St. Stephen’s is a welcoming and affirming parish which openly accepts all of God’s children to worship with us and become part of our faith family.

Through visiting our virtual St. Stephen’s, we hope you will discover the work of the Holy Spirit in our parish and in our lives.
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  • What I wish you knew about my faith

Right Now at St. Stephen’s

Ronald McDonald House Dinner

Sign up to help cook and serve “Meals from the Heart” at the Fort Worth Ronald McDonald House on Saturday, September 2. This is part of our quarterly service to the families whose children are in treatment at area hospitals. One of our regular participants reports, “It’s so rewarding to connect with the residents as we prepare and serve them a meal. It’s hard for me to fully understand the heartache and challenges they are facing but so gratifying to see their appreciation of our support and comforting food.”

We have chosen to barbeque hot dogs and hamburgers and include all the trimmings. We’ll prepare “fancy” baked beans and finish with fruit salad and fresh baked cookies. Sign up to provide meal ingredients and to help cook, serve and clean up. We always have so much fun as families working together. You are welcome to invite friends or neighbors to help, too. The sign up sheets are on the hall bulletin board.

Film Showing

The St. Stephen’s Chapter of Daughters of the King is sponsoring a film event open to all. Come along on Saturday afternoon September 9 at 2 pm. We’ll view The War Room and have an opportunity to discuss this dynamic portrayal of a family learning the power of prayer.

Details of the event here.

Quiet Day

A time for listening, contemplation as well as discussion. The Reverend Annet Mayer, Deacon will facilitate our inspection of Centering Prayer, Intercessory Prayer and Lectio Divina — a traditional Benedictine practice of spiritual reading, meditation and prayer intended to promote communion with God and to increase the knowledge of God’s Word.

Daughters of the King invite you to participate on Saturday, September 30 from 9:30 – noon. More information here. Men and women welcome.

Save the Date

Next from the St. Stephen’s Event Series, following April’s wildly successful “What I Wish You Knew About My Faith”, TRY BEING ME will help participants get inside the hearts and lives of our LGBTQ neighbors.

Let’s listen and talk about challenges faced in church, community and with public policy. Join us Saturday morning, October 14 from 9 – noon. Free, of course.

A pre-event cinema screening of Prayer for Bobby is scheduled for Friday evening October 13, 7 – 9 PM.


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