Stewardship

                                                                                                      

 

STEWARDSHIP - What does it mean? 

A need to serve, to make a contribution in some way, is inherent in all of us.  However it is important to determine whether our desire to serve is a healthy one.  Check your motives.  Why are you thinking of doing it?  Is it out of a sense of obligation or guilt, or do you genuinely feel called to help in this area?  Is it going to bring out the best in you and others?  Listen to your body.  Does this choice make you feel lighthearted or heavyhearted? How will you feel afterward?  Whatever you decide, it’s important to keep balance in your decision. Too much or too little may not be healthiest choice.  Lastly, we need to reflect on who we are doing this for –hopefully the answer is God.

Click here to view the 2018 Stewardship Handbook of Ministries

Click here to view the 2018 Stewardship Time and Talent Form 

 
 

To read more on what we, as Catholics, believe about Stewardship

click here:  The Bishop's pastoral letter on Stewardship 

 
 
 

      Stewardship Team Members for 2017

                       Laura Maksymiw     Marguerite DeFrancesco             

             Lorene Anderson      Marge Connery              

Nancy Schneider    Marie Pelaccia

     Diane Molleur            Michelle Evans 

 

 

Stewardship Suggested Links:

 

Catholic Strengths and Engagement:

"We hope to form leaders…

- with the strengths to discover talents sown by God,

- with the skill to help parishes achieve heartfelt community,
- and with the knowledge of the Catholic Tradition to guide this work of the Gospel."


Dynamic Catholic Institute:                                                                               

"hub that highlights best practices and encourages continuous learning among Catholics"


Matthew Kelly:
"We are committed to providing resources that educate and inspire people to become a-better-version-of-themselves each and every day."