Posts Tagged: stewardship

What will you share in our Grateful Harvest?

Posted by & filed under Grace Notes, Stewardship.

Dear Friends of Grace, As I write this, the heat of summer is hanging on with a vengeance, delaying the inevitable fall colors and welcome cool temperatures. The seasons are definitely in transition. In much the same way, Grace is also in a period of profound transition. We’re celebrating our 150th Anniversary; a monumental milestone,… Read more »

Keeping up with your pledge

Posted by & filed under Grace Notes, Ministry of the week.

In a perfect world the projected income for the budget would come along in neat packages of 1/12th in January, 2/12ths in February, etc. But, like in our own lives, income and expenses ebb and flow throughout the year. To the extent that is possible, there are ways to keep your financial giving to Grace… Read more »

Stewardship update

Posted by & filed under Grace Notes, Stewardship, Voice of the Vestry.

By Helen Hankins, Clare Andreasson, and Marian Vermeulen The uncertainty inherent in times of transition opens doors for us to wait in hope and to grow in faith.   It also invites us to listen attentively to one another, and to listen together for the ways that God is speaking to us and through us. These… Read more »

Master Planning Committee will merge with Stewardship Ministry

Posted by & filed under Grace Notes, Stewardship, Voice of the Vestry.

By Jeff Tibbits, with The Rev. Carlton Kelley Since the time our Grace Happens Here: A Guide to Our Ministries was printed and distributed to parish members back in September 2015, Grace’s Stewardship Ministry has lost half of its members and all of its leaders. Gone now are Barbara Klugh to a well-deserved retirement after… Read more »

Let us “magnify” the Lord

Posted by & filed under Grace Notes, Stewardship.

By Barbara Klugh Stewardship Committee As we know, Grace Church is in the midst of transition even as we prepare to welcome Christ on Christmas. Daniel has moved to his new call, the Rev. Katheryn will be joining her husband Dave in Oregon in a couple of months, and Erika has completed her time at… Read more »