Job Description: The primary role of the Stewardship/Ministry Engagement Director is to actively foster the spirituality of stewardship as a way of life in Holy Family Parish by coordinating, directing and facilitating a comprehensive, parish-wide stewardship plan aimed to challenge parishioners to recognize themselves as stewards of God's gifts, each responsible and accountable to receive these gifts gratefully, share them in justice with love, and return them with increase to the Lord.
This role reports directly to the Pastor, Rev. Paul J. Rosing and works closely with other Parish Staff to be successful in meeting job responsibilities which overlap between the school and church communities.
Stewardship: Plan, coordinate and manage all tasks associated with the promotion of year-round stewardship formation/education.
Hospitality and Volunteer Management: Plan, coordinate and manage all tasks associated with affirming and developing a culture of hospitality and engagement in the parish. This would include registering new parishioners, annual ministry assessment, growing opportunities for lay leadership ministry development/refreshment, annual volunteer appreciation dinner.
Communications: Manage direction and content for quarterly parish newsletter, to include time/talent/treasure and ministry focus, as well as coordinating the year-end financial report with the Business Manager.
Development: In partnership with other staff or parish lay volunteer(s), coordinate fund development for longer-term needs of the parish, including growth of the church and school endowments, matching gift opportunities, memorials, special fundraising events, grants and alumni relations.
Education and experience background should include Bachelor's degree or its equivalent, with two or more years' experience in stewardship development.
Holy Family is beginning to learn the Mass of St. Frances Cabrini, a Mass setting that every parish in our Diocese will learn. This past Lent, we have used the Lenten Gospel Acclamation from that Mass.
On the weekends of May 21 & 28 we will learn the Alleluia and the Amen and begin singing them immediately. In mid-June, we will learn the Mystery of Faith (Memorial Acclamation) and the Lamb of God. The Glory to God will be addressed beginning this Fall. The sound track from this Mass is available here as a Youtube video and the congregation Mass parts are here as a PDF. These resources are offered to assist in learning the melody for your participation at weekend liturgies.
We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity as we "make a joyful noise!" Judy Biros (Music Director)
Pope Francis names Bishop Nelson Perez as Bishop of Cleveland
Please pray for Bishop Nelson Perez, Auxiliary Bishop of Rockville Center in New York as he becomes the 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Cleveland. For more info go to http://www.dioceseofcleveland.
Father Paul Rosing
Father Mike Ausperk
Father Kevin Klonowski
In preparation for the World Synod of Bishops in October 2018 whose topic is "Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment," please consider taking a brief survey. More information and access to the survey that applies to you can be found at
Thank you and please pray for our youth and young adults!
Fr. Paul Rosing
Fr. Mike Ausperk
Fr. Kevin Klonowski
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