Family Life Committee Events
Basket Raffle Winners
Our Election Day Spaghetti Dinner is also cancelled for 2020, due to Covid-19 and
Social Distancing issues.
RADA Cutlery Fundraiser
Catalogs are now available. Orders are due October 25, 2020 with payment made to St. Stephen Church.
Orders should be ready for pickup
November 21, 2020. We will keep you updated. It looks like there are a few new items in the catalog.
Any questions please call Deb Leese at
Grandma Ann's Thanksgiving Pie Sale
The Thanksgiving pie sale is approaching and we are again asking for donations of ingredients to defray the cost of making the pies. The list of ingredients needed are on signup sheets in the gathering space. Please bring in your donations by November 8th.
Saturday and Sunday Masses will resume
June 13th and June 14th
Saturday Evening Mass at 4:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass Time at 12-Noon
Confessions: By Appointment
In case of an Emergency and you need to contact
Father Fairman, please call the
Everett Parish Office at
Please follow all guidelines when entering the church.
A Face Mask Is Required
Requirements for Church visits are as follows:
-Physical distancing of at least 6 feet between non-household members must be observed.
- Face mask required
- If you and/or a family member are not feeling well please stay at home
Disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer are available in Church vestibule.
WELCOME BACK TO CHURCH
There will be certain restrictions at Mass, by request of the Bishop. Those who come to Mass will have to bring a mask. Also, we will have to be spread out in order to keep social distancing. In addition, the recommendation is not to sing. We will not have a procession with the gifts; we will not have our usual altar servers. It will be a very simple Mass, but still meaningful.
For the distribution of Communion, there will be no physical contact for those who receive Communion in the hand. Those who wish to receive on the tongue will have to wait until all others have received.
The obligation to come to Mass is still not in place yet. If you are sick or at-risk, it is perfectly understandable to stay at home. We welcome you back to church when you are ready. If you are at minimal risk, you should probably be fine to come back to Mass, with distancing and masks. If you are not sure, don’t hesitate to ask.
Any questions please contact Father Fairman