Stewardship

"Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you." - Luke 6:38

At Buncombe Street United Methodist Church, every member is a minister. That means we try out different service opportunities until we find one that fits. It means we share our financial resources as we are able. We continue to invest in our faith community as it strengthens our personal relationship with God. We ask ourselves, “Why not try something new?” and “Why not invest in what matters?”

Understanding Stewardship: A Sunday School Class Teaching Aide

Stewardship can be confusing, so we’ve prepared a teaching aide to help you and your Sunday School class better understand Stewardship and the role Buncombe Street plays in encouraging our church to be good stewards. Click here to review or download the presentation.

When You are Ready to Make a Commitment:

If you feel ready to make a commitment of your time, talent and treasure for next year, please complete the forms below. The Time & Talent form is to designed for individuals committing their energy and gifts. The Treasure form is for individuals, couples, or families committing financial resources.

Commit Time & Talent

Commit Treasure

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Is Bruce Springsteen a Good Steward?

God calls each of us to be generous stewards of everything He has given unto our care. The faithful practice of stewardship requires making choices. Among those choices is the decision to choose where we will invest our finances, time and talents. While making those decisions, consider God’s unfailing faithfulness to us. Our choices will reveal the relative importance of God in our lives.

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