Reflection: When much has been given to people, much will be required of them. More will be asked of those to whom more has been entrusted. (Luke 12:48)

What is Stewardship?

Stewardship means respecting and sharing our resources as an expression of gratitude to God.  It reminds us that we are the administrators, not the owners, of our assets.  Christian stewardship can be identified by several meaningful characteristics, the most important being that it strenghtens our relationship with God.  It is a way of life, not a program that has a beginning and an end.  Stewardship calls us to share a portion of our time, talent, and treasure so that the Good News of Jesus Christ may be shared with those who do not know Him.


The Stewardship Committee is concerned with identifying, analyzing, and recommending strategies to develop long-term, quality pastoral ministries, programs and activities by encouraging the active involvement of the Saint Anselm parishioners.  The committee promotes participaton in these pastoral ministries and programs by actively inviting our community to live the Gospel message of stewardship: giving of time, talent, and treasure.


There are multiple ways of making your weekly stewardship offering to the church. Click here for a list of options.

For more information or to join our group, please contact stewardship@stanselm.com.