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In addition to this Web site, St. Stephen's communicates with parishioners and the larger community in a number of ways:
The Spirit, a weekly newsletter, includes a reflection written by a parishioner or member of the clergy or lay staff; announcements; a calendar and other information.
+ copies are inserted in service bulletins each Sunday
+ copies are placed at Information Central and on Welcome Tables throughout the parish house each week after the Sunday services
+ by email; you may subscribe to receive the reflection each week with a link to a PDF version online (or you can bookmark this page and return to it each week)
+ by First Class mail; for $25 per year (our cost), you may receive this newsletter via First Class mail each week; we mail it on Fridays. Please send a check payable to St. Stephen's with your name and USPS address to the parish office, 6000 Grove Avenue, Richmond, VA 23226.
The Spirit: September 1 | September 8 | September 15 | September 22 | September 29 | October 6 | October 13 | October 20 | October 27 | November 3 | November 10 | November 17 | November 24 | December 1 | December 8
The eSpirit, a weekly e-newsletter, and specialized newsletters for targeted audiences; subscribe below. You will receive a confirmation email from Constant Contact which will allow you to make your selections; you are under no obligation, and you may unsubscribe at any time. We will not share your email address with anyone. An archive of recent issues is here.
Seasons of the Spirit, a quarterly newsletter that is mailed to all parishioners four times a year: Advent (late fall), Lent/Easter (winter), Pentecost 1 (spring) and Penecost 2 (summer/early fall). PDFs of recent issues: Pentecost 2 (2011) | Advent/Christmas/Epiphany (2011-12) | Lent/Easter (2012) | Pentecost 1 (2012) | Pentecost 2 (2012) | Advent/Christmas/Epiphany (2012-13) | Lent/Easter (2013) | Pentecost 1 (2013) | Pentecost 2 (2013)
Read Seasons of the Spirit, Winter 2013 | Advent, Christmas, Epiphany
Information Central, a large table and magnetic bulletin board outside the parish office (across from Palmer Hall); literature, flyers, sign up sheets and more are placed at this table.
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