Stewardship

St. Theresa Parish’s 2017 Annual Stewardship Education Cycle – Sept. 3 through Oct. 8.
Sunday, Oct. 8 – Last Sunday of our 2017 Stewardship Education Cycle – GRATITUDE! Your parish stewardship committee thanks everyone for being a part of our very first stewardship education cycle. Your commitment forms will be returned to you so that you will be reminded of the commitments you have made for the upcoming year. We especially encourage you to spend more TIME with God in prayer, reading the Bible, attending Mass on a regular basis, praying the rosary, etc. We plan to provide you with information on an ongoing basis throughout the upcoming year, so that you’ll have opportunities to join parish ministries and committees outside of our annual stewardship education cycle. Let us always give thanks to God for His many blessings and use our gifts wisely in gratitude and love. God bless you all for being a part of our 2017 Stewardship Education Cycle!

 

 

Commitment Sunday, October 1, 2017 was the day we actually put in writing our commitment to God… whether it be in spending more time in prayer to build our relationship with Him; using our talents in various ministries or parish committees, and how we have, hopefully, come to a better understanding that everything we have is a gift from God.

 

 

Your Parish Stewardship Committee:
(A combined committee with Holy Cross Parish in Kalaheo)

Fr. Antonio ‘Fr. Tony’ Abuan, M.S., Pastor – Holy Cross Parish
Fr. Emerson ‘Fr. Boyet’ Delos Reyes, Administrator – St. Theresa Parish
Judy Batis, St. Theresa Parish
Sandra Cabral, St. Theresa Parish
Chantal Duarte, St. Theresa Parish, Parish contact (634.0403 / chantal_duarte@yahoo.com)
Edita Dullaga, St. Theresa Parish
Beverly Johnston, St. Theresa Parish
Brian Kasperek, Holy Cross Parish, Parish contact (332-5680 / bkasper8@aol.com)
Mary Manuel, St. Theresa Parish
Diane Melchor, Holy Cross Parish
Alexandra Thompson, Holy Cross Parish

 

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