The heart of stewardship is gratitude.

When we are filled with gratitude we overflow with joy and the desire to share our gifts with others.

In the act of giving, God's love is magnified and - like the loaves and fish - our gifts are multiplied. 

Online Giving

How can we repay the Lord for all the good done for us? By donating!

Support a cause, contribute to a fundraiser, pledge to a charity, tithe to your church. The decision is up to you.


How can we share our gifts with others?

By volunteering! Feed the hungry, pray for the sick, serve donuts and coffee, teach children about God's love,

welcome visitors and parishioners, sing to the congregation - the possibilities are endless!

Afraid you don't have enough time to volunteer? It's a common concern. Our ministries vary but all offer a wide range of needs and could require as little as an hour or two of your time a month.

Don't know where to begin? A good place to start is by attending various ministry events or by visiting the Parish Office or a Hospitality Table for a Ministry and Organization handbook.

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."

Helen Keller

2022 Pastoral Services Appeal

First, a big thank you for your generous support in the 2021 Pastoral Services Appeal (PSA) Campaign! Our parishioners far exceeded the 2021 goal. The amount collected in excess of the goal augments the funds needed to complete the church renovation project. This demonstrates a fabulous commitment by all to the success of this parish and the mission of the Diocese to fund the many ministries supported by the annual PSA campaigns. Saint Irenaeus parishioners once again shone bright and maintained their leadership role in stewardship within the Diocese. Way to go Saint Irenaeus!

We asked that you prayerfully consider donating to this year's Our Faith, Our Future 2022 PSA Campaign. No gift is too small and every gift is greatly appreciated. If each family gives a little, we will make a big impact on so many people!

Click to donate to the 2022 PSA Campaign!