Stewardship means responsible caring – for our congregation and for each other. Our Stewardship team focuses on community-building and on making sure we have the financial resources we need. We depend almost entirely on the generosity of our congregation for funding. We ask all members and friends to make annual financial commitments. Weekly plate collections also make a difference. At least once a month, we allocate all or a portion of the offering to an organization or cause in the greater community. And we sell supermarket gift cards, which you can use for the full value you pay for them at three local markets. The Society receives a percentage of the value of each card.


The Stewardship Committee has committed to organizing annual Gatherings of The Society in people’s homes. These gatherings are a way for members and friends of the Society to meet over food in a more informal setting and discuss issues pertinent to the Society. We have partnered with other committees each time with a different focus on the discussion at hand. This year in the Fall of 2022, we partnered with the Safe Relations team and gathered at Arcadia.

Annual Stewardship Giving Campaign

We depend almost entirely upon the generosity of our congregation for funding. Pledges by members and friends during the annual stewardship campaign or upon making a commitment to the Society are the major source of our support.

The Stewardship campaign for 2023 - 2024 starts on February 5, 2023. You can find more information here: 2023 Stewardship Page

Stewardship 101 - What You Need to Know about Pledging but are Afraid to Ask

Our annual pledge campaign will take place in February and March. You will be asked to think about what this Society means to you and how much you plan to give in monetary support next year. In order to demystify stewardship and the pledging process, here are some Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for those of you who haven't been with us long, and for those of you who have been wondering about it for a while: Read full article

Stewardship Committee: Chaired by Craig Dreeszen, the committee has six other members (Patty Cowden, Marcus Jones, Susie Macrae, Liz Rich, Barb Smith, and Dave Nelson) and usually meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month. We welcome all who wish to join the committee. We want Stewardship to be synonymous with Community, and you can help us do that. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you wish to join our team or for more information.