The menu this week includes Jambalaya, Steamed Rice, Oriental Vegetables, Garlic Toast, Salad...
The next Baptism Class will be Sunday, November 5, at 1:00 p.m. in the Parish Center for parents...
Several Parishioners have asked Deacon Aaron for his notes to the "Wednesdays with the Deacon." Just...
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults sessions began September 10, but it's not too late to...
Merciful Mufflers is a ministry that provides prayer shawls and lap robes to members of the...
what we have received from You.”
- Chronicles 29:14
Stewardship is a way of life.
It is a way of participating in our Church and a way of bringing God into the center of our daily life. The roots of stewardship can be found in our biblical tradition which reveals our relationship to God as Creator and Giver of all gifts. To be a steward means we are not owners of these gifts but, rather, grateful caretakers and servants.
As stewards, Christian living means that we view our resources of time, talent and treasure as gifts from God. We don’t “possess” or “own” the resources, but we are entrusted with them to nurture their growth and use them wisely. Stewardship means that we choose to use to use our resources to reach out to others and build God’s kingdom of love, justice, peace.