Stewardship Day 2017

Diocesan Stewardship Day 2017
A Day of Information and Inspiration!

Celebrate Mass with Bishop David L. Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay and participate in a keynote address on Everyday Stewardship by Tracy Welliver, Director of Parish Community and Engagement for Liturgical Publications, Inc.

How do people become everyday stewards? How do we help members of our community embrace stewardship living? Tracy Welliver will use practical examples and inspiring insights to show how Jesus calls us everyday to lives of stewardship and discipleship.

For 22 years Tracy was a pastoral associate at St. Pius X Parish in Greensboro, NC. In 2009, St. Pius won the International Catholic Stewardship Council's Archbishop Murphy Award for excellence in stewardship. He has spoken on stewardship, engagement, and catechesis throughout North America, Australia, and New Zealand.

Other sessions will include: ALPHA: A Parish's Testimony; Amazing Parish: Setting Goals-Reaping Success; Generosity and Young Adults; Using a Parish App; Generous Sharing: Why and How Successful Parishes Talk about Money; Hospitality and Stewardship; Stewards of the Message: Homilies that Matter. And in a new school track: Volunteers: A Gold Mine of Gifts, and Encouraging Families to Serve.


Registration

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Date

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Time

8:30am - 4:00 p.m.

Location

St. Mary Parish
4805 Sportsman Dr.
De Pere, WI 54115
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Cost

$30 by April 27 | $35 from April 28 to May 5 | Registration ends on May 5
Day for pastors, pastoral leaders, deacons, parish staffs, secretaries/administrative assistants, councils, committee members


Questions about Diocesan Stewardship Day?

Contact Stewardship & Pastoral Services
(920) 272-8295 | 1-877-500-3580, ext. 8295
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Need Help on Diocesan Stewardship Day?

Contact Patty Young
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"Stewardship is a wonderful model of holiness as we are called to share our time, talent and treasure through prayer, service and sharing of all the gifts we have been given. In so doing, much more can be accomplished to reveal and to build up the presence of the Kingdom of God and to build up the Kingdom of God."

- Bishop David Ricken, Parishes: Called to be Holy, Fully Engaged, Fully Alive -