Prayers for...

our sisters & brothers waiting at our borders, asking for safe asylum 

from the dangerous gangs  & drugs in their home towns.

For bi-partisan solutions to our national issues, especially border security,

for a safe and just election process...

 

those who are experiencing the effects of recent storms & fires; for the first responders, 

fire fighters, and medical personnel...

 

survivors of clerical abuse and a systematic renewal of seminaries 

and seminarian formation and personnel.

our sisters & brothers, our Dreamers, and their families...for families separated

while seeking asylum from the violence, gangs and drug traffic in their countries

 

our sisters and brothers who are victims of violence, especially gun violence,

abuse, and human trafficking or neglect...

an end to racism, anarchy, and violence, in our hearts, our country,

and the world, especially in the ways it is systemically carried out daily.

 

Those who are sick or homebound, and suffering from COVID-19

and all care givers, as well as...                 

         

Well being & Health for our St. Stephen Family and Community.

For an increase sense that the world is one neighborhood

~ God's neighborhood ~

and all life is sacred.

All who the families suffering

from COVID-19, especially

President & Mrs. Trump;

for healthcare workers;

for those rebuilding 

their hearts & homes;

all who seek safety & asylum,

& all who have asked our prayer

+S. St. Gervase Glackin, S.S.J.

born to eternal life

 in the  74th year

of her religious life

Parish & Parish Family:

Meg Bresse

Fay Burgoon

Jim Cromartie

Monty Davis
father of Aymes Davis,

who's recovering from a stroke.

Anna Guardipee

Lane Hubbard

Grace Jenkins

Kathy Jenkins

dealing with stage 4 cancer.

Millie Mounce

Pruitt Healthcare

 June Spelman

who is recovering

from cancer surgery.

 

John Ackerman

Rex Palmer

Heidi Go

final stages of Alzheimer's disease.

 

Military Service 

Juey Cortez, USMC

Jay Blackburn, USN

Carlos Trejo, USN
 

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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 Road

Elkin, NC 28621

(336) 835-3007

Connect@StStephenNC.org

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