We are pleased to support missionaries Summer and Guy Benton, who minister in Cambodia under the banner of the Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders (SAMS). Summer, a native daughter of the Diocese of Fort Worth, is a social worker who ministers to girls who have have been victims of human sex trafficking, and Guy is a trained youth worker from New Zealand in the process of adjusting to missionary life and discerning the Lord’s call for his specific ministry. Learn more.
The Union Gospel Mission in Fort Worth provides numerous services to homeless and needy people and families in the name of Christ. St. Stephen’s is blessed to have a number of members who volunteer at Union Gospel. Some serve meals, some tutor children, and some help lead programs like Alpha. All are blessed immensely as they bless others. Learn more
Our church family collects donations of food every week for the North East Emergency Distribution. This worthy agency provides food and other assistance to needy families and individuals in Tarrant County. Learn more
La Gran Familia
La Gran Familia is a community center in that provides food, clean clothing, and homework help to underprivileged high school students in Cuauhtémoc, Chihuahua, Mexico. Several members of St. Stephen’s contribute to La Gran Familia to sponsor these children in completing high school. Learn more.
Our companion diocese in southeastern Africa has a desperate need of our support for basic essentials to sustain life during their trials of conflict, poverty, food shortages, and day-to-day ministry work. The Fort Worth Diocese has an established process and accounts setup to accept financial gifts. Financial donations are specified for deposit in the Malawi General Fund, used by Bishop Megangani for directed or general purposes. Learn more.
Held each December, the festival provides opportunity for both fellowship among parish members and reaching out to the community.
Lenten Soup Suppers and Program
During Lent, we gather together for the Stations of the Cross, a soup supper and a Christian Education program. This program occurs Wednesdays after Ash Wednesday during Lent.
This traditional Jewish Seder Meal shows the link between the ancient Festival of Redemption in Passover and Jesus as the Lamb of God. Throughout this meal, you’ll hear the story of Exodus woven together with the life, death and resurrection of Christ. The words He spoke in the upper room come alive as each Hebraic item is carefully explained. We hope you’ll join us to experience the gospel in a fresh and profound way through this ancient tradition.
Our library, which includes many categories of books from religious to fiction. You’re welcome to browse the shelves and select a title to take home. The books do not have to be returned, but we would welcome them back for someone else to enjoy. Gently used donations of books are always welcome.