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Stewardship

There are many dimensions to Christian Stewardship - from the way we live individually as disciples of Jesus Christ to the way in which, together, we nurture and use all our resources to support the ministry and mission of the Church in our communities.

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These pages outline the ways in which the Diocesan Stewardship & Resources Officer and the Area Stewardship Groups can support churches on any aspect of stewardship.

“In the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Church has all the resources it needs to conduct its mission task... it is often not a lack of money which causes the Church to struggle to fulfil its mission task, but rather a poverty of vision...
The way we use ‘our’ money is a litmus test of our faith and commitment”

- Resourcing Mission for a 21st Century Church, Church House Publishing, GS Misc 810

National Buying Basket Update

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National Ethical Investment Week

The 2012 Action Guide for Churches is currently available. The Guide provides practical information to enable congregations to get involved with the Week and make a difference with their money. It has been produced in association with The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR) and with sponsorship from CCLA. The Guide and an archive of worship materials are available at www.neiw.org/charities_churches/resources_for_churches 

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Annual Thanksgiving and Renewal
Resources for your annual Thanksgiving Sunday.

Stewardship Programmes and Planned Giving Appeals
Help with planning the process and producing the materials for your local appeal.

Fundraising
Advice on planning a capital fundraising appeal and links to sources of funding.

Legacies
Advice on leaving a gift to the church in a will.

Teaching and Worship Resources
Help with stewardship worship, teaching and study group resources.

Useful Fundraising Website Links 

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