Stewardship is mindful giving. We believe, as Saint Paul believed, that all Christians are called to be faithful stewards of what God has entrusted to them. That means, not only caring for what we have received, but sharing it generously for the sake of others and to the glory of God.
There are many ways to exercise your stewardship
in our community, but here are two of the most basic:
- Give of yourself
- Give of your treasure
Give of Your Treasure
Most of us may not think we have much of a treasure, but in fact, we all have the financial ability to make a huge difference in the mission of Jesus Christ. In the Bible it says that the poor woman who could only give a tiny amount was blessed before God because she did not hold back when she was needed. The same is true for us.
Give of Yourself
Our cathedral is blessed with a wide range of ministries, programs, and opportunities for people to participate in and support with their time and talent. On this webpage you will find a sample of those several options. Take the time to explore them. Learn more about what they are and what they do. Then find your place among them, volunteer, and use your talent to make a difference.
We need you. Come be part of us. Sign up. Show up. Help out. Pitch In. Take Part. Have fun! That’s all part of being a good steward at St. Paul's.
4 Ways to Give
- Make your financial pledge to St. Paul’s.
Support this ministry with a regular, sustained and generous pledge that helps us carry out our mission and build our community.
- Make St. Paul’s part of your planned giving.
Put the church in your will so that your blessings will continue for generations to come.
- Give to special needs or opportunities.
Help St. Paul’s when a special need arises or a capital campaign is underway. Do your part when we pull together for a goal.
- Invite others to become part of St. Paul’s.
Be active in telling others about our community and invite them to join you here. Evangelism is our stewardship of sharing our story, a story of good news and hope.
To learn more or offer a special gift, please contact the Cathedral Office by phone (405-235-3436) or by email or speak personally to any member of our clergy.
And THANK YOU. Thank you for your loving support.