Vacation Bible School Registration

VBS registration is live! Click here to jump to our VBS page to access printable registration and volunteer forms. 

Need a Night Out?

PNOLooking for a night out? Or maybe a solo evening at home? We’re here to help! On May 15th from 6-9pm, you can drop your kids (ages 5 and up) off with ROX and CIA volunteers for just $10 per child ($20 max per family). We’ll provide pizza, a movie, and ice cream and you’re free to do what you’d like for the evening! The best part? All proceeds go to this summer’s Vacation Bible School!

Sign up sheets will be in the church office. Please email Sue at snpmchugh@comcast.net with any questions.

Cradles to Crayon’s Drive

cradles-logoSt. Stephen’s children and youth are organizing a drive to benefit local children in the Boston area through the organization Cradles to Crayons. Currency we are collecting new or gently used clothing and shoes for children. Our collection boxes are in Walton Rodgers Hall.

We will be sorting the clothes in preparation for distribution at our end-of-the-year barbeque on June 14th. We invite all families to participate, as a means to not only help our local community, but also grow together as a family in service.

Join St. Stephen’s in the Relay for Life!

rfl-logoThis year, St. Stephen’s is creating a team to walk in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on Saturday, June 13th in Weymouth. As a team, we can celebrate survivors and honor those who have fought or are still fighting cancer. Please join our walking team or make a donation by clicking on our team page. Together we can stand up against cancer!

Antiracism Training

T he diocesan Antiracism Ministry Team will offer a training on Friday, May 29, 5-9 p.m., and Saturday, May 30, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul (138 Tremont Street) in Boston. The training offers opportunities to share experiences, reflect on current issues and develop tools for change. Refreshments and Saturday lunch are provided. There is a fee of $50 per person, which includes materials. Participants will receive a certificate of completion.

Online registration is available here. FOR INFORMATION: The Rev. Karen B. Montagno, Congregational Resources and Training (617-482-4826, ext. 413 or kmontagno@ diomass.org).

Youth Leadership Academy

The launch week for the 2015-2016 Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) is July 26-Aug. 1 at the Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center in Greenfield, N.H. Designed for young leaders entering ninth or tenth grade this fall, this special program provides a week-long leadership development and faith formation program, plus all that summer camp has to offer. At the end of the week, participants are introduced to the yearlong Youth Leadership Academy and invited to continue, but signing up for the YLA camp week doesn’t require committing to the yearlong program. Register online here.

Contact The Rev. H. Mark Smith, Office of Youth Ministry for more information (617-482-4826, ext. 215 or hmsmith@diomass.org);