COMMUNITY & OUTREACH
As a beacon of Christ's Light in the World, St. Stephen's sponsors and participates in fellowship
and service projects within the parish, in our local community, and across the globe.
How do you want to change the World today?
Please call the Church office at 661-259-7307 if you are interested in volunteering for any of these programs.
is a local ministry assisting those in need with their laundry cleaning at a local laundromat. Our volunteers participate monthly with laundry needs and machine coins.
Family Promise brings shelter, meals and support services to families without homes.
is a program collecting and then distributing new toys and clothing to the children of the incarcerated individuals during the holiday seasons.
Angel Interfaith Network
Angel Interfaith Network (www.angelinterfaith.net) is a tax-exempt charitable organization which relies on "like new" donations from the generous members of St. Stephen's Church for the poor patients of US+LAC Hospital. Contact Malcom Blue
UCLA Blood Drives
are held several times each year at St. Stephen's
SCV Food Pantry
distributes food to many in our community.
St. Stephen's participates with food offerings donated weekly by our members and given to both the SCV Food Pantry and the Lutheran Church of Hope Pantry
Bridge to Home
is Santa Clarita's homeless shelter providing food, showers and overnight shelter seasonally to many in dire need. We assist the Shelter with contributions of volunteer effort, food and monetary donations.
Used Eyeglasses Ministry
Used Eyeglasses Ministry collects used eyewear and donated them to an agency who restores and refurbishes them for the poor. Contact Malcom Blue
allows us to collect school supplies and children's books for distribution throughout the area.
St. Stephen's SAGES
is our seniors group and meets monthly for fellowship and ministry projects. Lunch is always included!
Daughters of the King
is an international group of prayer and service encouraging the spiritual nature of women around the world through local groups such as St. Stephen's "Women at the Well" Chapter
The Order of St. Luke
seeks to employ healing of body and spirit through prayer and hands-on touch. Opportunities to participate are available on alternate Sundays throughout the year
Hygiene Kits are assembled periodically under direction of Rosa Holdredge and are donated to Homeless patients by A.I.N or given locally to SCV's Homeless Shelter Clients
Pastoral Ministries provide telephone or personal visitation to shut-ins, hospital & bed /board facilities. We will bring Eucharist and/or offer Healing prayer! Call Church Office
Episcopal Relief & Development
is our national Church's service arm around the World, it provides critical help to distressed populations with food, shelter, medicine and other life-giving aid