Stewardship Definition taken from www.anglican.ca website:
The classic definition of Stewardship is the following: “Stewardship” is receiving God’s gifts gratefully, cherishing and tending them in a responsible and accountable manner, sharing them in justice and love with others, and returning them with increase to the Lord.” It is a complete lifestyle of accountability and responsibility acknowledging God as the Creator and Owner of all. Stewards, as disciples of Jesus Christ, see themselves as caretakers of all God’s gifts. Gratitude for these gifts is expressed in prayer, worship, action and offering by eagerly sharing these gifts out of love for God and for one another. In talking about stewardship the phrase “time, talent and treasure” is frequently used.
Jack Smye’s 2016 Sermon – “Do Unto Others”
John LeCompte’s 2015 Sermon – “Today. Tomorrow. Together”
John LeCompte’s 2014 Sermon – “What Will You Do With the Abundance God Has Given You?”
Heather Osler’s 2013 Sermon – “Building on the Momentum”
David Hamon’s 2012 Sermon – “Four Testimonials From Four St. Simon’s Parishioners”
David Hamon’s 2011 Sermon – “5 Good Reasons for Being A Generous Christian”