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The Rev. Mark H. Chattin, Rector


Sunday, Oct. 18, marked the start of that period of our church year in which we have the opportunity to demonstrate the many ways we can be grateful, responsible stewards of the gifts we receive from God.

Here is a sermon for Stewardship Sunday by the Rt. Rev. William H. Stokes, Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey.

Doug Moore, a member of Holy Trinity's vestry, talks about stewardship on the Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost. Holy Trinity's stewardship efforts continue through mid-November. Here is all that you need to pledge: A letter from Fr. Chattin; a brochure, and an estimate of giving card. You can download the card and email it to holytrinity1@verizon.net or mail it to the church office.

The chart above and at right show giving patterns; the Stewardship 2021 video (at right above the chart) explains those patterns.

The Episcopal Church defines stewardship as: What I do, with all that I have, after I say, "I believe," and using the gifts God has given us, to do the work God is calling us to do.

Christian stewardship is grateful and responsible use of God's gifts in the light of God's purpose as revealed in Jesus Christ. Christian stewards, empowered by the Holy Spirit, commit themselves to conscious, purposeful decisions.

Theresa Chattin, a vestry member, and Deb Cruz, Holy Trinity's treasurer, discuss "steps" of giving. Fr. Chattin is the man behind the board.

Here is the link for electronic giving