Reaching Beyond Our Walls

The outreach efforts and support of our parish center around three main focus areas –

Issues Facing Youth
Alleviating Hunger
Alleviating Homelessness

Learn more about our partners, including ways YOU can get involved, by visiting any of the following ministry pages.

MinistryFocus Area
66 West Apartments
An inter-denominational partnership with Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative to provide housing for formally homeless young adults in the Southwest metro.
Young Adult Homelessness
EpiscoBuilders
A partnership with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity to provide housing in the Twin Cities metro.
Homelessness
First Nations Kitchen
A partnership with 7 metro area Episcopal Churches to support an organization providing meals to indigenous people who would not otherwise have access to high-quality, fresh organic food.
Hunger
Grant Community Preschool
A 40+ year partnership with Community Covenant Church in North Minneapolis to provide a kindergarten readiness program to the children of the neighborhood.
Youth
Holy Cross Anglican School, Belize
An international mission to support the school through service in construction, maintenance, teaching and more!
Youth
Families Moving Forward, Keys to Success Program
An inter-denominational mentoring partnership in a program designed to help families exiting shelters to find and maintain sustainable housing.
Homelessness
Loaves & Fishes
A partnership with a program whose mission is to provide nutritious meals to those facing hunger in Minnesota in an atmosphere of hospitality at site locations where the need is greatest.
Hunger
Meals on Wheels
A 30 year partnership to bring nutrition and independence weekly to home bound seniors and people with disabilities.
Hunger
Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People (VEAP)
Stephen’s contributes hundreds of pounds of food, countless school supplies and other donations each year to an organization aimed at serving those in need throughout our community
Youth, Hunger
White Earth Nation
For the last 4 summers, youth and adults from St. Stephen’s have traveled to northern Minnesota, forming strong relationships with the people of Rice Lake, which sits on the White Earth Indian Reservation.
Youth