Living out our Christian discipleship means that we are good stewards – that we are truly thankful, responsible and generous caretakers of God’s many blessings. As disciples, we are called to follow in Jesus’ example of his complete self-gift by:
God has entrusted us with the gifts of material creation, our individual vocation, and the living out of God’s mission through the Church. Gratefully caring for these gifts leads to these tangible examples of stewardship in our daily lives:
STEWARDSHIP – A Way of Life
Stewardship is not a program or a fundraising effort or a capital campaign. It is about a life of Christian discipleship and there are astonishing implications for our relationships and daily lives. We can experience life-shaping changes of mind and heart when we commit ourselves to the Lord. We may ask ourselves, “What does Stewardship mean in my life?” Our gratitude for God’s many gifts can be expressed through our prayer, worship, offerings and action. Christian stewardship is actively returning to God a portion of the many gifts – our time in prayer, our talent and our treasure – that we have been given.
As God’s faithful servants, we are called to Stewardship as a way of life by:
2017 Stewardship Renewal - Many of you had some great questions about our recent Stewardship Renewal process. Father Peter and the Stewardship Council worked together to help address those questions. Please CLICK HERE for an update & FAQ sheet on our 1st annual Stewardship Renewal.