Parish: Stewardship


We are all called to be stewards of God’s Kingdom.  See these pages for information on how you can steward your time and talent within the parish: Ministries and Activities and Liturgical Ministries.

Stewardship is more than signing up for something.  We are called to exercise stewardship in all that we do.

For more information about stewardship in the Blessed Sacrament community, please click on the following link to be directed to the stewardship page of the Blessed Sacrament parish website.


Hospitality – Christian Kindness
Prayer – A Heart to Heart with God
Formation – Continuous Conversion
Service – Love in Action

Members of a stewardship parish are ready to minister to varied needs of their own parish family as well as the needs of the wider community and Church.  Just as the members of a family come together to help one of their own, a stewardship parish family serves those who are hurting or in need, doubting or seeking salvation.  The parish family also comes together to celebrate, thank and return God’s gifts.


Almighty God, my parish is composed of people like me. I help make it what it is. It will be friendly if I am friendly. It will be holy if I am holy. Its pews will be filled if I help fill them. It will do great work if I do the work I’m called to do. It will be prayerful if I pray. It will make generous gifts to many causes if I am a generous giver. It will bring other people into its worship if I invite and bring them. It will be a parish family of loyalty and love, fearlessness and faith, of compassion, charity and mercy if I – who make it what it is – am filled with these same qualities. Therefore, with your help, my God, I will dedicate myself to the task of being all the things that I want my parish to be. Bless my journey, Lord God, that I might follow Jesus and build the Church for your glory. Amen.