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St. Stephen offers vibrant and engaging programs for all ages. One of our tenants is belonging. Here are many different opportunities to get involved. 

If you’re looking for children’s worship and activities, visit here

For youth programs, visit this page

For information about our missions and Room in the Inn, visit our serve page.

Classes and Worship Opportunities

St. Stephen offers many opportunities to learn and engage from Sunday school classes to Wednesday Bible Study. 

All 6th – 12th graders are invited to participate in Sunday School and year-round activities, including mission trips, fundraising and more. Friends are always invited!

We offer Sunday School for all ages throughout the school year, nursery for babies and toddlers, Godly Play during the sermon portion of worship on Sundays, Day School Programs and Special Events.

Groups and Fun Stuff

The Knitting Guild

The Knitting Guild knits and crochets prayer shawls and lap blankets for those going through especially difficult times. They have given out many a shawl and blanket to dozens of recipients and intend to keep up this mission of caring for a long time! For more information, contact Tammy Hille at

Sanctuary Stewards

Sanctuary stewards help straighten Bibles and hymnals and replenish pew supplies following 11 a.m. worship service or other events in the sanctuary or when the church office is open.


This group prepares and serves receptions following memorial services at SSPC. 

Rudy's Rangers

Ruby Lavato is our Facilities Manager and needs help with various projects around the church. Rudy’s Rangers is a group he can call on for help with various projects. If you want to get on his list, please email him at:

The Card Ministry

The Card Ministry is dedicated to sending every member of our St. Stephen family a birthday card on their special day. Each birthday card sent is handmade! The ministry gathers to create the cards the first and third Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. in the Eastminster Room. For more information, contact Cynthia Walker at

Habitat for Humanity

Founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller, Habitat for Humanity (HFH) international has built, renovated, repaired or improved more than 800,000 quality, affordable homes and has served over 4 million people worldwide. Seeking to put God’s love into action, HFH brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Locally, Habitat’s partnership with volunteer groups, corporate sponsors and faith-based organizations, including St. Stephen, helps homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

Presbyterian Men

Presbyterian Men is a group created to offer a retreat for men of all ages to come together and build connections through fun outdoor activities and worship. It is organized and led by the Mo Ranch Men’s Council, a group of laymen representing churches across Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. The schedule includes gatherings for worship and singing, shared meals, Bible study, workshops on a variety of secular and spiritual topics and keynote addresses. For more information:

Docent Tours

Docent tours of the sanctuary are offered the second Sunday of the month, or by appointment through the church office. Tours last half an hour an begin at the crossing at noon, following the postlude of the 11 a.m. service. Summer tours are after the one service at 10 a.m. The mission of the docent guild is to continue the historical thread of the church and expression of faith by telling communicants, confirmands and visitors about the significance of the magnificent symbolism found in the architecture, windows and needlework or other embellishments of the church buildings and property. 

4th Friday Bookclub

Held the fourth Friday of every month, this group explores thought-provoking books in a fun environment. A new book is selected at the beginning of each month, and the meeting is held on the fourth Friday, usually at noon at a local restaurant. 

Email Sharon LeMond for more information:

Intro to Being Presbyterian

Offered once or twice a year, this class is ideal for those interested in learning more about the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. and St. Stephen’s history. Typically the classes run for about 6 weeks and cover such topics as:

• What it means to be a Christian and Presbyterian

• The essential tenets of our denomination, and

• Exciting aspects of being a member of St. Stephen.

Music at St.

Throughout the history of St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, music has played a vital role in our worship of God. We value excellence but do not limit ourselves exclusively to “traditional music.” When you attend a worship service at St. Stephen, you will hear and participate in a broad range of music styles and genres, from plainsong chant, music from the Renaissance, English choral works of Tallis, Byrd, Bairstow, Howells, and Vaughan-Williams, as well as music of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Hymns sung during worship services also reflect a broad range of music styles and periods representing a theology as interpreted by our faith – always informed by scripture and grounded in historical context and tradition. Congregational singing is an important part of worship at St. Stephen, and we are fortunate to have our magnificent pipe organ and Sanctuary Choir to support us.

To learn more about how to get involved, contact Jordan Smith at

Or visit one of these pages below to learn about different opportunities.

Room in the Inn & Other Mission Work

St. Stephen is very active in several local mission programs, including Room in the Inn, Sack Lunch Mission for the Presbyterian Night Shelter, The Samaritan House, Angel Tree (at Christmas), and Backpack Ministries through Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services, all of which you can find on our Serve page.