The  mission of St. Stephen's Church is to proclaim that we are committed
through spiritual development to reach out into the community, share the
Good News of Jesus Christ, and to keep our door open to those in need.

                                                                                                  The Reverend Robert Duerr, Priest

Sunday, July 15

The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 10)

8:00  & 10:00 AM — The Holy Eucharist

Scripture Readings
Amos 7:7-15 — Psalm 85:8-13
  Ephesians 1:3-14 — Mark 6:14-29

Please note:
Service for the first Sunday
of the month will be a single service 
at 9:00 AM

This Wednesday, July 11
Benedict of Nursia, Abbot of Mone Cassino, c.540 

6:30 — Holy Eucharist
7:15 — Bible study on the book of Exodus


Tony Kunz is on vacation.
We will have a hymn-sing at the 10 o'clock service.
Come prepared to sing your favorite hymn!

Summer Worship and Visits 
If you are unable to worship at St. Stephen's,
it is hoped that you will attend another church.

Dring your travels,
please pick up a bulletin or newsletter from the church you visit.
it is always good to see how fellow Christian communities worship
and share information about their ministry activities.
It is also good to hear from you about your experience.

The greatest announcement being,

Alleluia, Christ is risen!
The Lord is risen indeed. Alleluia!

+ The Holy Gospel +

Please stand and listen to the Gospel being proclaimed.
For in so doing, we believe that when its proclamation takes place,

it is as if Jesus, himself, is present among us.
Feel free to take the scripture insert home with you
where you can then read it and prayerfully study.

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Episcopal Diocese of Western New York

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