“St. Thomas Aquinas Canadian Martyrs Parish is a Halifax based Roman Catholic community of disciples of the Lord Jesus. We strive to proclaim Jesus Christ in word and deed and build up the Kingdom of God on Earth by celebrating dynamic liturgy and worship, evangelizing, and working for social justice and charity.”
What does Stewardship mean for me?
Who is a Christian Disciple?
One who responds to Christ’s call, follows Jesus and shapes his or her life in imitation of Christ’s.
Who is a Christian Steward?
One who receives God’s gifts gratefully, cherishes and tends them in a responsible and accountable manner, shares them in justice and love with others, and returns them with increase to the Lord.
How can I become a Steward?
This site lists the many ministries, services and opportunities available at St. Thomas Aquinas Canadian Martyrs Parish. We encourage you to reflect on your many God-given talents and invite you to participate in our parish life. Together we can create a dynamic atmosphere of involvement for our entire parish community.
Directory of Stewardship Opportunities
- Liturgy Committee
- Altar Society
- Lectors (Ministry of the Word)
- Altar Servers
- Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist for the Sick and Shut-ins
- Ministers of Hospitality/Ushers
- Music Ministry
- Audio Visual Ministry
- Family Faith Formation Programme Grades 1 – 6
- K4J Summer Camp
- The Bridge Ministry
- The Edge
- Marriage Prep Course
- 33 Days to Morning Glory
- The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)
- Parish Mission
- Grief Support Group
- Divine Mercy Devotion
- Eucharistic Adoration
- Catholic Women’s League of Canada
- St. Vincent de Paul Society
- Social Action Committee
- Hope Cottage
- Development and Peace
- Nicaragua Committee
- Weekly Food Collections
- Prolife Ministry
- Pastoral Care Group
- Finance Committee
- Pastoral Council
- Gardening Ministry
- Sunday Coffee Socials
- Social Cards Club
- Women’s and Men’s Golf Tournaments
- STACM Parish Education Award Committee
For more information regarding any of these activities, please contact the person listed or call the parish office at 423-3057. Our website stacm.ca is also a valuable resource for current information on parish activities. Sign up for the weekly e-bulletin!