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  • Saturdays: 5:30pm
  • Sundays: 10:00am
  • Sunday School 9:30am
 

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For those of you who are interested, St. Peter’s offers an ELECTRONIC GIVING OPTION for making donations on a scheduled, automated basis. It’s convenient for you and provides much-needed financial consistency for the church. Contact the parish office (423-1013) for more information or to enroll in this program.

We count on your REGULAR OFFERINGS…Help us eat away at the deficit in our budget by making sure that your pledge or planned giving to the church is up to date.

 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

When you think of stewardship, what comes to mind?

Maybe fundraising, the annual pledge drive, or taking care of the environment.  Maybe, if you’re being honest, you’re not really sure what it means.

Stewardship is the first assignment God gave the human race in Genesis 1:28. That’s when God told Adam and Eve to “have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth”. In 1Chronicles 29:9 it says “Then the people rejoiced because these had given willingly, for with a single mind they had offered freely to the Lord”

God commands us to be stewards over everything; he blesses us with Everything.  And if He’s the owner, that means we’re not. That means our time, talents, money, relationships, jobs and, yes, our stuff belongs to God; we are merely the temporary caretakers.

It is all God’s and he trusts us with it.

 It is both an honor and a serious responsibility.

Stewardship is managing God’s blessings for God’s glory. Stewardship is “Living Our Faith”.

If our relationship with money is based on culture or society rather than teachings of the bible, we can see why that puts us in conflict when we think about being good stewards.  Yet when we understand true, biblical stewardship, the trajectories of our lives change with every decision we make.  It changes our perspective on our family budgets, our daily decisions, even our purpose in life.  We find ways to Live our Faith.

We begin to build a legacy of stewardship in our families

We approach our work with a new sense of purpose.

We become grateful for everything we have.

We live within our means. We have more money to give. And we have hope for the future.

We once again ask you to prayerfully consider your stewardship towards the ministries of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.  How will you share the many blessings that God has given to you?  As you complete the enclosed pledge sheet, we invite you to ask “How will my faith be lived out in 2020?”

As we continue our Advent journey to the manger, we encourage you to join us for the many worship and fellowship opportunities here at St. Peter’s. A listing is included on the back of this letter.

We thank God for your presence in this congregation and for your generous support of our ministries.

 

Yours in Christ,

Mike Wagner, Treasurer

Rev. Rebecca J. Pollicino, Intentional Interim Pastor

 

 

 

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