Cathedral Stewardship Program



Christian Stewardship is:

  • Learning how to be a responsible and concerned caretaker of Christ’s Church; it is learning how to enjoy Church life and be happy in Church work., for in Her dwells the fullness of the Spirit of God.
  • Our active commitment to use all our time, talent and treasure for the benefit of humankind in grateful acknowledgment of Christ’s redeeming love.
  • Caring for the needs of others.
  • Offering one’s self to God as He offered Himself to us.
  • What a person does after saying “I believe…”, as proof of that belief.
  • Devotion and service to God and His Church as persons, as families, as diocese/metropolis, as national Church and as Church universal.




Membership in the Orthodox Church begins at baptism (Chrismation for some) and continues throughout our life. We are united with Christ through the sacraments, or mysteries, of the Church and through our faithful offering of our entire selves to Jesus Christ. Our Archdiocese requires each parish to distinguish between voting members and non-voting members. A voting member is over 18 years of age and turns in a signed stewardship commitment card, committing a portion of time, talent and treasure to the Church. The Archdiocese also requires the voting member to remain current through the year on their commitments. Keep in mind that true membership in the Body of Christ involves living according to His word and within His Church.




The God who came to us at Bethlehem continues to come to us today. He comes through the Sacrament of Baptism to bestow upon us His love, to call us His very own. He comes through the Sacrament of Chrismation to fill us with His presence, to make our bodies temples of His Holy Spirit. He comes through repentance and the Sacrament of Confession to cleanse us of sin, to restore in our souls "the peace of God that passes all understanding." In every liturgy He comes to us as the Word of God, bringing words of eternal life through the Scripture readings and the sermon. Through the Sacrament of Communion He comes to be born again and again in the shabby stables of our hearts. He comes constantly through prayer. He blesses our marriages as He did in Cana of Galilee. He stands by our sick bed, laying His healing hand upon us through the prayers of the priest. He comes again and again in so many, many ways through the many ministries of His Church. He comes with healing and forgiveness; He comes with strength and guidance. He comes and when He comes, as the Bible says, "the blind see, the lame walk, and the prisoners are set free." It is by offering our blessings back to God that He will be able to continue His forgiving, healing, liberating, empowering, transfiguring, loving ministry through the Church. For God, Infinite though He be, has chosen to work through us, through our gifts, to continue His saving work in the world today. Fr. Anthony M. Coniaris




A traditional American proverb says that, "God makes this request of his children: Do the best you can, where you are, with what you have, now." The story of Jesus Christ feeding the 5,000 illustrates this through the boy's offering of all that he had - five loaves and two fish. This boy did his best with what he had, and Jesus used it to perform an incredible miracle. Just like the boy who offered the loaves and the fish, if we offer what we have - however great or small our gift - God will receive our gifts and multiply them to feed His people. This past year we initiated a variety of new youth events, expanded our Greek School, and continued our outreach the the Boston Community with our aid to homeless veterans. In the coming year we expect to launch even more ministry initiatives. We ask you to support these worthy ministries. Giving to His Church is a way to thank God for His grace and generosity. The question is not, "How much do I give to stay in the club?" or "What are the dues?" but "How can I thank God for my many blessings?" Before downloading and completing the Stewardship Commitment Card and Information Form, please give prayerful consideration to the commitment you are making. A check mailed to the church is most meaningful when accompanied by your presence, by your willingness to serve, by your prayers, and by your commitment. Giving is not a substitute for commitment - it is an expression of your commitment and an expression of thanks for the many blessings in your life.


Stewardship Resources



Download our Stewardship Brochure to learn more about our stewardship program. Share the brochure with a friend so they can join your family and become a steward of our Cathedral family!

Stewardship Brochure



Please complete the Stewardship Form and make sure to let us know about your interests so we can help you get involved with our many ministries. Click on the link below to become a Steward today!!

Stewardship Form



Each year we have a variety of events planned for our Cathedral Community. Click on the link below for a calendar of this year's events so you can plan your schedule for the coming year.