The Stewardship Commission is concerned with the promotion of christian stewardship as a way of life, and how living out our call to discipleship in service to the church and her members provides a living example by which the spirit of evangelization is witnessed.
The commission's education responsibilities are to:
- Foster a parish environment in which christian stewardship as a way of life is understood, accepted and practiced.
- Develop programs that allow parishioners to discern their God-given skills and talents and how they may be put to use in the ministries of the church.
- Develop family finance study programs bases on scripture and the catechism of the catholic church.
- Encourage parishioners' endowment gifts through distribution of planned giving newsletters, wills awareness seminars and other materials.
Host an evening twice a year for parents on how to help their children discern their gifts and talents.
During the Lenten season, initiate an envelope system for children to instill a sense of responsibility toward support of the parish community. “Donations” may be monetary or prayer.
Each April, host a Catholic Services Appeal Discovery Night, showcasing all of the ministries and resources available for families through the Archdiocese of Detroit.
(taken from the Parish Vicariate and Archdiocesan Councils Handbook)
If you would like to join the commission or help in one of their many projects, please contact,...
the Parish Council