Transforming Lives Through the Power of the Resurrected Christ

Grow closer to Jesus and find a parish family that will grow in fellowship with you. Saint Stephen is a Roman Catholic Church of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, primarily serving the neighborhoods of East Grand Rapids and southeast Grand Rapids.

Mass Times

Daily Mass

Mon, Thu, Fri
8:00 am
Wednesday
6:30 pm

Weekend Mass

Saturday
4:30 pm
Sunday
8:30 & 10:30 am

Confession & Adoration

Confession Times

Wednesday
5:15 to 6:15 pm
Saturday
3:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday
8:30 to 9:30 am
Wednesday
1:00 to 6:15 pm

Location

Saint Stephen Church
723 Rosewood Ave SE,
East Grand Rapids, MI 49506
616.243.8998
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Current Bulletin

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About the Parish

Saint Stephen is a Roman Catholic Church of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, primarily serving the neighborhoods of East Grand Rapids and southeast Grand Rapids. We are a small (475 families), friendly church with lots of active members, outreach ministries, and a solid faith formation program. We also have an excellent parish school. If you are looking for a Christian community where you can feel at home, please come and visit us.

Get Involved at Saint Stephen

We’d love to have you join us at Saint Stephen. There are many ways to get involved, including programs like Knights of Columbus, liturgical ministry, and faith formation. Need help? We’ve all been there, and we have established programs such as Family Promise, which provides emergency services to homeless children and their families, the Annettes, which provides help to those in need, and more. Browse all of our programs and find how you can get involved.

Catholic Services Appeal 2022

Annually, all of our parishes participate in the Catholic Services Appeal (CSA) that supports vital ministries, programs, and services impacting the lives of thousands throughout West Michigan. Through these ministries and services, we respond as a Catholic community to the summons of the beatitudes to feed the hungry, clothe the naked and comfort the sick, as well as to our baptismal call to be missionary disciples, spreading the Good news through Catholic school education, faith formation and communications.