“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace.” ~ 1 Pt 4:10
Christian stewardship is a way of life. In the Diocese of Greensburg, we are committed to our common goal that all members of our family of faith are called to share their gifts of time, talent and treasure in proportion to the blessings they have received from God.
Christian stewardship is living out a commitment to be centered on Jesus Christ, rather than one’s self. It involves an ongoing conversion of the heart. For each of us, no matter where we are on our personal path of faith, stewardship is a lifelong journey. Stewardship is, therefore, much more than a program or a fund-raising effort, although it can include a focused effort within parish life.
For example, through a regular stewardship renewal project, parishes can make a special effort to encourage parishioners to prayerfully consider how much of their time, talents, and treasure they can commit to their parish and community in the future.
The foundation is committed to helping parishes continually educate parishioners about stewardship, and provides many resources to help parishes in that educational effort.