Our committee's objective is to provide resources that assist the Church with Stewardship education and growth. We hope you find this section helpful. If you would like to receive weekly Stewardship reflections and the monthly newsletter, please send your request to email@example.com. These resources are intended for the Clergy. Also, please review our Stewardship blog at http://mychristmycare.wordpress.com
During the summer months, we are creating "A Way of Life" - a newsletter that will focus on planning for Stewardship success in 2015/2016. Topics include Stewardship Committees, Ministries and the new theme for the Ecclesiastical New Year.
If you would like to be added to our distribution list, please send your e-mail address to David Batrich at firstname.lastname@example.org
On September 26, 2015 - Chicago Synergy has confirmed Bill Marianes as the keynote speaker for our first Stewardship and Strategic Planning Retreat. Visit www.chicagosynergy.org for more information and visit www.eventbrite.com to reserve your ticket.
The Stewardship theme for the upcoming season is Stewardship as A Way of Life. Each and every day, we are called to live like Christ. Whether at home, school or work - the emphasis must be placed on glorifying God through all that we do. The Stewardship section will include suggestions supporting materials.
Our goal is to support the Clergy, the Stewardship committees and the faithful Stewards seeking resources to enhance the overall understanding. The following material has been prepared by the Central Church Standing Committee for Stewardship. All of these documents can be downloaded and distributed. Bulletin inserts are also available for the Clergy's use via e-mail. The Committee has also created a Stewardship blog which can be found at http:/mychristmycare.wordpress.com. This site is updated at least three times each month and provides Stewardship related topics for discussion and reflection.
The Stewardship Committee is available to answer questions, provide support and assist with tasks necessary to successfully implement and support Stewardship.