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Parish Activities for LENT

Stations of the Cross

Fridays in Lent

Christ the King
at 6:30 PM
March 17, 24, 31

St. Stephen
Guided stations at 12:00 PM, open for outdoor station until 6:00 PM 
Good Friday Guided Stations at 6:00 PM

Lenten Scripture Studies

Fridays in Lent

Join us on the Fridays of Lent at 10:00 am in the Christ the King Ministry Center Chapel for prayer and a study of the Lenten Sunday scripture readings. 

March 10, 17, 24, 31

Centering Prayer & Lectio Divina

Participants will be introduced to and practice Lectio Divina (Divine Reading) and Centering Prayer

March 21st & 28th
7:00-8:00 PM in the Parish Hall

Reconciliation Services

Parish Reconciliation Services

Christ the King
Saturday March 25th at 3:00 PM
Monday March 27th at 6:00 PM

St. Stephen
Friday March 24th at 6:00 PM

Lenten Soup & Video Presentation
"The Passion of the Christ"

Come for Lenten Soup (free), and watch the video;
“The Passion of the Christ”

Thursday, March 30th, 6:30pm at St. Stephen Hall

The movie will be preceded by a talk on antisemitism in the movie and among Christians by Rabbi Roberto Graetz, Rabbi Emeritus from Temple Isaiah Lafayette.

Adult Faith Formation
Lenten Series 2023

This Lent we are offering a number of events to help you strengthen your relationship with Jesus.  We invite you to take advantage of as many of these opportunities as possible.

-Lenten Scripture Study on Fridays in Lent
-Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina
-Lenten Retreat - Compassion on our Spiritual Journey with Fr. Michael Moore
-Lenten Soup & Video Presentation of "The Passion of the Christ"

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Staying Connected


The financial statement summarizes the St Stephen Parish financial performance for 2022 and the operating budget for 2023. it can be found here.

Our parishioners continued their generous financial support in 2022. Mass attendance, while improving, has not fully recovered from the effects of the pandemic; however, plate collections for the year remained strong at 90% of pre-pandemic levels. Operating costs were effectively controlled - and we continue to rely on our volunteers for administration, office staff, bookkeeping and many other functions. As a result, we ended the year “in the black” with operating revenues exceeding costs by $38,000. These funds are being used to contribute to the costs of improvements to our facilities.

For 2023 we are conservatively budgeting for breakeven operations. We will be incurring some nonrecurring maintenance, repair and other costs as we prepare for the merger of St Stephen and Christ the King parishes. Also, ongoing inflationary pressures continue to affect operating expenses. In response, we are implementing cost reduction efficiencies in anticipation of the merger. For example, we now have a combined music staff from which musicians are assigned for the Masses at St Stephen and CTK, resulting in consistent music quality. During 2023 we will proceed with the combination of other operations in the areas of finance, maintenance and certain administrative functions.

Over the past three years we have been working to improve our facilities. Completed projects include repaving and restriping of the parking lot, upgrading of parking lot and pathway lighting, replacement of wood siding panels on the church, new appliances in the parish hall kitchen and the new sound system in the church. More improvements are planned - replacement of the heating/air conditioning system in the church, upgrading of the restrooms in the parish hall, repairs to the flooring in the hall and cleaning of carpets in the church.

Thanks to your continued support and generosity, our parish continues to be in sound financial condition as we move toward the merger with Christ the King.

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Mass Times

Monday - Friday
9:00am (and livestreamed)
5:40pm Rosary (and livestreamed on Facebook)

Thursday  Our Lady of Perpetual Help
5:40pm Rosary & 6:00pm Mass (and livestreamed)

First Friday Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Mass
5:00pm - 6:00pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament followed by Mass ( and livestreamed)

9:00am (and livestreamed)
3:00pm - 3:30pm Confessions
4:00pm Vigil Mass (livestreamed)

10:30am (and livestreamed)
11:30am - 12:00pm (drive-thru Communion)

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Winter Nights at Christ the King

After a two-year absence due to the pandemic, the Winter Nights program is returning to CTK from Monday, April 17 to Monday, May 1. The mission of Winter Nights is to provide shelter to homeless families and help families break the homelessness cycle.

We’re looking for volunteers to donate their time and talent in several roles: set-up and take- down; dinner preparation and service; weekend breakfast preparation and service; tutoring; laundry; and other special skills.

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Bishop's Ministries Appeal

The Bishop’s Ministries Appeal is an annual campaign to generate funds to cover the costs of the Diocese of Oakland’s ministries, programs, and services. It is a direct appeal to the people of the diocese, urging their support in the form of a pledge or a gift to supplement the ministry budget.

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