GIVE and SERVE
Stewardship is the practice of managing and using our time, talents, and resources in a way that is consistent with God's will.
When we are stewards of our time, we use it wisely to accomplish God's purposes.
When we are stewards of our talents, we use them to serve others and to glorify God.
When we are stewards of our money, we use it wisely and in a way that is consistent with God's will.
When we are stewards of our possessions, we use them wisely and generously.
Stewardship is not just about giving money to the church. It is about using all that we have to serve God and others. It is about living a life that is pleasing to God and that makes a difference in the world.
We encourage you to be a good steward of all that God has given you. Use your time, your talents, your money, and your possessions to serve God and others. Make a difference in the world by being a good steward.
Below is a narrative budget,
broke into five focal areas:
Worship connects us to God's love, nurturing our faith. Through music, we express our gratitude, seek guidance, and offer praise to our Creator. It is in this sacred space, where the language of music transcends mere words, that individuals find solace, strength, and the inspiration to share God's love with the world. Through the transformative power of worship, hearts are opened to receive the boundless love that radiates from the heavens above, nurturing a faith that shines brightly like a beacon in the night.
Christian education plays a pivotal role in nurturing spiritual growth among youth and adults, fostering their transformation into devoted disciples of Christ. Its influence extends beyond mere academic instruction, immersing ones minds in the profound truths of the Bible and cultivating a deep personal relationship with God. It equips youth and adults with the knowledge, faith, and practical skills necessary to navigate life's challenges, become dedicated disciples of Christ, and make a positive impact on the world.
Church fellowship is about sharing and connecting, and a vital part of the Christian life . When we fellowship together, we are reminded that we are not alone in our struggles and that we have a network of people who care about us and want to see us succeed. . Opportunities for fellowship include attending church services, participating in small groups or Bible studies, church socials, or simply spending time with other Christians outside of church.
Our church’s mission is to share the love of Christ through acts of kindness, spreading the good word, building a tight-knit community, and making a positive impact on the world around us. We aim to be a beacon of hope and compassion, lending a helping hand to those in need, sharing the message of salvation, and creating a supportive and inclusive space for everyone. We believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in people's lives and bring about positive change in the world.
Pastoral care is an integral part of the church's mission, extending beyond the pulpit to reach into the lives of its members. It is a ministry of compassion, offering guidance and support to those navigating life's difficulties, from personal crises to spiritual struggles. Stephen ministers, trained volunteers, play a crucial role in this ministry, extending the reach of pastoral care beyond the confines of the church. They are dedicated individuals who have been called to serve others, offering a listening ear, practical assistance, and spiritual support to those in need.