Forty Days of Growth in Stewardship

 “Fervent in Spirit, Serving the Lord”
Romans 12:11

2020 Online Pledge Form

2020 Stewardship Invitation

2020 Pledge Card

2020 Pledge Chart

2020 Pledge Insert

Electronic Funds Transfer Form - If you would like to have your pledge transferred from your bank account automatically each month, please fill out this form and turn it in with your pledge card.

Stewardship

The Life in Christ is all about Stewardship.  A "Steward" is one who is in charge of another's property.  Our faith, our life, our family, our finances, our time, and our parish are God's.  They are given to us by God for us to grow ever more like him. 

At St. Philips we're working very hard to be good and faithful servants of God.  People often ask how they can help us in the Holy Task of glorifying God and bringing Orthodox Christianity to our little corner of America.  

We ask that you too might consider being part of our efforts by doing the following:

Worship With Us – Whether you are a parish member or even an occasional visitor, you are part of our parish family, and when you pray with us you help to strengthen and encourage us. Check our calendar for services and events.

Spread the Word – Tell your family, friends, and neighbors about St Philip Orthodox Church and invite them to come and visit us. A personal invitation is the number one way the Church grows. Tell a friend to “Come and see!”

Pledge Your Support – You can help us grow by pledging your financial support. Even if you are not a full-time or even part-time member, your financial assistance can help make a difference. Our parish has many ministries that are growing and they are always in need of more resources.  Our beautiful church temple needs periodic maintenance to keep it glimmering as a spiritual lighthouse!  Pledge cards are available on the literature rack in the narthex, or you may use the online form below.

Get Involved with a Ministry – There are many ministry opportunities that contribute to a rich and inspiring community life. 

Pray For Us – Remember us in your prayers, asking that the Lord strengthen, help, and direct us according to His divine will.

Please examine the following resources as you prayerfully consider how you'll grow in stewardship.

Resources

The Trail of the Tithe
Counting our Blessings

St Philip's Ministries

 

Podcasts:

 

Living Orthodoxy: Stewardship - Reader Justin Gohl interviews Fr. Noah Bushelli on the importance of our life as stewards of all that God has entrusted to us - time, talent and treasure.

 

The First of the First Fruits - Fr. Robert explores Orthodox stewardship, relating the experience of financial collections in our congregations to the distinctively Orthodox practice of offering the First Fruits of the harvest at the Feast of the Transfiguration.

 

Whole-Hearted Stewardship - Elissa reminds us that good stewardship heals our relationship to money and other possessions.

 

Stewardship and Faith (YouTube video)

 

Flyers:

Think Stewardship

The Myths and Realities of Stewardship

The Ladder of Tithing

The Ten Commandments of Not Tithing

Church: The Hospital and the Ark, and Why We Need to Support It

How do we offer our first fruits to God and His church?

Giving: Answering Grace with Grace

 

Nuts & Bolts

2020 Online Pledge Form

2020 Stewardship Invitation

2020 Pledge Card

2020 Pledge Chart

2020 Pledge Insert

Electronic Funds Transfer Form - If you would like to have your pledge transferred from your bank account automatically each month, please fill out this form and turn it in with your pledge card.

 

Podcasts

Podcasts
Homily: Fr James Thayer
18 Mar 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Fr James Thayer on the Divine Liturgy



Homily: Sdn Luke Carpenter (03-08-20)
12 Mar 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Subdeacon Luke Carpenter on the Sunday of Orthodoxy



Homily: Fr Noah Bushell (03-01-20)
4 Mar 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Fr Noah Bushelli on Forgiveness Sunday



Homily: Dn David Hyatt
27 Feb 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Dn David Hyatt on the Divine Liturgy



Homily: Sdn Justin Gohl (20/02/16)
19 Feb 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Subdeacon Justin Gohl on 2/16




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Saint Philip Orthodox Church
1970 Clearview Road
Souderton, PA  18964
215-721-4947
office [at] st-philip.net