Vacation Bible School Registration

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


2071343If you’d like to learn more this summer about what it means to be an Episcopalian, or are interested in being formally confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church in September, please let me know. I’ll be teaching a class and will arrange the dates and times once we know who’s registered and what their availability is.  Please indicate your interest by calling or emailing me directly at or 781-383-1083 ext. 17.

B-SAFE: Help Wanted!

Serving Bsafe campers in courtyardSt. Stephen’s B-SAFE partnership is still in need of a lot of items in order to pull off serving meals to approximately 180+ children and youth on July 15th & 16th.  To make things easier, moving forward we will be accepting donations and making a BJ’s run on July 14th to purchase food and paper items needed. There is a sign-up for needed items in the church offices, and will be available in the courtyard during fellowship on Sunday. Please help us make this possible.  Every little bit helps.  Please contact Tanya Buchanan at or 781-383-0637 to donate towards B-SAFE or any questions you may have.

We will be holding a “work party” on July 15th at 7pm to make up all the brown bag lunches for the B-SAFE picnic on July 16th. The work party will be held in Walton Rodgers Hall. PLEASE Join us!

Do You Want to Contribute to VBS?

everest-vbs-logo-og-imageWould you like to help make Vacation Bible School happen this summer? We have a perfect opportunity to help! On Sunday, there will be a “Wish List” of needed items posted in Walton Rodgers Hall for anyone that would like to donate something. This is a great chance to contribute if your schedule doesn’t allow for volunteering for VBS! Feel free to contact Chris Woodward at with any questions.

Carillon Concert Series

Thomas LeThe second concert in the St. Stephen’s Summer Carillon Concert Series will feature carillonneur Thomas Le from Berkeley, California.  Thomas is a young performer.  He just graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Chemical Biology.  He started studying the carillon after falling in love with it when he heard it played on campus.  Don’t miss this exciting presentation.  Summer Carillon concerts are held rain or shine Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m.  If the weather is bad, the church will be open and you can hear the bells through the open windows of Walton Rogers Hall.

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June 4, 2015: Vacation Bible School Work Party and Potluck! See above for ways to contribute to VBS!