CHURCH: 727-849-4330

Thrift Store: 727-846-1378


Sunday Mass Times 8 AM and 10 AM

5326 Charles Street

New Port Richey, Florida 34652

A community of 
giving and caring

St Stephen's Episcopal Church 

Community Outreach Program


School will soon be out and the need for food will increase for many families

in our community. Please, consider picking up just one or two 

nonperishable food items to donate to our food collection.

Donations can be dropped off on Sundays during Mass times,

the Parish office during open hours and at our

thrift shop, open Monday - Saturday 10AM - 2PM

Thank you.




Annual school supplies collection has ended for school year 2023-24. 

Thank you all for your generosity in the donations and to the volunteers. 

You are all a blessing to the students and teachers. 




Annual Thanksgiving food drive of non-perishable food donated to local food pantry

The 2023 food drive is now closed. The donations were delivered to First United

Methodist Churn in New Port Richey. The SUV was packed thanks to church members,

neighbors, thrift shop customers, groups and more. 

Thank you Jack and Matthew for loading the car and Melanie for 

delivering it.

It was a huge outpouring of love and support to
our brothers and sisters in need.



Non-perishable food is collected throughout the year for the local food pantry

located at First United Methodist Church, New Port Richey.




"The Giving Tree" collection of Christmas gifts for children in Head Start and PVK

at James M. Marlowe Elementary School


THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR RESPONSE
TO THIS YEAR'S ANGEL GIVING TREE

Over 70 gifts were collected for James M. Marlowe Elementary School's students
in the Head Start Program and PVK




Photos from previous food donations to 

First United Methodist Church

Rev. Hunter with Pastor Betty Baley of First United Church

 

  The group from St. Stephens with a few 

First United Methodist Church Parishioners

 



Rev. Hunter with Pastor Batey.  

Second from left  is Vonnie Maytum who is head of 

the Food Pantry

                                       





The room was full of gifts from the Angel Giving Tree participants - Dec. 2023
The sleigh was packed with the gifts, ready to take the magic of Christmas to the students - Dec. 2023
Father Walcott Hunter and Ms. Geidy Martinez from James M. Marlowe Elementary School Dec. 2023
Melanie Ayotte, Father Hunter, Ms. Martinez and Carol Morrow - Dec. 2023
Annual School Supplies Drive delivered to two local elementary schools August 2023