Receive Support

Life can be challenging, but at St. Stephen’s, you don’t have to go through it alone.

It’s our privilege to support each other during all stages and phases of life. Whatever you’re facing, we know that the first step to receiving the care you need is to reach out. Clergy and lay people are available to provide a variety of support. We encourage you to seek help from any of our ministries and services listed below. You may call the church office at 952-920-0595 for assistance or use the emails provided.

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Pastoral Care
The ministry of caring is at the heart of the clergy's calling. Our clergy are available to meet you in whatever need you may have.
Rev. Tom Cook or Rev. Lisa Wiens Heinsohn
Eucharistic Visitors
Receiving Holy Communion is a vital part of life at St. Stephen's and that need is often strong during times of trial. Eucharist Visitors are commissioned volunteers who are available to visit and bring Holy Communion to you if you are unable to attend regular worship services.
Church Office
BeFrienders
If you are seeking a support from someone with a caring heart and active ear in your time of need, our BeFriends Ministry volunteers can provide it. Our team has experience to share in the gift of confidential presence, active listening, and a non-judgmental attitude. Reach out today for assistance.
Church Office
Prayer Chain
Prayer Chain is a means to activate the healing power of prayer. The Chain participates in intercessory prayers for members and friends of our congregation. If you or someone you know would like to be on the St. Stephen’s Prayer List and/or in the Prayers of the People at Sunday worship services contact us today.
Prayer Chain
Meal Ministry
Whether you are in a time of celebration or need, sometimes fixing a meal is the last thing you can tackle. In those times, reach out to the Meal Ministry. This ministry's volunteers prepare and deliver to our community members as needed.
Meal Ministry