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A Goodbye and a Hello

by Editor

July 20 marks the last Sunday in the interim ministry of the Rev. Mary Slenski, who has piloted us through the last eighteen months, intentionally preparing us to welcome a new rector to St. Stephen’s. She has now taken on a new interim position at the Church of the Nativity in Indianapolis. We at St. […]

Holypalooza II Is Coming!

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Last year’s joint worship, meal, and block party with our church neighbors, Centenary United Methodist, Central Presbyterian, and United Campus Ministries, was a truly fun and meaningful event. This year we’re planning a reprise on September 21, with a joint service element included. More details to come!  

Tag Sale Report

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Thanks so much to everyone who stepped up to make our 9th Annual Spring Cleaning Tag Sale a success. Expenses and a few donations are still out, but we made approximately $1350 for the Salvation Army Summer Food Pantry. That’s a lot of soup and peanut butter for kids who normally get subsidized lunches and […]

Tag Sale Update: Countdown to Friday

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Preparations for our 9th Annual Spring Cleaning Tag Sale are well underway. Signs are out front, ads are in the paper and on Craigslist, the Great Hall and cloister room are filling up—all looking forward to Friday at 6, when our Sneak Preview sale begins. A few things to keep in mind: It’s not too […]

Tag Sale Home Stretch

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Thanks so much to those of you who have signed up to help with the Tag Sale. This is the big week, leading up to our sale Friday evening and Saturday morning. Remember that this is our biggest annual outreach program, with proceeds going directly to the Salvation Army summer food pantry! Click HERE for […]

What’s Special to Me About St. Stephen’s—by James Campbell

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This weekend Rev. Mary and I were talking about St. Stephen’s Church and what it means to me. She suggested I write about something that is special to me. Easter Sunday 1865, the Sunday school presented to the church the silver chalice and paten we use weekly except during Easter & Christmas seasons. That was […]