Description: Administrative Assistant-PART-TIME (M-F, 30 hours a week) –Position will become Full-time June 1st, 2015
Administrative Assistant Job Purpose: To provide administrative, secretarial and worship support for the Pastors and Staff of St. Stephen.
Administrative Assistant Job Duties:
- General administrative duties, including: answering phones, scheduling appointments and maintaining the calendar for the senior pastor
- Prepares reports, lists, & labels by collecting and inputting information in Church Windows.
- Act as the liaison between the Care Team and Pastoral Staff
- Provides worship service support: weekly uploads, announcements and outlines
- Oversees the scheduling of the Computer Graphics Team
- Assists with special projects when needed
- Maintains church calendar
- Schedules and provides details for baptisms, weddings & funerals
- Assists Ministry Support Lead and Staff
- Contributes to team effort by helping when special projects arise
Please email resumes to: Carolyn@ststephen.org by Monday, November 3rd
Position start date: Monday, December 8th
The Annual Silent Auction and Luncheon sponsored by W.E.L.C.A. is Sunday, November 9th, in the Parish Hall, after 11:00am service. Bid on handmade crafts and baked goods. A children’s table will be available for kids to buy gifts for their families. A delicious lunch will be served. All are welcome! Buy a ticket this weekend for a drawing for a beautiful quilt made by our St. Stephen "Piece" Makers Quilting Group. Tickets are $5.00 each or 3 for $10.00. The winner of the quilt drawing will be announced at the Silent Auction.
This is a last call for all who are donating a hand-crafted item, gift basket or home baked item to be bid on. Bring in your items by October 31st.
Funds from Thrivent Financial, along with the proceeds from the auction, will be donated to help organizations serving our community.
Contact Melissa Lue for more information 407-864-9786 or email@example.com for more information, if you are planning to donate to the Silent Auction or if you would be able to help set up and/or clean up.
Come to our 7th Annual Trunk or Treat on Sunday, Oct. 26th, 5:00—7:00pm—Church parking lot—Cookout, games, trick or treating from the decorated trunks and a spooky house. Prizes given for best costumes and best decorated trunk. Come be a part of this Annual Halloween party! Fun for all ages!
- Bring your family to the event! Bring your neighbors to the event!
- Decorate your trunk! 30 trunks are needed to decorate and pass out candy during the event. Please see Nicole Eastwood if you would like some creative decorating ideas!
- We also need individually-wrapped candy for the participating trunks to give out to the children. See the collection box in the Narthex. Chocolate is ok. All candy donations need to be turned in by Oct. 25th.
- A donation of gift certicates are needed to celebrate the best costume, best trunk, and for door prizes. Please turn these gift certificates to the office.
Save the Date - Sunday, October 26th - 5:00 - 7:00PM Oktoberfest at St. Stephen
Our annual celebration will begin at 5pm with face painting, games and contests for the children followed by
an extravaganza of food. Save you appetite for traditional potato salad, red cabbage, sauerkraut, bratwurst, and mac/cheese and hot dogs for kiddies.
Oh and did I mention the beer? We are also planning for strolling minstrels playing appropriate alpine music.
A new tradition starting this year is our bake-off. Please bring a dessert for tasting by our culinary judges. German delicacies will be a special
treat, but any homemade bakery specialty can be judged. Fabulous prizes for the winners.
If you would like to participate in the bake-off, or if you can help with setup, breakdown or serving, please email Carolyn@ststephen.org.
Look for the fall giving tree in the Narthex starting next weekend—Nov 1/2, through Nov. 15/16th. Please take an envelope off one of the trees and put it in the offering plate with your donation. $20 will buy a Payless gift card for a new pair of shoes for children. We do this project with the Christian Sharing Center—and W.E.L.C.A. sponsors it again this year. Thrivent Financial will be providing additional funding for this project. Please dig deep into your pocket to make this our best year yet. If you write a check, please make it payable to St. Stephen WELCA. Thank you!
St. Stephen is providing non-perishable foods for a year for feeding school-age children in need at Spring Lake Elementary School. Please join in by bringing your food donations to the clear bins in the Clerestory or in the Narthex.
September: Vienna Sausages, oatmeal, pasta, granola/breakfast bars
October: crackers, canned fruit or fruit cups, raisins, rice
November: beans, peanut butter, soup, jelly or jam, mac & cheese, canned vegetables
Rabbi Circle meet on Wednesdays-5:30pm- CLC Community Room
For Fall Rabbi's Circle:
From the Mouth of Jesus: Encounters with Jesus' Parables of the Kingdom, Judgment, and Grace
Sept. 5: FTMOJ - Hearing the Parables, Matt 13:24-35
Sept. 10: FTMOJ - The Sower, Matt 13:1-20 (kingdom)
Sept.17: FTMOJ - The Lamp and the Growing Seed, Matt 5:15 and Mark 4:26-29 (kingdom)
Sept. 24: FTMOJ - The Net, Matt 17:47-50 (kingdom)
Oct. 1: FTMOJ - The Mustard Seed and the Leaven, Matt 13:31-33 (kingdom)
Oct. 8: FTMOJ - They Eye of the Needle, Mark 10:17-27 (judgment)
Oct. 15: FTMOJ - The Wedding Banquet, Matt 22:1-14 (judgment)
Oct. 22: FTMOJ - The Laborers in the Vineyard, Matt 20:1-16 (judgment)
Oct. 29: FTMOJ - The Coin in the Fish's Mouth, Matt 17:24-27 (grace)
Nov. 5: FTMOJ - The Lost Sheep, Matt 18:10-14 (grace)
Nov. 12: FTMOJ - The Prodigal Son, Luke 15:11-32 (grace)
Nov. 19: FTMOJ - The Good Samaritan, Luke 10:29-37 (grace)
For Winter/Spring 2015 Rabbi's Circle
In the End, The Beginning: Learning to see the Christian faith through the lens of the Resurrection (based on Jurgen Moltmann's work by the same name)
Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28; Feb. 4, 11; Apr. 15, 22, 29; May 6, 13.
Hey all you mommies out there, a new season of MOPs is here and we are making branches!
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is a faith based support network of women who share the common bond of children ages birth through kindergarten. Our group meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 9:30 - 11:30 starting Tuesday, September 16th, and now our NEW MOPs/MOMs group for mothers through school age children, will meet on the last Monday night of the month from 6:00-7:30 pm starting Monday, September 29th.These meetings are designed for mothers, or guardian of children from infancy to school age, but all are welcome to come hear our guest speakers! For more information, contact Angie Underwood at firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.mops.org
Stepping Stones Early Childhood Center
Call 407-772-5600 x 210 for a tour
Ask About Registration Discounts!
Caring for children ages 6 weeks—5 years
Monday—Friday, 7:30 AM—5:30 PM
Flexible Full Time or Part Time scheduling
Small class sizes
Experienced, Nurturing Teachers
Faith-based, Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum
DCF License # C18SE0264