March 1, 8:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
March 15, 10:45 a.m.
Season of Lent
|Mid-Week Lenten Series
The Parables of Lent
Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m., Feb 25 - Apr 1
Each service focuses on a biblical parable connecting Lenten themes and providing us with a unique message about what we receive through the crucified Christ.
|Holy Week Services|
| Palm Sunday: Passion of Our Lord
March 29, 10:45 a.m.
Marking the beginning of Holy Week, Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus' triumphal entrance into Jerusalem.
| Holy Thursday, April 2, 7:00 p.m.
This service commemorates Jesus' last meal with His disciples, at the end of which the altar is stripped in preparation for the somber Good Friday service.
|Good Friday, April 3, 7:00 p.m.
We commemorate Jesus' death with the service of Tenebrae focusing on the last seven sayings of Jesus, accompanied by the extinguishing of candles.
|Easter: Resurrection Sunday, April 5
8:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
Holy Communion Worship Services
Celebrate Christ's resurrection with us!
St. Stephen's Evangelical Lutheran Church, as an instrument of God's Holy Spirit, is a familiy of faithful believers that exists to bring people to a saving and nurturing relationship with Jesus Christ.
We trust, that as you explore the information on this page about our congregational life, you will understand the joy of our shared ministry. Striving to be a people with a committed faith in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour and in the firm foundation of this congregation, we share a sincere love and sense of fellowship that brings us closer together as we worship, learn, and serve our Lord. Everyone is welcome to our services, programs, and events. If I, or any member of St. Stephen's, can be of assistance to you, please feel free to call upon us.
May God bless you as you grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.
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Music: "Winter Escape" by Tillman Sillescu
The Voice of St. Stephen's
Want to know more about St. Stephen's? Read our monthly newsletter! It contains articles from our members and Pastor, information about upcoming services and events, photos from church and preschool activities, Bible trivia, quotations, member birthdays & anniversaries, church activities calendar and worship volunteer schedule.
Previous Issues: February 2015, January 2015
Flower Sponsor Form
Would you like to sponsor flowers to adorn our church? Just complete and submit this online form!
No payment is required with the submission of the form.
St. Stephen's Preschool
Founded in 1970, St. Stephen's Preschool is a non-demoninational school offering an enrichment program of living experiences and curriculum geared to the needs of 2, 3, and 4 year old children of all races and color.
St. Stephen's Preschool Schedule 2014-2015
St. Stephen's Preschool Schedule 2015-2016
St. Stephen's Preschool Registration 2015-2016
St. Stephen's Christian Education
Our Sunday Program is based on the "Faithville" Workshop Rotation Model in which children study and experience the same Bible story or concept for 4 weeks, rotating in various areas such as storytelling & games, arts & crafts, drama, music, and cooking.
Sunday School Schedule 2014-2015
Two of our most popular events are the annual fundraisers for the Sunday School - a Spaghetti Dinner held in February and an Easter Breakfast, held between the worship services on Easter morning.
Children from preschool through fifth grade (ages 4-12) enjoy our popular VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL on weekday mornings for two weeks in July.
Bible Study is held most Wednesday nights at 6:00pm, October through May. If you're interested in attending, please call or email the church office for the current schedule.
St. Stephen's Dart Baseball Team
If you enjoy playing darts, or want to learn, join our team! Games are played at area churches on a rotating basis, September through April, Monday nights at 7:30pm.
Dart Team Schedule 2014-2015
St. Stephen's Timeline
Church history timeline and chronological list of Pastors serving St. Stephen's.
Delving Into Our Church History
with Nevin Yeakel
A series of articles about the history of the church written by our archivist.
The Meaning of the Luther Rose
Learn why and how Martin Luther created the symbol of our faith.
If you would like information on the following,
please call or email the church office.
To have Pastor Koch preside over a Baptism, Wedding or Funeral, to be held at the church or elsewhere
Information on First Communion and Confirmation Classes
To have Pastor Koch visit a sick or home-bound