Stewardship is the care and use of all that we have been given by God,
which includes our money, talents and time.


The tithe is that tenth of our income that we give to God, which enables Him to move on our behalf in the area of blessings. The Bible records numerous accounts of man tithing to God. God is the creator of everything that exists. He owns everything and we are simply stewards of what we have been entrusted with. The tithe principle is this; “He gives unto us, we give back to Him one-tenth of all that He has blessed us with.” 

Financial Stewardship

At St. Paul's, we count on financial pledges to help us continue Christ’s work in our community. Financial gifts help us serve those in need, provide programs, and services to our faith community, and maintain our facilities.

For more information on Financial Stewardship, please call the Church Accountant, Father Paul Martin or Stewardship Chairman, Jim Taliaferro, by contacting the Ministry Office at 318-865-8469.   

Giving Time and Talents

Members of our parish give of their time and talents in numerous ways such as serving as ushers, altar guild, worship leaders, choir members, volunteers on mission projects, feeding the homeless, and the list goes on and on.

To learn more about ways to give of your time and talents, please view the Ministries Tab Button on the website.  You may call the Ministry Office at 318-865-8469 and we will be happy to answer any questions and direct you to the appropriate Chairperson for that or those ministries.

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