Stewardship Sunday

Our annual Stewardship Campaign will culminate with the Hog Roast and Commitment Sunday on October 16. The theme this year is “Giving Graciously.”

Stewardship is having the wisdom to understand that everything we have is a gift from God, of which we are to be the absolute best caretakers.

Stewardship is a way of life, honoring God in everything we do with all His gifts. Living life God-centered rather than self-centered — thinking of Him first before our own wants.

Stewardship is having the heart to give back out of love a portion of every gift that has been entrusted to us by God.

Stewardship is living life with the understanding that someday God will ask each and every one of us what we did with all of His varied gifts.

Stewardship is a life long faith journey that brings us ever closer to Jesus Christ; following the path He so perfectly laid out for us through His life example.

Stewardship is life altering and its rewards last an eternity.

First Lutheran Church draws from the diversity of its members to build a faith community that supports each other, serves the local community and reaches out to the greater world. FLC recognizes that all we have — our material goods, our time, our talents and our faith — are gifts from God. With a grateful heart, we seek to share generously what we have received, as an act of faith & thanksgiving.

As stewards, we can give in a number of ways…
Volunteering – Our Time and talent to one of the many FLC activities such as Sunday School and Youth Ministry, Altar Guild, Choir, etc.
Annual Giving is a pledge to support the annual expenses of running the church’s physical operations as well as supporting worship.
Planned Giving through living gifts, with tax and income benefits through an endowment fund. These gifts truly express your great love for the continuation of FLC.