Stewardship Sunday 2021
Join us for our annual celebration of Stewardship Sunday on November 7th, 2021 at 10:00am. Read Fr. Thom's annual letter here.
The best way to give to New Roads is to give online which is simple, safe, and secure. Give via Venmo, PayPal, ApplePay, or GooglePay, or schedule ongoing donations using your checking account, debit, or credit card using the buttons below:
To give to a second collection, click your parish's online giving link above; then click the orange button: "View all Second Collections." To give by check, make your check payable to either St. Joseph Parish or St. Luke Parish and include the name of the special collection in the memo line. Mail your check to our collaborative office: New Roads Catholic Community, 130 Common St, Belmont, MA 02478
Stories of Life Change
Your giving makes an impact! Here are just a few stories of the impact your giving has made possible:
WAYS TO GIVE
Online giving is the easiest and most convenient way for you to give and for us to receive your gift. Use the links above to give to either of our parishes. Choose your giving frequency and amount.
Give by Check
Please make your check payable to either St. Joseph Parish or St. Luke Parish and send it to our collaborative office: New Roads Catholic Community, 130 Common St, Belmont, MA 02478
To donate appreciated securities, bonds, or mutual funds, or if you are considering supporting New Roads in your estate plan, please contact Lou Fabrizio at email@example.com
New Roads Giving Principles
At New Roads, we believe that disciples give to their place of worship as an act of worship and so we like to offer the following 4 principles for giving based on the Bible and the teachings of Jesus.
- PLAN: Disciples give to God intentionally. The best way to make a plan for giving is to give automatically by giving online.
- PRIORITY: Jesus taught us to make giving our top priority when it comes to money, as an act of gratitude to God--aligning our hearts with the truth that all we have is a gift from God.
- PERCENTAGE: Scripture talks about the tithe or giving 10% back to God. Simply pick any percentage and start from there. We give a percentage because Jesus taught that we should give from our substance and not just from our surplus.
- PROGRESS: We want to be progressing in the amount we are giving as an act of trust -- each year trusting God more and more with the gifts he has given us.
For more information or questions about giving to New Roads, please contact Lou Fabrizio. To view quarterly financial statements from both parishes, please visit the Finance Reports page.