Wondering if you’re called to be…a steward?
Read these words and look at the image below as you ponder the questions
A steward plays a vital role in the team that leads local churches and circuits. There are two types of steward: church and circuit. These are voluntary roles and you are elected to serve for up to six years.
Good stewards are:
- praying people
- caring, supportive and mindful of others’ needs.
In the book of Ruth, Ruth says to her mother-in-law Naomi: “Your people shall be my people, and your God my God.” Ruth 1:16 (NRSV)
Ruth had a sense of calling that seemed to be both a duty and a delight.
- How do you think this is also true in the ministry of being a steward?
- What opportunities to serve might enable you to know God in a different way?
Circuit Stewards Handbook and Training materials
What is a circuit steward?
What do circuit stewards do?
How are circuit stewards appointed?
Who becomes a circuit steward?