You are a steward of all that God has given you. Faithful stewardship is about more than giving money to the church.

Stewardship is about making life choices and arranging the priorities and loves of our lives. Stewardship is one way that both defines and reveals our relationship with God.

How to think about stewardship in our lives and in the life of our Cathedral? Everything we have in life—material, relational, Spiritual—is a gift. From the last breath you just drew, to our belief or even our desire to believe in God, to the loves God has brought into your life. Our giving to God through the life of the church is and ought to be a grateful response to God, the giver of every good gift.

In giving from our life and labors to God through our life as a cathedral community, we hope and seek to be Christ’s hands and heart in this world. Your gifts support the many and various ministries of the Cathedral in this city, our diocese, this nation, and throughout the world.

In 2015 there were pledges of financial support from 409 households totaling $907,941. The average household offering was $2,200. Our 2016 is still in progress; to date we have pledges of $906,752 toward our goal of $1 million. These gifts represent 358 households with an average pledge of $2,500.

Giving back to God is a very important aspect of our Christian discipleship and witness.

 

Make your 2016 pledge today:

 
online pledge form

Download a pledge form:

 
mailable pledge form

Lay Stewardship Committee

Lay stewardship committee members offer their time and talents to help us understand the importance of pledging in our lives as Christians and members of the Cathedral.

Committee members are the personal face on stewardship, and work with the Development Office to design a yearly pledging campaign. As with all the lay-led committees, good camaraderie builds and is central as we work together.

New members are welcome! To join the committee or learn more about the importance of stewardship, please email:

Stewardship Committee