We believe God calls us to be responsible stewards of our lives, including our financial resources, estates, time and talents, and God's creation. This includes the ways we give back to God through the church, using our gifts for the glory of God and to serve God’s purposes in the world.
For more information:
Betsy Schram, Stewardship Board Chair
The Rev. Philip DeVaul, Rector
Rector's Blog: Talking About Money
Do you know how many bad conversations I’ve had when talking with people about giving money to the Church? Zero. I have never had a bad conversation about giving. In years of working in a faith community that requires fundraising, every single ...
Rector's Blog: For Love or Money?
Money was one of the first things that scared me when I was thinking about becoming a priest. There was the selfish fear, of course, that emerged as I asked one friend, “But do you people actually make a living?” But deeper than that, was a m...
Rector's Blog: When Your Money Matters
First and foremost, everything we do as the Church is oriented in the love of God that is in Christ Jesus. We’re talking about money, of course. I’ve been writing about money for the last few weeks, and I’m not done yet! But I want to remin...
Rector's Blog: No Such Thing As Secular
Last Spring, I preached a sermon about the political implications of the Gospel. It was, I have to tell you, not my favorite topic. Talking about divisive things in the church makes me squirm, and what’s more divisive than politics in our curre...