2021 Stewardship Commitment Card


The Prayer of Stewardship

Lord Jesus Christ, You are the Good Steward, who redeemed Adam and Eve of their unsuccessful stewardship by offering Yourself for the life of the world. You did teach us in the feeding of the multitudes that whatever we give to God is returned to us manifold. You did praise those good and faithful servants in the parable of the talents who returned to the Master their gifts multiplied. So help us to learn the joy of stewardship, remembering that everything we have comes from You. For You are the Good Steward and to You we offer thanksgiving, praise and glory, together with Your Father who is everlasting and Your all-holy, good and life-giving Spirit now and ever and onto the ages of ages. Amen.


2021 Stewardship Commitment

As Orthodox Christians, we are called upon to be good stewards of all the gifts God has bestowed on us. Our stewardship commitment to our church should be an expression of gratitude for those many gifts, giving back to God in thanksgiving for the blessings He has given us. Orthodox stewardship is a mindset of thanksgiving. It is not a calculation of "How much do I need to give?", but a reflection on the questions "What am I thankful for?" and "How do I express my thanks to God for His gifts?


The Christian Stewardship Program is an opportunity to respond to Christ's love by perpetuating His ministry through the Church. Stewardship places the responsibility to support the Church exactly where it belongs, on us.


The love that Saint Paul describes in his letter to the Christians at Corinth is an expression of stewardship.
Stewardship is everything we do after we say “I believe.” Stewardship is about how we live our lives and make our choices. Stewardship is about love and love is about stewardship.



We ask that you prayerfully consider making your commitment toward this year's stewardship drive.

You may use the form below to make your 2021 commitment.


In Christ,

The 2021 Stewardship Committee

Jimmy & Elizabeth Horiates, Chairs Alin Voicu
Christina Andresen Jim Dolmas
Louis Antos Tori Hirner
John Apostolidis Gus Kostas
Mirela Ceku Pres. Alexandra Poulos
Jimmy Christon Chrysanthie Yianitsas
Boro Dedeitch Helen Zournas
Wade Stephens John Papadopoulos, Parish Council Liaison



Your Stewardship Commitment will help us meet our 2021 goals and supports the ministries, programs, and liturgical life of our Church.


Church Ministries, Programs, Organizations & Outreach

For more information or to participate, please contact the Church office at 972-991-1166 or by email at htgoc@holytrinitydallas.org


  •   Adult Education & Faith Enrichment
  •   Adult Weekly & Evening Bible Study
  •   Agape Visitations
  •   Altar Guild oAmerican Foundation for Greek Language & Culture (AFGLC)
  •   Arcadian Association "Tripolitsa" of Dallas
  •   Archives
  •   Austin Street Centre
  •   Bookstore
  •   Caregiver Support Group
  •   CaringBridge and CareCalendar
  •   Catechetical School
  •   Daughters of Penelope (DOP)
  •   Greek School & PTA (Youth & Adult)
  •   Hellenic Cultural Society of Dallas
  •   Holy Trinity Academy
  •   Holy Trinity Choir
  •   Holy Trinity Hellenic Dancers (HTHD)
  •   HT Parish Council
  •   Holy Orthodox Primary Education (HOPE)
  •   Maids of Athena oHT Men’s Ministry Fellowship
  •   Mission Blankets
  •   Nafpaktian Brotherhood
  •   North Dallas Shared Ministries
  •   North Texas Orthodox Missions (NTOM)
  •   Order of AHEPA
  •   Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) College Ministries
  •   Prison Ministry
  •   Sisterhood of St. Ksenia Women’s Ministry
  •   Senior Fellowship
  •   Social Media/Website
  •   St. Barbara Philoptochos Society - Meal Bearing Women
  •   Vacation Bible School
  •   Welcome Committee
  •   Yarn Guild
  •   Youth Choir
  •   Youth Ministry (JOY & GOYA)