Stewardship

Time, Talent, and Treasure

What identifies a steward? Safeguarding material and human resources and using them responsibly are one answer; so is generous giving of time, talent, and treasure.  But being a Christian steward means more. As Christian stewards, we receive God's gifts gratefully, cultivate them responsibly, share them lovingly in justice with others, and return them with increase to the Lord.

Please consider offering your time and talent to one of our ministries.

You can offer your treasure in several ways:

Consider getting involved in the life of the Blue Hills Collaborative. Click here.

Offertory Envelopes

We are very appreciative of everyone who uses preprinted Offertory Envelopes. If you are not using these envelopes and would like to, please contact the Collaborative Offices.

We ask the envelope users to please indicate the contribution amount on the front of the envelope, in order to properly credit your account (the counters will verify contents). Envelopes do not need to be sealed, stapled, taped or closed at all.

Please use only envelopes for a parish in the Collaborative (Envelopes for other parishes cannot be credited by us).

A couple of helpful hints:

  • please do not use coins and/or foreign currency,
  • please do not fold checks and/or currency into small squares or artful designs. The counters who are volunteers, spend an inordinate amount of time on prepping the donations to be counted and verified.

Most importantly, thank you for your generous donations. We could not do it without you!

 


"As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace" (1 Pt 4:10).


Catholics Come Home Catholic TV