2018 Capital Campaign

The St. Stephen’s “500”

Priorities

  1. Replace Fellowship Hall HVAC system (approx. $12,500)
  2. Refurbish front half of parking lot (approx. $80,000)
  3. Repair front atrium to the Worship Center (approx. $8,500

Projecting a total Campaign goal of $120,000


Theme

The St. Stephen’s “500” Race to the Finish Line

  • $20 buys a steering wheel
  • $50 buys a tire
  • $100 buys a transmission
  • $500 buys an engine
  • $1,000 buys a race car

We need 120 race cars to run the St. Stephen’s “500”

Once we have a race car, we will park it in the race track pit until we have the entire 120 cars necessary to run the race…they will all be winners!

                                       

How to Participate

There are three ways to donate to this Capital Campaign


1. You can write out a check to St. Stephen’s UMC and place “St. Stephens 500” or “Capital Campaign” in the memo line of the check.  This can be placed in the Sunday morning offering, dropped off at the church office or mailed to the church.


2. Click here to go the “Giving” tab on our website. Fill in the amount on “Building Fund” and follow the instructions as provided.


3. Cash offering envelopes are available from the ushers or in the office. Please earmark them for “St. Stephen’s 500”


We ask that you only make contributions to this above and in addition to your donations to the church budget.

 

father's day celebration

SUnday, June 17

"The Great adventure"

The theme for this Sunday is going to be “The Great Adventure.” We will have a pancake breakfast for all after the 9:30 a.m. service, a card and gift for every man in attendance, a skit, a video about "adventure memories", and more! The pancake breakfast will be served by our youth and will include bacon, sausage, donuts, and bagels! 

project share

FEATURED MINISTRY OPPORTUNITY: PROJECT SHARE


Mark your calendars for Project Share on Friday, June 29.

Project Share is a community outreach for the hungry of Albuquerque that is open for dinner six nights a week, Monday through Saturday, from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Guest chefs come from faith-based organizations, businesses, civic groups, and individual families.


St. Stephen's serves at Project Share every fifth Friday of the month. We need people to help serve food at the center, as well as people to provide donations of needed items.


Please contact the Church Office regarding Project Share. More information and sign-up sheets is available in Fellowship Hall. 

 

community of hope

Community of Hope is a worship service for the homeless, that’s now in its 6th year. It is held at 1:00 p.m. on Sundays at the First UMC located in Downtown Albuquerque. St. Stephen's provides food and helps serve once a quarter. The menu will be lasagna, salad, and fruit cups. Our next time to serve is Sunday, July 1. Sign-up sheets are located in the Fellowship Hall.

 

VBS: SHipwrecked! RESCUED by jesus!

Mark your calendars for Vacation Bible School 2018 - Shipwrecked! Rescued by Jesus. VBS this year will be held from July 9-13 from 9:00 am to 12 noon (yes, we are now holding daytime VBS!). 


Visit vbspro.events/p/st-stephens to register!


Interested in volunteering? There is a place for you! Please contact Jo Lynne Anderson. 

AFRICAN CHILDREN'S CHOIR 

Join us on Sunday, July 22 for the African Children's Choir at the 9:30 am and 11:00 am services. More information to come. Please contact Jo Lynne Anderson for more details and/or if you have questions. Visit africanchildrenschoir.com for more information about this organization. 

adult sunday school

"the quest" a beth moore study led by lindy rech

Started Sunday, June 3.

Sundays, 11:00 a.m. in Room 19. 


“Explore how God created us to seek after him – a God who desires to be found and known.  In this life-long quest of faith, learn to develop your intimacy with him and embrace the adventure that comes with living a life for God.”


 

bible land exploration tour

WALK WHERE JESUS ONCE WALKED...


Join Pastor John and Pastor Todd on an unforgettable Bible Land Exploration Tour!


October 15-24, 2018


Price starts at $4,096.


Contact Grant Claycomb for information.


Updated brochures with new information are now available at the Welcome Center. Click here for more information.