Since 1986 At Jacob’s Well has provided the best supportive housing for homeless, chronically mentally ill men and women with the hope of ending their homelessness by creating a permanent supportive community. The At Jacob’s Well Community provides housing and supportive services to homeless mentally ill men and women. The program promotes dignity, accountability and self esteem in order to improve the quality of life and residential stability of their clients.
On the first Sunday of each month, St Stephen’s collects donations for At Jacob’s Well. Consumable household goods (such as paper towels, toilet paper, bleach and household cleaners, dish detergent, and large trash bags) and non-perishable foods (such as mac and cheese, pastas and sauces, peanut butter and jelly, oatmeal and grits) are always in great demand. Please leave your donations by the Baptismal Font at the back of the church.
Give the gift of life! An hour of your time and a pint of your blood can make a difference for three people. Plan on giving the gift of life at St Stephen’s next blood drive. Drives are held four times a year: call the office or check our blog to get the details on the next drive.
Our Prayer Circle offers prayer daily for people on the Prayer List and guests of the Joseph Richey Hospice. To add a name to the list, or to the visiting list, or to join the Prayer Chain, call the office at (410) 560-6776.