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What Can You Do

Recognize that your responsibility as a Christian goes well beyond worshiping one hour, one day a week. As a disciple of Jesus we are asked to roll up our sleeves and do something to make this world a better place, to make our society more moral and just, to help our youth understand our faith and live it without being embarrassed, to help feed the hungry, and to ensure the environment is protected.

God created you with an awesome purpose for life. Through prayer, Bible study, and community with other believers you can discover His pan for you. St. Stephen has opportunities to help you grow in your walk with God.

So, join one of our existing ministries and help them implement existing programs or suggest new initiatives and make them happen. Help us make St. Stephen a magnet for people of good will.

Adult faith formation is perhaps the greatest challenge we face as Catholics because several generations of us have not received a good understanding of the faith.
These boys and girls assist the priest at mass.
Our bereavement ministry features a six part, bilingual program that supports grieving parish members through their first year of grief.
Catholic Men's Fellowship (CMF) provides an opportunity for men to deepen and strengthen their relationship with Christ and with each other.
At Mass, children are invited to come forward to attend the Children's Liturgy of the Word.
Our activities encourage members to get involved in parish events and become aware of community issues. Our collective "doings" helps members grow in faith.
They are Catholic young men at St. Stephen, between the grades of 9 and 12, who are members of a unit called a circle. The Squires is the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus.
We handle anything and everything to do with promoting a culture of life in our parish and community.
An experience where anyone and everyone - from the baptized in the pews to the unbaptized - is invited to hear the Good News and personally encounter Jesus Christ, Discovering Christ consists of s
Eucharistic ministers are lay people who volunteer and are trained to assist the priest in distributing Holy Communion at Mass.

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