Women’s Bible Study
You don’t have to be a biblical scholar to attend and you do not have to be a member of St Stephen the Martyr either. All women who are curious and want to learn more about the bible and related topics are invited. Attendance can be in person in the church fellowship hall or via Zoom. The group usually meets for an hour to an hour and a half each time. If you would like to attend in person, just show up on the 2nd or 4th Wednesday of the month at 10:15am. If you would like to attend via Zoom, you can request the Zoom link via our Contact Page.
Sunday School students begin the hour in church with their parents. They then gather in their classes immediately after the children’s sermon. Communion-aged children will come into the sanctuary to receive the sacrament and will return to their classes for closing.
Registration forms are available at church or you can download one here.
Because children under 12 cannot be vaccinated yet we will ask that children and staff wear masks during the class sessions.
This is a night where most of our church committees meet at the church. This is a convenient way for members of different groups to stay in touch. Additionally, for those with commitments in multiple groups, it means a commitment of just one night a month.
In September, we will be resuming Men's Bible Study.
Our study this year will be Paul: His Life, Ministry, and Theology.
We meet in the Fellowship Hall but can also be joined on Zoom.
(You can request the Zoom link via our Contact Page)
Look for more information in August
The Monthly Monday group is reading “Making Sense of Martin Luther” by David J. Lose.
This is a cleverly written, easy to read book written in a question-and-answer format which has led to some interesting discussion.
This group is planning to meet in person again in the Fellowship Hall on the first Monday of each month at 1 pm, beginning June 7th.
In September, this will be on the second Monday.
Saturday Worship 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. (Sept. thru May)
Vaccinated persons are encouraged to wear a mask. We would deeply appreciate it if you would.
Non-vaccinated persons are required to wear a mask. We deeply appreciate you doing so.