400 South Adams Ave. Rayne, La 70578


Donation Options


Stewardship is a commitment of mind and heart to the Lord; a way of life that needs constant renewal and transformation. If you would like to help support the many ministries at St. Joseph you can contact the office for more information on stewardship and donations or make a secure donation online below. Click HERE for more information on stewardship.

For more ways to get involved please visit our Ministries page for opportunities to give of your time and talents.

Online Giving:

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Mail In or Drop Off Donations:

St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church
400 South Adams Ave.
Rayne, La 70578

email: info@stjoerayne.org
office: 337-334-2193

Automatic Bank Draft:

For your convenience we offer automatic bank draft.  You have Monthly, BiMonthly, and Weekly options to make your donations straight from your checking account.  To set up automatic draft donations please download the attached authorization form, complete, and return to the parish office.

Direct Deposit Offerings Authorization Form

More on Stewardship:

“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace” (1 Pt 4:10).

What identifies a steward? Safeguarding material and human resources and using them responsibly are one answer; so is generous giving of time, talent, and treasure. But being a Christian steward means more. As Christian stewards, we receive God’s gifts gratefully, cultivate them responsibly, share them lovingly in justice with others, and return them with increase to the Lord. -USCCB

Stewardship of Family:
Resolve to set aside more time to stay connected with your family. Eat dinner together, schedule regular dates with your spouse, plan family outings, and go to Mass together.

Stewardship of Health:
Resolve to get those medical and dental checkups. Adopt healthier eating habits. Add exercise and other physical activity to your daily routine.

Stewardship of Possessions:
Resolve to possess a little more “lightly” this year. Consider ways you can reduce the amount of all that stuff you own. Distinguish between those items that are necessary and those that are considered luxurious and unnecessary.

Stewardship of Parish Family:
Resolve to serve your faith community in some way this year such as at liturgy, in the parish’s outreach or education and formation efforts.

Stewardship of Money:
Resolve to render sacred your annual budget. Re-prioritize your financial goals to ensure that the Lord comes first in your spending. Take positive steps to improve your financial health.

Stewardship of Work:
Resolve to be faithful to your daily, work related tasks and offer them up to the Lord. Cultivate your skills. Deepen your knowledge. Be mindful of how you are building the Kingdom of God.

Stewardship of Mind:
Resolve to keep your mind active. Commit to being more informed on the issues of the day. Read your bible. In this year of presidential elections in the United States, familiarize yourself with the Church’s social teachings.

Stewardship of Neighbor:
Resolve to be a person of hospitality; to make time and space for others who enter your life. Be more aware of those times when a neighbor, co-worker, fellow parishioner or stranger, needs a moment of kindness, a little attention or an affirming gesture on your part.

Stewardship of the Poor:
Resolve to live with more compassion and in solidarity with those less fortunate. Remember the poor in prayer, and commit to helping relieve in some way the plight of those who are impoverished or marginalized.

For more ways to get involved please visit our Ministries page for opportunities to give of your time and talents.

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