SATURDAY, JUNE 25

8:00 AM – Rosary Group – Online Only – Zoom Link

PRIDE Festival and Parade
1:00 – 6:30 PM – Visit our booth
7:00 – 9:30 PM Join us at the Parade!

SUNDAY, JUNE 26

8:30 AM – Spoken Eucharist (Masks are required) (In-Person & Online)
• Online Church  Vimeo

9:30 AM – Adult Formation (In-Person & Online) – Zoom Link

10:30 AM – Holy Eucharist (Mask Required) (In-person & Online) 

 Online Church  Vimeo

2:00 PM – Presence Groumeets in-person at Havens Center and via Zoom.

6:30 PM – Prayer service of lament and healing
MONDAY, JUNE 27
12:00 PM – Bible Study – Zoom Link

TUESDAY, JUNE 28

6:30 PM- In Person Bible Study in the Gathering Area.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29

6:30 PM – Race & Land Series – Zoom Link

 

Knowing and Not Saying

Knowing and Not Saying

One of the signs of wisdom is that a person can know or recognize a truth, without having to say it to a person or group who cannot, or will not listen. They simply know it. My middle sister, Helen, exhibits this kind of wisdom when we are together in the kitchen...

St. Stephen’s Community Cares For Refugees Here at Home

St. Stephen’s Community Cares For Refugees Here at Home

During April, the three Abrahamic faiths will be observing some of their holiest days. Easter, Passover, and Ramadan will be observed in the same two week period. These holidays call people to remember those who are oppressed, enslaved, victims of state violence, and...

Looking at Others and the World: What’s your Point of View?

Looking at Others and the World: What’s your Point of View?

From now on, we regard no one from a human point of view; even though we once knew Christ from a human point of view, we know him no longer in that way. If anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away; see, everything has become new! 2...