"Stewardship" It is one of those words you probably heard in church, particularly during an annual pledge drive. However, stewardship is so much more than giving money to the church, filling out an annual pledge card, or helping the church meet its annual budget.
What exactly is stewardship?
One might say that stewardship is "Everything I do after I say, "I believe."
Stewardship is using literally everything that God first gave us in order to carry out the mission of God. Stewardship, mission, sharing the good news, discipleship and caring for others are all interconnected. When we approach stewardship from this angle, we soon realize that God has given us so much more than money to carry out the work of the Church.
Oftentimes when we discuss stewardship we talk about time, talent, and treasure. All three are important if we are to be good stewards of God's gifts.
"Stewardship in All Seasons" is aimed at helping our members, and seekers, strengthen their practice of stewardship. On this page you will find reflections from our members, information about giving, and resources to help you deepen your own spiritual life of giving.
What could be a better use of God’s gift of music than sharing it with others through education and performance?
Carrie Robb, St. Alban’s Choral Scholar, reflects on her stewardship of talent.
Stewardship is a spiritual practice in the same way that prayer, worship, or meditation are spiritual practices.
Fr. Devin Rodgers reflects on the stewardship of treasure.
We want giving to be as easy as possible for you or your family. To assist, we have created an online donations page. This page can be used to make a one time offering to the church or to schedule regularly occurring pledge offerings to St. Alban’s. Want to make an online gift? Here’s how? […]