Immaculate Conception Stewardship Committee
Our newly formed Stewardship Committee seeks to build a culture in our Parish wherein we seek to give of our time, talent and treasure in gratitude to God for all He has given us. Stewardship is a spiritual way of life, a conversion process based not on the Church’s need to receive, but rather on the individual’s need to give out of love for God and for one another.
Stewardship is based on the fact that each of us has been given unique gifts and talents from God. It is part of our calling to discern, develop and use these gifts. It is giving of the first fruits of our time, talent and treasure and should embrace all aspects of our lifeFamily, Church and Community. Our stewardship committee members are: Gayden Gauthier, Chair, Susan Boykin, John Maimone, Colin Thomas, Jay Thorndike and Jim Welter.
As we recover from Covid and open up for more Masses and increased attendance, we will eventually need more of you to give of your time and talents as ushers, Eucharistic ministers, readers, etc. As you discern how to thank God with your time, treasure and talent, ask yourself “What gifts has God given me that I can give back to God and His Church as we start to return to a more normal parish life?”
You will start to hear more from our Stewardship Committee in the coming months, as we all seek to put God first in our lives, as we come to trust in God’s will in all things, and seek to become more proactive in growing a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. If you have questions or want to learn more about stewardship, please reach out to any stewardship committee member. Thank you for your support.
Fr. Christian Cook, Pastor