Financial giving is an important element of our spiritual relationship with God. Stewardship is about helping God’s people grow in their relationship with Jesus through the use of the time, talents and finances that God has entrusted to them. It is a way of life.
It is about how God is calling us to respond to God's presence in our lives.
Latest News & Resources:
Saturday, May 6, 2023: The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS) held a webinar for the Diocese of Hawai'i, to provide valuable information, insight and resources for our churches. Clergy and church leaders from around the Diocese joined in.
"[t was] a wonderful conversation about stewardship best practices and online giving," said Canon Sandy Graham, who organized the online event. The webinar was led by Canon J. Davey Gerhard, TENS Executive Director. The entire webinar can be viewed below along with links to resources and future webinars by TENS.
The Diocese is a member of TENS with access to special resources. Please contact Canon Sandy Graham for access. TENS Resource Links:
Parish Questionnaire - A questionnaire that can be used in your congregation as you refine your stewardship plans.
Newcomer Integration Record - Use this form to help you welcome and track the path of newcomers to your church to encourage them to become fully-adopted members.
Mutual Ministry Review - A list of questions that churches, vestries, committees, and leaders can use to review and celebrate ministry goals and plans with each other.
ACTS Commission Checklist - A timeline and checklist for helping you plan and conduct your Stewardship Campaign, from drawing up the theme to the ingathering of pledges.
ACTS Program, Acronym - ACTS: Apostles, Contributors, Teens/Children, and Seekers. These are the folks your stewardship plan will approach - and the approach is different for each group (from C.K. Robertson's book, "Transforming Stewardship")
Nurture Stewardship Presentation (April 2010) - How do you nurture diocesan stewardship ministries? Learn about stewardship as a way of life from this PowerPoint presentation by the Rev. Laurel Johnston, Program Officer for Stewardship with the Episcopal Church Center.
Sample Commitment Form (from Gesu Parish) - Download and customize this document to your congregation's stewardship campaign. List your stewardship goals, answer FAQs, and provide a form for making pledges.
We're here to serve you. Contact us – our services are free. We will be here for any support or questions you may have along the way: The Rev. Canon Sandy Graham, (808) 637-7776, ext. 309 (Stewardship programs) Sam Okita, Controller, (808) 536-7776, ext. 306 (Payment systems & budget)