Stewardship Commitment

“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace.”

As we understand from Christ’s teaching, stewardship is a central part of discipleship. For Catholics, discipleship means living one’s life patterned on the life and teachings of Christ as revealed in Scripture and as taught by the Church. As disciples, then, Catholics are called by the Lord to be good stewards.

Stewardship is how we live our discipleship. As a disciple of Jesus, we can choose to use our time and our talents to help build His Church here on Earth. As stewards of these gifts, we are ultimately accountable to God for the way we choose to use them.


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If you volunteer and work with our Children, you must complete the Safe Environment Program. Check the box below if you need to fulfill this requirement and we will follow up.

Spiritual Time

Prayer Chain

Liturgical Ministers


RCIA RITE of christian Initiation for Adults

Community Building

Welcome new families

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Service Time: School

Benefit auction (Held in November)

Service Time: Athletics

There are openings for coaches, sport coordinators and concession coordinators in athletics. Anyone wishing to volunteer for our school athletics, please contact the athletic committee You do not have to have children in the school, but should be a parishioner and must complete the Safe Environment training.

Service Time: Church

Funeral Luncheons

The Gift of Talent:

What talents or skills has God given me? Do I have a occupational skill or a hobby that might benefit my parish, either in the school or the church? God gives us each unique skills to do His work....

Woodworking, repairs, painting, singing, organization, painting fashion, plumbing, cooking, sewing, knitting, artistry....