But who am I, and who are my people, that we should be able to give as generously as this?
Everything comes from you, and we have given you only what comes from your hand.”
~ 1 Chronicles 29:14
Thank you for your support!
God provides for the ministry of our church through your tithes and offerings and your gifts are honored with faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and accountability to our lead team and denomination. It’s more than keeping the lights on and the gears turning; it’s about personal worship to God and handing Him back what He already owns…and it’s about lives changing through the transformative power of the Gospel in our region and beyond.
The most common way parishioners give is by using envelopes that are available to every registered household. In addition to the weekly offering to the parish, envelopes also include major Holy Days and 2nd collections for supported charities. If you are not receiving the packet of envelopes and wish to do so, please contact our office.
Some of our parishioners prefer to use online banking. Feel free to use your current online banking service. Simply create St. Stephen Church as one of your Payees then setup a recurring payment to make your donation.
For your convenience and to support regular giving, St. Stephen provides an online giving option which includes all major credit cards. This option is safe, secure and convenient. Click on the Online Giving button below or complete an enrollment form and send to the parish office. The Christ the King office (925-682-2486) can supply you with assistance if needed for setting this up.
We share the online giving with Christ the King. To ensure that your contributions come to St. Stephen, be sure to use the Online Giving link on this page. It will take you directly to the St. Stephen donations page. If your donation is for a special collection, use the line item "Gifts to St. Stephen" and in the memo line type in the name of the 2nd collection. If you use the link provided on the CTK website, be sure to select the appropriate St. Stephen line item.