→You can view the September/October 2017 issue of The Beacon, our parish newsletter here, in pdf format.
In May a group of men from St Stephen’s gathered at the Community Harvest Project in Grafton for our annual retreat. During the day we shared in worship, service, fellowship and food. We were given three tasks for our … Continued
On Friday, July 28, Jessica Meta Fricker and Kenneth Carl (K.C.) Waldbillig were married at St. Stephen’s. Family and friends from the UK, Canada, and the US joined members of St. Stephen’s and the 2015 Israel pilgrimage group for the … Continued
Congregational Church of Westborough, First United Methodist Church, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Saint Luke’s Roman Catholic Church, Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church At VBS held at Good Shepherd on 31 July to 4 August 2017 we explored our MAKER FUN FACTORY … Continued
→You can view the July/August 2017 issue of The Beacon, our parish newsletter here, in pdf format.
On Pentecost Sunday we welcomed Angelica and Francielle Perez into the family of God. Though we are always members of God’s love, baptism is an important way to officially join a faith community. Angelica and Francielle’s discovery … Continued
The Easter pageant was held on Sunday, May 14. This year we had 9 children ranging in age from preschool to middle school. This year the pageant occurred on the fifth Sunday of Easter. We celebrated the discovery of the … Continued
On May 7th Pam Wesley Gomez from the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale University delivered the sermon at both services. She spoke about “Lively Issues at Life’s End” encouraging us to reflect on what God has provided us with and … Continued
DO YOU USE AMAZON.COM? Then you can easily raise money for St. Stephen’s ministry. Amazon offers a program that makes a donation for each sale to a non-profit organization of your choice for orders placed through their https://smile.amazon.com and St. … Continued
CELEBRATE OUR PATRONAL FEAST!!! This Sunday, July 2, we will be celebrating our parish’s patron, St. Stephen, the first martyr. (Normally St. Stephen’s Day is December 26, but we observe it on a Sunday near our groundbreaking on our church … Continued