Sunday Morning Worship is at 8:30 and 11:00!
We’re Receiving Preschool Registrations for 2017-2018!
We offer classes for 3-year olds (two days a week and three days a week), 4-year olds (three days a week and four days a week), and 5-year olds (five days a week). Our class sizes will be smaller than they have been. Two classes are near capacity.
Our curriculum emphasizes seven areas: Language Development;, Physical Development; Social-Emotional Development; Cognition, Problem Solving, and Scientific Development; Mathematical Development; Creative Development; and Spiritual Development.
We are distinctive in having trained art and early childhood music teachers on our staff!
For more information, click “Preschool” above!
(About our logo: As a tree grows, branches out and bears fruit, so we love to help children prepare for kindergarten, nurturing children to bear the fruit of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control!)
Women’s Retreat 2017
Come learn about Women of the Reformation at this one-day retreat on Saturday, March 25 from 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
- Ellen Hinlicky will present our main program on Women of the Reformation
- Pastor Terrie Sternberg will lead us through a Zentangle exercise around the Luther Rose
- In honor of Katie’s expertise in gardening, Carol Harman and Rita Kristiansen will lead a session on herb gardening
- Books will be collected for children receiving services at CHKD in Norfolk
Contact the Church Office (229-6688) for additional information.
Did You Know that the ELCA is the Most Ecumenical Church Body in the United States?
Since 1997, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has been in Full Communion (with interchangeable sacraments and clergy) with the Episcopal Church USA, the Presbyterian Church USA, the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ, the Reformed Church in America and the Moravian Church. (None of them are in Full Communion with each other, only with the ELCA.)
That is why, each Sunday, prayers are offered for congregations of these churches in Full Communion with the ELCA: to highlight our unique openness to other traditions.
To learn more about our national denomination, click this: www.elca.org
St. Stephen Folks Are Staffing Hunger Ministry on Friday Evenings
We’re preparing and delivering dinners to those who are homeless many Friday evenings during the year, as part of the “From His Hands” ministry . Below is the schedule for 2015. Call Randy Punchard or John Moravitz if you would like to give of your time to this ministry. (If you don’t have a congregational directory, call the church office or pick one up the next time you’re by.)
If You Would Like to Contribute Toward the Ministries of St. Stephen …
Click “Giving” above!
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