Stewardship is not about calculations or portions of percentages. It can’t
be reduced to a number of dollars or hours of service offered.
As Orthodox Christians we are called to a new way of seeing things, a new
way of life. Our stewardship is obedience to the greatest commandment to
“love the Lord with all your heart, soul, mind and strength”. We are called
to bring others to commit their lives to Jesus Christ in such a way that leads
to the joy of knowing Him personally and profoundly.
The cost of Stewardship is very individual. What matters most is that
each of us knows in our heart, mind and soul that we have done what
we can to help keep our parish vibrant, and ever spreading the word
that our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is the reason behind it all.
Orthodox Christian Stewardship is learning how to be a responsible and
concerned caretaker of Christ’s Church!
Thank you for your support of our Parish.
Polycarp the Holy Martyr & Bishop of Smyrna; Proterios, Archbishop of Alexandria; Gorgonia the Righteous, sister of Gregory the Theologian; Damian the New Martyr of Mount Athos; Boswell, Abbot of Melrose Abbey