"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).
Stewardship, in its simplest terms, is the act of putting God’s priorities before our own. Good stewards give the first portion of their gifts of Time, Talent and Treasure to the Lord’s work in gratitude for his many blessings. Immaculate-Conception – St. Joseph is a vibrant parish with multiple ministries that enable you to grow spiritually and contribute to our community. If you would like more information about how you can participate by sharing your Time or Talent, please contact the parish office.
Likewise, there are several ways you can give of your Treasure and support the parish. If you are registered parishioner, we can provide you with offering envelopes. Although traditionally placed in the collection baskets during Masses, because of COVID-19, you may place your envelopes or other offering in the collection boxes in the church narthexes as you enter. Alternatively, you can bring the envelopes to the parish office during normal business hours.
We also offer secure, online giving through the Faith Direct program. Faith Direct enables parishioners to make a donation to our Parish through either direct debit from your checking/savings account or with a credit/debit card. On the Faith Direct website, you can enroll in recurring giving or make a one-time contribution. Click the button below to go to Faith Direct.
We also invite you to consider leaving a lasting legacy to the parish through Planned Giving. Planned Giving is a means to thoughtfully transfer resources to the next generation and helps the church gather the funds necessary for its mission and ministry. If you are interested in finding out more information about Planned Giving, please contact the parish office.
ARCHBISHOP’S CALL TO SHARE
When you give to the Archbishop’s Call to Share annual appeal you support the work of more than 43 ministries and programs in our Archdiocese, transforming the lives of thousands of people. Together, we can put our faith into action. Together, we can do more than any one parish or person can do.
View Archbishop Naumann's Call to Share Homily.