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Stewardship Reflection- It’s own reward

by Jeanne Reddick I believe that acts of stewardship are part of a Christian’s fulfilling his or her commitment to God. Acts of stewardship advance God’s work through supporting his church and the community of persons belonging to the church. That includes financial support as well as giving time and effort to the church. It […]

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Stewardship Reflection- Offering or contribution?

by Lisa Neilson At this time of year in most Episcopal churches there is increased talk about Stewardship. These conversations about Stewardship focus on examining our own personal situations and then deciding what financial commitment we can make to our parish for the coming year. Stewardship involves an offering of the abundance that God has […]

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Stewardship Reflection- Man-made Issues

by Doug Watson I went to a Catholic college. l will always remember an elderly Priest’s words to the class. He said if we only remembered this one thing…remember to never let “man-made issues” get in the way of your relationship with God. I have encountered many “man-made issues” in my spiritual journey. Controversies of […]

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Festival in the Fields – September 29-30

Festival in the Fields: Saturday, September 29, 10-4 Bounce house, water slide, food, entertainment, oh my! We’re hosting a neighborhood festival, extending an invitation to everyone to join us for fun! Bring your family and friends and invite everyone you know! On the grounds, there will be a free bounce house & free water slide. We’ll […]

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Stewardship Reflection- Where your treasure is

by Jordan Haynie  “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” If Jesus were looking at me, he’d probably think my heart was in textbooks, chips and salsa, and gas for trips to my internship parish. But it’s not about the amount of money we give to the church, necessarily. Even if I […]

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