Ministries :: Stewardship
Like good stewards of the manifold grace of God,
serve one another with whatever each of you has received.
1 Peter 4:10
2017 Online Pledge Form
Jesus showed us the way to live generously: he welcomed the outcast and overturned the tables of the money changers in the temple; he dined with the poor and healed the sick; he taught and forgave; and ultimately, he gave his life. Jesus said, “I come so that all may have life and have it abundantly.” Living generously brings us closer to that abundant life. Our ministries here at St. George’s are empowered through the generosity of all our members. Each week, we are nurtured in word and sacrament. We are called by God to care for those who are ill or hurting, and to welcome all those searching for a community of faith.
During the 2016 Stewardship Season, each Sunday's bulletin will include a card, which can also be found below, addressing a different way we as individuals and as a community can live more fully with a spirit of generosity.
Contribute your time and talents.
St. George's offers many opportunities to fulfill our call to reveal Christ's love, justice, and grace to the world. Through the ministries of our parish, we show our gratitude for God's love and mercy toward us. Check out the other pages on this website for ongoing ministries in the parish that may be of interest to you. We invite and encourage you to complete a Commitment to Ministry form to indicate your interest in serving in one or more lay ministries at St. George's.
Contribute your financial gifts.
We can also thank God by returning to God a portion of our income or other financial gifts we have been given, through intentional, planned, and proportionate giving. Jesus teaches us that "where your treasure is, there your heart will be also" (Matthew 6:21). You are invited to pledge a portion of your income toward God's work at St. George's by completing a pledge card at the church, or by completing the online pledge form below.
Click here to make your pledge for 2017 online.
It is right, and a good and joyful thing,
always and everywhere to give thanks to you,
Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.
The Great Thanksgiving, Holy Eucharist Rite II