Stewardship involves spending time with God. Recognizing that every day is a gift from Him, we strive to spend some of each day with God, through prayer, Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, scripture reading, quiet, meditation and other spiritual activities.
Stewardship also involves sharing our talents with our community. Understanding that God has given us each individual skills and talents so that together we can be His hands and feet, we share our unique talents and encourage others to use their talents to carry out the mission and ministry of the Church.
St. Cletus offers many varied ministries with whom you can share your time and talents. These groups are listed in the Parish Guidebook, along with contact information for the head of each ministry. You may also download, fill out, and return to the parish office, the Stewardship Response Form. This will allow ministries to contact you directly based on the information you have provided.
St. Cletus parishioners now have the opportunity to help a family with their children’s school tuition or fees. More information and an application form may be found here.