In preparation for our 2018 Annual Meeting, the 2017 Annual Report has been published. We ask all members of the parish to review it in preparation for the Annual Meeting on January 27, 2018 at 4PM. → You can access … Continued
→You can view the January/February 2018 issue of The Beacon, our parish newsletter here, in pdf format.
The Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service was held at the New England Sikh Study Circle Gurdwara (place of worship) in Westborough. Attendees were welcomed warmly, and after donning a head-covering and removing shoes, were directed to the main worship hall. This … Continued
I have never experienced a pledge process being so much fun in a parish! As a former Stewardship team member, we made sure that we kept the anxiety low while understanding the financial needs of the parish for the coming … Continued
November proved to be a month of blessings as we baptized two babies into the household of God. Charlotte Ryan Dube was baptized on Nov. 5th. Charlotte is the daughter of Melissa Brady and Ryan Dube. Her … Continued
Today is Giving Tuesday, when–in the wake of Black Friday and Cyber Monday–people think about giving back to charitable causes. Here are some of St. Stephen’s favorite charitable organizations:
→You can view the November/December 2017 issue of The Beacon, our parish newsletter here, in pdf format.
On September 17th we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of Fr. Jesse’s ordination. 10 years is certainly a milestone. We are so grateful for his ministry, his calling to the priesthood, and his service to St. Stephen’s. Traditionally, a 10th anniversary is … Continued
Pets of many varieties are natural extensions of our families and hold a very special place in our hearts. Having pets allows us to experience some of the wonder and awe that St. Francis had for all of God’s … Continued
On Sunday, September 10 Westborough celebrated the towns 300th anniversary with a Grande Parade. There were bands, clowns, many schools, businesses, and churches participating. St Stephens was represented by Fr. Jesse and a group of parishioners who marched behind … Continued