Stewardship of Treasure

The Sharing of our many Gifts from God

Your commitment to be a good steward of the treasure God has bestowed on you – and your generous support of St. Anne Parish – makes it possible for our parish to do so many good things.

We at St. Anne’s, in turn, are stewards of your gifts – using them wisely to make it possible for our parish to fulfill its mission; to provide a space for worship and liturgy; to ensure that faith formation programs are available for those seeking spiritual education; to be welcoming and inviting to those seeking a spiritual home; and that we are here for all seeking a relationship with God.

There are many different ways to give to St. Anne Parish:

Online Giving Program:   Donations and payments made through Online Giving are deposited directly into the parish checking account and the individual contributions are posted directly into our giving software.  Online Giving allows not only for regular, recurring support of the parish, but for one-time contributions to special collections and donations to our outreach programs.  Religious Education fees and even Mass intentions can be paid for through Online Giving.   Click the Online Giving link at the bottom of this page to set-up an Online Giving account. 

Envelopes:  You can request offertory envelopes which you will receive in the mail on a bi-monthly basis.  You can place your envelopes in the collection basket at mass or mail them/ drop them off at the Parish Office.  Please email StAOffice@LWCatholic.org to request envelopes.

Bank Drafts:  You can authorize automatic bank drafts from your own checking account.  Contact your bank for more information on how to set up automatic transfers from your checking account to St. Anne Parish.

Planning Ahead:  Everyone should have an estate plan which provides direction for what happens upon your incapacitation or death.  Without an estate plan, the state law will decide who gets your assets upon your death and when they will get them.  Estate planning can include a will, a trust, and financial and health care powers of attorney.  To determine what is best for you, you should consult an estate planning attorney.  If you are planning on giving a portion of what you own to a charity, please consider St. Anne’s as a part of your estate plan.

Where does my money go? 

 Click here for a list of the various funds that support St. Anne Parish. 

Click here for a list of the 2nd Collections taken up throughout the year.

 

As Christian Stewards, we receive God’s gifts gratefully, cultivate them responsibly, share them lovingly in justice with others, and return them with increase to the Lord.”

- USCCB Bishop’s Letter
Stewardship: A Disciple’s Response

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Click here to donate online to St. Anne. We are grateful for your support!

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