The purpose of Stewardship For All Seasons (SAS) is to guide pastors and congregation leaders to learn tried and true basic principles and effective methodologies to carry out productive and mission-centered stewardship programs. Learn how to do year-round, on-going stewardship resulting in more money for ministry, more energized stewards, and a culture of generosity.

The entire program has been re-tooled to focus on the unique challenges of COVID-19, and the stewardship and mission opportunities presented by this moment. All sessions are conducted via Zoom, and thus sharable with any congregational leaders not able to be present.



  • Prepare your congregation’s story
  • Educate people to tell that story
  • Focus attention on your congregation’s mission
  • Inspire people to give generously
  • Learn tools and methods that really work
  • Build a team that enjoys leading stewardship efforts
  • Become confident and skilled in stewardship development › Apply biblical principles to gain more resources for mission › Experience the joy of asking and giving
  • Avoid searching for the latest hot stewardship program
  • Increase annual giving by 10 – 20% or more each year


Congregations participating in SAS will sign a covenant that outlines responsibilities and expectations of the congregation and the synod.


The fee is reduced to $1,950 per year with a 2 year commitment because of the synod partnership. This price includes 8 training events spaced throughout the year, access to fundraising and mission professionals who can help you navigate your particular congregation’s context, and both design and printing of materials by a professional graphic designer.

Congregations are encouraged to tithe (10%) of the increased revenue generated with this program  so resources like this can be offered to other congregations in the future.


Spring 2021 – Congregations approve participation and select teams

May 2021 – First meeting of all Rostered Leaders and at least one member of SAS team from each congregation meet with consultant

June – July 2021 – Electronic meeting with consultant, congregational council and SAS team to discuss process and goal setting

August 2021 – First gathering of teams with consultant

August 30 – September 15, 2021 – Individual consultations by Zoom

September 2021 – Meeting of team

October 1 – November 30, 2021 – Congregational appeals conducted

January 2022 – Meeting to launch season of Evaluation and to review results from Fall drive

March 2022 – Meeting to look at special giving options

Fall 2022 – April 2023 – Calendar to be provided later

Contact Rev. Matt Short at with any questions,
or to sign up to participate!