Stewardship Renewal Commitment Sunday, Nov. 17
‘Recommitting ourselves to be laborers in love with the Lord’
“Stewardship Renewal Commitment Sunday”, Nov. 17, is designed to offer people a chance to recommit themselves to being laborers in love with the Lord; to renew as Christian disciples; to be grateful; to profoundly begin again to share God’s blessings with others.
It’s about looking at new ways that one might be of service to their Church and to each other, whether by being a welcoming beacon in the Church, by offering daily prayer, by assisting with spiritual formation programs (think teaching a PSR class, for example), or by offering their time serving their parish in some capacity.
In the weeks leading up to Commitment Sunday, Catholics in the diocese have heard messages from the pulpit, and have read a series of articles in the SKR highlighting different aspects of stewardship, all of which will cause us to joyfully receive and share in Christ.
By our baptism, we are called Christian: let us generously follow Jesus, and share His gifts with others.