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Growing Good Stewards

Welcome to Growing Good Stewards – a place for conversing, learning, networking and imagining the future among Anglicans and friends who strive to be Good Stewards. The writers created three broad categories to guide our work. These include content for parish stewardship teams; content for individuals; and content for resourcing ministry.

The idea for this blog grew out of a national dialogue on stewardship convened by the Anglican Church of Canada in October 2012. And it will continue to “grow” as new writers join the team and you engage in the conversation. We are grateful to “The Community” for hosting the discussions to follow. Welcome, and please join in the conversation.

The founding team of bloggers includes:

  • Ms. Liz Cullen, Stewardship Mentor, Diocese of New Westminster
  • The Very Rev. Kevin Dixon, Dean and Rector, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Diocese of Huron
  • Mr. Peter Misiaszek, Director of Stewardship Development, Diocese of Toronto
  • Glen Mitchell, Director of Stewardship & Gift Planning, Diocese of New Westminster
  • Mr. Alex Parsons, Diocesan Stewardship/Planned Giving Officer, Diocese of Saskatoon
  • Mr. Kevin Smith, Regional Gift Planning Consultant, Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland & Labrador
  • The Very Rev. Peter Wall, Dean and Rector, Christ’s Church Cathedral, Diocese of Niagara
Glen Mitchell

About Glen Mitchell

Glen is the Director of Stewardship & Gift Development in the Diocese of New Westminster. He is a member of St. Mary's Kerrisdale Anglican Church. He leads a group at St. Mary's who care deeply about human rights and development issues in El Salvador. Glen is a member of the General Synod "Resources for Mission" Committee.
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4 Responses to Growing Good Stewards

  1. Hello:

    We had five years of great work on Stewardship education that wound up 2 years ago. Now we are trying to start the next chapter, so I am interested to see what comes up here. Sue

     

  2. Hello:

    We had five years of great work on Stewardship education that wound up 2 years ago. Now we are trying to start the next chapter, so I am interested to see what comes up here. Sue

     

  3. Good to have you with us, +Sue! The stewardship group will start blogging early next week, and I hope what they offer can inspire some lively conversation. It sounds like your diocese has some important things to contribute, and we’ll have to draw on those resources and experiences!

  4. Glen Mitchell

    Great to hear from Bishop +Sue about their stewardship work. We’ll look forward to your contributions to the discussion in the blogs to follow.

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