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Starting Parish Stewardship

At baptism we were all given the call of Discipleship. Stewardship of time, talent and treasure is how we live out our commitment to being Disciples of Christ. Whether you’re a lay person, church employee or priest who is passionate about building the Kingdom of God, we have everything you need here to start your own Stewardship journey. Stewardship is a way of life, it is not a plan or a program that runs for a specific period of time. Rather, it focuses on a conversion of heart, evangelization, a personal invitation, dealing with human hearts and the personal encounter. The documents below outline how to start a Stewardship Committee, the needed positions, what is required and tips and tricks to help you during committee formation.

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Stewardship First Steps for Priests and Committees
Stewardship Committee Formation
Committee Action Items - Ideas to Implement in Your Parish
Effective Stewardship Committees
How We Practice Stewardship in the Diocese of Fort Worth
Do's and Don’ts for Stewardship Success
Stewardship Vocabulary
Stewardship Committee Formation Job Description

 

Please reach out to Diana Liska, Director of Stewardship, for more information or guidance while you begin.

 

 


Contacts:

Diana LiskaDiana Liska
Director of Stewardship & Parish Relations
817-945-9444
Cell: 312-919-3764

Paula ParrishPaula K. Parrish, CFRE
Executive Director of Advancement Foundation
817-945-9440

 

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