St. Stephen's Church Website
Karen A. Cammarata - Business Manager
email@example.com 716-773-7647 ext #104
Office: Sandy Beyer or Helen Lemme - 716-773-7647 ext #100
Events: Daily Mass Monday - Friday 7:30 A.M. and 12:05 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M., and 4:30 P.M. Sunday 7:00 A.M., 9:00 A.M. & 11:00 A.M. Open to All
Help: Promote and support our church and promote and support the events that we sponsor!
Strengths: A strong, stable, faith filled community that has open arms for all who enter through our doors.
“I have told you these things so that in Me you will have peace. In this world you will have trouble, but take heart, I have overcome the world!” John 16:33
St. Stephen's Bible Study Programs - August 2012
St. Stephen Church, 2100 Baseline Rd., Grand Island is offering four different Bible studies beginning in September. Registrations need to be in by August 22. Please go to the parish web site www.ststephenswny.com and go to the ministries link for full details and applications.
flyer for complete information.
(New) School Supplies Needed
Book bags, erasers, ballpoint pens, highlighters, primary & regular crayons, magic markers, loose leaf paper and composition notebooks.
Also folders, glue, scissors, #2 pencils, rulers & colored pencils, 3-ring binders and small tissue packages
This is a Spring Project for families, school children, discussion and prayer groups or anyone wishing to assist the Ladies of Charity. Place your donations in specially marked boxes in the St. Stephen's narthex, from April 9 through May, 14, 2012. Monetary donations are also accepted.
For more information, call Angelo and Barbara LaDuca, 773-2888. Supplies may also be dropped off at 139 Parkview Drive, Grand Island, NY 14072.
Thinking about the end of our lives is probably no one’s favorite topic.
However, in an age of changing health care, technological advancements, and political pressures, it is important to know what Saint Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church teaches about end of life issues. Whether you are concerned for a loved one who is growing older or are growing older yourself, it is important to understand these issues before you are faced with difficult decisions.
End of Life Seminar at St. Stephen Church - March 2012
The Respect Life Committee at Saint Stephen Church is presenting a seminar on End of Life issues from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 24, 2012. Jann Armantrout, Diocese of Rochester Life Issues Coordinator, will be the speaker. The church is located at 2100 Baseline Road, Grand Island, NY. Refreshments will be served.
St. Stephen's church will host a Divine Mercy Mission at two retreats that will be held starting Wednesday, March 28, 2012. A two-day morning retreat or a three-day evening retreat will be available. The retreats will be presented by the Marian Fathers from the National Shrine of Divine Mercy located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. See information for more details.
Divine Mercy Mission - March 2012
St. Stephen's Catholic Charities Drive Begins - March 2012
Members of the committee pictured from left are Maria Schory, George Minton, Eileen Minton, Jo Ann Linenfelser, Dan Linenfelser, Fr. Nogaro.Katie Crombe from Catholic Charities spoke at the masses at St. Stephen's Church (March 10-11 weekend) about the upcoming Catholic Charities Drive. Ms. Crombe is part of a small group of young people with Catholic Charities who works with immigrants. She spoke about the work she does as part of the many diverse services provided by Catholic Charities to people of any ethnic or religious background. Fr. Paul Nogaro, pastor of St. Stephen's said that last year the people of Grand Island contributed over $180,000 to the Drive, and that total was up some from the previous year. He said that in the 12 years he has been at St. Stephen's, Grand Islanders have donated a total of over 2 million dollars.
The goal of this year's Drive is $10,600,000, the Patron is Blessed John Paul II, and the theme is "With your help, We are strong." The drive runs through Palm Sunday, April 1, and donations may be made at the weekend masses, or by contacting the rectory at 773 7647.