The word “stewardship” refers to the Catholic approach to the gifts that God has bestowed upon us. Stewardship is living out a commitment to be Christ-centered rather than self-centered. Profound gratitude, justice and love become the fundamental motives for giving back to God. Everything that God has given to us is intended to serve the divine plan. Therefore, our life is to be lived in gratitude toward God. In a variety of ways, we as disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, share our time, talent and treasure to build up the Church and make our world a better place.

Eco Wellness

(Embracing Christ Outdoors)

ECO Wellness Ministry helps to connect us with God in the most basic of ways…through outdoor physical activity and becoming good stewards of God’s gift of nature.

Who: All are welcome to participate.
Responsibilities: Being good stewards of the environment.
Time: Events are posted in the bulletin and on the website. Participation is open to everyone!
Talent: Outgoing, friendly, and an appreciate of the outdoors.

Office Stewards

Office Helpers create a warm, welcoming atmosphere for visitors to the Parish Office as well as assist the Parish Staff with various tasks.

Who: High School Seniors and Adults.
Responsibilities: Greet visitors, answer phones, handle miscellaneous projects from stuffing the bulletin with special inserts to addressing outgoing mail. Training and support is available from the parish staff.
Time: Volunteers are contacted when needed.
Talent: Warm, friendly personality.

Newcomers Ministry

The Newcomers Ministry welcomes new parishioners, gives them an overview of our parish and community life and strives to address newcomer related issues by referring and directing accordingly. The newcomer ministry also organizes and hosts a welcome event quarterly.

Who: All can participate.
Responsibilities: Responsibilities include contacting new parishioners, hand delivering a newcomer package, addressing and/or directing any newcomer
related questions and assisting in the quarterly newcomer event.
Time: The time commitment involved is 1 – 3 hours per month.
Talent: Outgoing, friendly, approachable.
Special Requirements: Fingerprinting (the Diocese of Orlando requires all those 15 years and older to be fingerprinted and complete a background check to insure the safety of all).

New Parishioners:
We invite all those who are new to the parish to attend our next Welcome Brunch. A Welcome Brunch is held periodically throughout the year.
Would you like your House Blessed? If you have recently moved to our area, please visit our Parish Office for more information and to register with our parish. We look forward to meeting you! If you are interested in a House Blessing, please contact our Parish Office to schedule a mutually convenient time for one of the Priests to visit your home.