Christmas Basket Program 2018

The parish receives requests from parishioners and community members to assist families in need of food and gifts for Christmas.  Parishioners can “sponsor” families and provide a Christmas Basket by…

Additional Drivers Needed for Meals on Wheels

Anoka-Champlin Meals on Wheels (Impact Services) continues to serve the elderly and homebound with daily hot meals prepared at Mercy Hospital and delivered by volunteer drivers from area churches. There…

Ministries of Hospitality

by Sr. Mary Anne Schaenzer, SSND There are several ministries of hospitality that fall under the umbrella of Pastoral Care. Funeral Luncheons: Approximately 75 volunteers form five funeral luncheon teams…

Pastoral Care Volunteers Help to Feed Others on behalf of St. Stephen’s Church

Article written by Sr. Mary Anne Schaenzer, SSND On the third Saturday evening of every month, volunteers provide a meal called Family Table. This is a free, complete hot meal…

St. Stephen’s Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Serve the Catholic Population in the Surrounding Area

Article written by Sr. Mary Anne Schaenzer, SSND When I was a child, I read a story in a Catholic Comic Book called Treasure Chest. The story was about St….

Solidarity Concert featuring Danielle Rose Set for November 4

Join us for a benefit event for the needs of the Archdiocesan Venezuelan Mission and the Latino community of St. Stephen’s Catholic Church November 4, 6:30-9:30 p.m.! The evening will…

Respect Life Weekend – October 15/16

St. Stephen’s Life Matters ministry is excited to announce Respect Life Weekend October 15-16! Join with us to celebrate ALL life from conception to natural death! In the Gathering Place…

Food Drive August 27/28

We will hold our annual summer food drive August 27/28 in Faith Community Center Room 9. The shelves at our local distributor, ACBC, are always scarce this time of year….

Is God calling you to be a part of WHO?

In the Gospels there are many and various ways in which we are invited to give of ourselves to one another and ultimately to God. Here at St. Stephen’s there…