Welcome to COMPASS!

COMPASS is designed to engage young adults in conversations about faith and finance. COMPASS is composed of four elements:

  • Relevant Resources  on our Ecumenical Stewardship Center web page that are relational, informational, and practical, to help you map a path to faithful finances.
  • A Facebook Community that offers a space to ask questions and and start conversations.  Have a particular concern related to faith and finances?  Have tips about what worked for you?  Log on and join the conversation!
  • A Blog that delves more deeply into the questions of faith and finances while also offering tips on how to use the resources below.  With posts written by young adults and leaders in the field of stewardship, this is a place to gain new and deeper insights into the often chaotic world of faith and finances.
  • Live Chats enhance other COMPASS resources by providing real-time opportunities for interaction between young adults and stewardship and generosity thought leaders on a variety of topics.

We want to hear from you! Have a comment or question? What resources have been most helpful? What other resources would you like to see? How does your faith inform your financial decisions? Join the conversation on the COMPASS Facebook page.

COMPASS is an initiative of the Ecumenical Stewardship Center. As a Network for Growing Stewards, the Ecumenical Stewardship Center (ESC) provides resources that encourage the development of generous giving and faithful stewardship as transformational spiritual practices for faith communities and their leaders. Twenty denominations and several stewardship-related organizations in the US and Canada are partners in ESC’s mission and ministry. You can find them on the ESC website at stewardshipresources.org.


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