The stewardship department encourages faithful financial support of the Lord’s work through spiritual motivation. It has a selection of materials to assist the church in educating church members in faithful tithing and support of church budget.


Offertory Reading

November 28: Streams of Light (The gospel work in the Inland Northwest)

Ellen G. White says, “God’s plan in the tithing system is beautiful in its simplicity and equality” Counsels on Stewardship, page 73. Indeed the tithing system is easy to understand. Even young children understand the system and many of them faithfully return tithe from the small amounts they have. God blesses every act of faithfulness!

The tithe we return is sent to the conference and the conference executive committee administers it. The tithe is used to pay those engaged in ministry. The conference keeps records of how the tithe is used and reports are given to the constituency. While most of the tithe stays in the local conference some of it is shared with the world church and used for the support of the ministry around the world.

Today, in addition to returning our tithe, we can partner with sister churches in the Upper Columbia Conference to assist with education, evangelism, training, media ministries and so much more! Thank you for your generous support!


2015 North American Division

Mission Investment Projects

Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada

Alberta Conference

The new generation of Cree students on the Maskwacis Reserve is more open to the Adventist way of life. However, very few finish high school. A new high school building is needed to accommodate helping these young people. The Alberta Conference is involved with building the new school and plans to establish a chaplain’s presence that will provide transformational influence in the Cree community, specifically within the Mamawi Atosketan Native School in Maskwacis, Alberta, Canada. This will provide opportunity for spiritual emphasis and individual studies with clergy during the high school years. The goal is to facilitate rapport-building contact with SDA clergy.

Quebec Conference
The goal is to reach French Canadians, second-generation immigrants and First Nations (aboriginal) population in Charlesbourg, Quebec, Canada. The need is to rent a building that will be used to provide a place of influence the secular mind. It would be a place to train members, offer services to the community, and provide a reading space in a relaxed environment. Teams of young people would be organized and trained to mingle with the community so as to generate interest in spiritual themes.

Southern Union Conference

South Atlantic Union Conference

West End Church, Atlanta, GA works to meet the needs of Atlanta’s poor underprivileged and at risk families through the West End Family Life and Community Center. They provide educational, social, spiritual, and recreational programs and services to the youth of the community. Their focus for this project is to provide summer camp experience/VBS for 50 children 6-12 years old and the E3 Program for 100 youth 13-21 years old, which consists of two sessions on life–skills, lasting for three months. They will gain a sense of self-respect, personal goals, and education skills that will facilitate their employability.

Georgia Cumberland Conference
This project will help provide rent, food, clothing, schooling, household goods and other necessities to refugees from Burma that have settled in the Atlanta, GA Metro area, specifically Clarkston, GA. The goal is not only to help the refugees but inspire church members to cultivate a attitude of giving to others in need. The local churches in the area would be involved in distributing the necessities to the listed families.