The Stewardship process encourages parishioners to identify their gifts, to be grateful for these gifts, to cultivate and use them responsibly, to share them lovingly in justice with others, and to return them back to God with increase. The Stewardship Committee generates ideas and implements steps needed to help parishioners better understand Stewardship and live it out in their lives.
Helping Hands (formerly called Ride Sharing)
Table of Plenty (formerly called Funeral Luncheon)
Stewardship Commitment Form - Click form to view current ministries at St. Patrick - Volunteers welcome!
The Stewardship Committee assists the pastor in developing Stewardship as a way of life in the parish, an attitude of the mind and heart that is expressed in action; emphasizing that all people, things, and experiences are gifts from God. An active parish Stewardship Committee is an important and necessary element in designing, implementing and maintaining the parish Stewardship process. This committee is instrumental in assisting the pastor in the areas of education and formation, facilitation, communication, implementation, follow-up, and evaluation of the parish Stewardship process.
Stewardship Meetings - 1st Tuesday of the Month, 6 PM, Rectory Meeting Room
Cyndi Barclay • 636-332-9225, ext. 234
Peggy Maschmeyer • 636-262-7191