Stewardship

All Souls Parish is a Stewardship Parish

Stewardship is the Grateful Response of a Christian Disciple Who Recognizes and Receives God’s Gifts and Shares These Gifts in Love of God and Neighbor.

Stewardship focuses on spiritualty and parish involvement.  We are entrusted with an abundance of gifts from God. By dedicating time to prayer and devoting time to parish activities, we are living the spirituality of stewardship, and living in communion with one another. We are other-centered.  We are grateful for, and take care of, the many gifts God has given us.

Prayer

As good stewards, we recognize that prayer is the most fundamental component of the spirituality of stewardship. 

Gratitude

Stewardship is a way of life, a call to discipleship in Jesus Christ. It is a way in which we recognize and receive all the blessings God has bestowed on us.  We are thankful for the abundance of gifts God has given us and strive to share them in gratitude with one another.

All Souls Parish currently has nearly 50 parishioners involved in the Stewardship a Way of Life; we:

  • offer education for our minds & formation for our hearts,
  • gather in fellowship,
  • hold regular meetings in both English and Spanish,
  • work to expand parish involvement in ministries,
  • create new ministries, and
  • examine various approaches to living in communion with one another through prayer, parish activities, ministries and organizations.

We have completed five formation series to date and welcome you to join us as we begin again in 2019. For more information contact the Parish Office at 1-650-871-8944. 

Watch Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone's 2018 Stewardship Address

 

Stewardship is a Way of Life, A Way of Being a Disciple
by Fr. John Piderit

 


Archdiocese of San Francisco Stewardship Seminar, June 2018

 

 

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