2018 Stewardship

What amount should you pledge?

In order to be a “member in good standing” of St. George, each person or family must make a financial commitment (pledge) to the church on an annual basis. and fulfill that commitment throughout the year.  Your pledge amount should be prayerfully considered remembering that yes it does go to operating expenses of our church first, as it should, but once our budget is achieved, your commitment goes to outreach programs.

It is understood that situations change and unforeseen events arise; a pledge may therefore be amended by simply calling the Church office.

Stewardship, therefore, also includes volunteering to serve on church committees, helping to organize and execute church functions, singing in the choir, teaching Sunday School, cleaning and maintaining the Church, and other forms of ministry; it is engagement in the total life of the church.

What is St. George’s average pledge? 


How long does my stewardship commitment enable me to be a parishioner in good standing?

You are in good standing for the calendar year.  If you pay your pledge in January you are in good standing until December 31.  If you turn in your pledge in September you are only in good standing until the end of that same year.

How do I become a part of  St. George?

Call the office and ask for a Welcome Packet.  The packet includes a stewardship commitment card and a Membership Affirmation Application.  Fill both out and return to the office.

What makes you a parishioner in good standing?

“Any person, eighteen years of age or older, who was baptized according to the rites of the Church, or who was received into the Church through chrismation, who lives according to the faith and canons of the Church, who has met his or her stewardship obligation (part of which is to meet his or her stewardship financial obligation to the Parish) and abides by the regulations herein and the by-laws of the parish, except that a person under twenty-one shall not serve on the parish council when such service is contrary to local law.”

To be in good standing you must practice your faith and be committed to Christ and His Church:

(1)     by regularly worshiping

(2)     by pledging to the church and fulfilling your stewardship commitment, and

(3)    living by the canons of the Church.

In other words you should be active in the life of St. George.  If you have any questions on the above or you need further clarification, please feel free to call the priest with any additional concerns.




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Orthros (Matins): 8:00 a.m.

Divine Liturgy:  9:30 a.m.



36th Annual Grecian Festival July 20, 21, 22 - 2018

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