When, Where, Who…
91 Years of welcoming hospitality….
There are many other things that could be said about our Church and our Parish in particular, but why not come and see for yourself? You’ll probably find friends and relatives here, folks you grew up with, and most especially a warm and friendly welcome. If you are looking for a welcoming faith community, grounded in Catholic Tradition, with a family-like atmosphere, why not give St. Stephen’s a try?
To help establish God’s Kingdom on earth through the grace and virtue of love, justice, and dedication to the will of God and to bring this love and compassion to our community by opening our house of worship to all who wish to enter.
Sunday Holy Mass at 8 and 9:30am
School of Christian Living at 10:45 am
Address: We are located on the west side of New Holland Road (PA Route 625) south of the borough of Kenhorst about 1/4 mile south of the intersection with Philadelphia Ave. (PA Route 724).
20 St. Stephen’s Church Lane
Reading, PA 19607
Pastor: The Very Reverend Donald E. Wunderlich
Office and Rectory: 610-775-4559
Church Hall: 610-775-4758
Latest News and Events
We’d love for you to be there…
We will be holding our annual “Oplatek Dinner” after Mass on Sunday, January 12th at 12:00 Noon. There will be only one Mass this day at 11:00 AM. Tickets may still be available. Call for info. ADULTS – $12.00 CHILDREN (under 12) – $6.00 I hope to see everyone there.
The Sacrament Of Confirmation, October 27th
On Sunday, October 27th, there will be only one Mass at 9AM. We once again have the honor of hosting a visit by the Rt. Rev. Bernard Nowicki, the Bishop Ordinary of the Central Diocese of the Polish National Catholic Church. Bishop Nowicki will be here to confer the Sacrament of Confirmation on two of …
United Y.M.S. of R. 5th Annual Golf Outing
The United Y.M.S. of R. 5th Annual Golf Outing will be held on August 17th at the Panorama Golf Course, Forest City PA. For more information click here.
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