Building a community of love and commitment
in a world of selfishness and pride
These days you’re more likely to see a selfie than a selfless act of service. We live in a culture that deals in the currency of give and take. Unconditional commitment and sacrificial love seem to have disappeared.
The solution isn’t good advice, the solution is the good news of Jesus Christ which saves us from sin’s tyranny in our lives.
St. Stephen Lutheran preaches the historic Christian faith—a faith that has consistently brought love, commitment, and life.
Make plans to attend a special screening of the feature-length film, “A Return to Grace” on Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 6:30pm at the Edwards Mira Mesa Stadium 18 theater. This is a unique, entertaining, and uplifting opportunity to celebrate the milestone 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation of the Church.
Join us for family fun and good food at the annual Harvest Fest from St. Stephen Lutheran.
Build a creative connection at Family Art Workshop. The November 2017 session of will feature mixed media creation of tree silhouettes.