A COMMUNITY of HOSPITALITY

and STEWARDSHIP

WELCOMING YOU HOME

We are a welcoming, inclusive faith community of all varied ages, economic levels, and cultural backgrounds.  Our diversity enables us to celebrate our giftedness and serve others generously. Our differences are a invitation to address the things that truly matter. Called and consecrated in Baptism, we are sent by God to serve others in Jesus’ Name. Responding to this call, we commit ourselves to sharing our time, talents, and treasure for the life of the world. We commit to discover and nurture each other’s gifts and to support each other through worship, witness, and lifelong faith formation. We commit to sharing who we are and what we have with those around us, especially those in need. 

LATEST NEWS

Happy 65th St. Stephen!

Jan 30, 1955 - Jan 30, 2020

A New Year of Grace

A New Decade of Vision

Join us here for the Pentecost Celebration  

Mass @ 10am

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Domingo de Pentecostés
May 31, 2020
Happy Birthday, Church!!
¡Feliz Cumpleaños, Iglesia!
LET US PRAY

All who are suffering

from COVID-19 and their families; healthcare workers;

those rebuilding 

their hearts & homes 

as a result of recent storms, especially

on the coasts & Islands, domestic violence,

natural disasters, terrorism or neglect.

All who seek safe asylum from violence

and drug cartels, especially those

being detained at our border.

+S. Joyce Randazzo, S.S.J. 

born to eternal life in the 

69th year of her religious life

+S. Rose Albertine Weaver,  SSJ,

 born to eternal life

in the  79th year of her religious life.

+Dennis DeCarlo,

nephew of Richard Jones.

Parish & Parish Family:

Fay Burgoon

who fell and broke her arm

Monty Davis,
father of Aymes Davis (RCIA) ,

who had a stroke.

Kathy Jenkins

dealing with stage 4 cancer.

Millie Mounce

suffered a leg amputation after

a serious car accident 

Tom Lux

 June Spelman

who is recovering from cancer surgery.

 

John Ackerman

Rex Palmer

Forsyth Medical Center

 
 

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HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH
“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down,
shaken together,
and running over...”
                                    ~ Luke 6:38
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We Welcome You
By Phone
336.835.3007
By Mail
101 Hawthorne Rd
Elkin, NC 28621
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St. Stephen Church Endowment Fund

Our Endowment is our Stewardship of gratitude sustaining 

and futuring our Catholic presence in Elkin. 

 

  • Gifts to the Endowment are tax  deductible 

  • Gifts can be given in honor of a loved one

  • In thanksgiving for prayers answered     

  • ​In memory of your deceased loved one

ABOUT US

Formed in 1955 in western North Carolina within the Charlotte diocese, St. Stephen in Elkin, is the one of three Catholic churches in Surry county; just south of the VA border. We strive to live our legacy of hospitality and generous service in word and deed. 

Sunday Liturgy:  9:00am

Sacrament of Reconciliation

by appointment,  (704) 763-2475

ADDRESS

101 Hawthorne Street

Elkin, NC 28621

(336) 835-3007

Connect@StStephenNC.org

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