• More to it than shenanigans

    March 2018 · Uncategorized

    This Lent, we’re sharing a series of weekly reflections provided by members of The Saint Francis Foundation’s Church Relations team. The Very Rev. Chas Marks has written a few thoughts for this Friday.


    Match Madness will match donor gifts made to Saint Francis

    March 2018 · Uncategorized

    Match Madness, a one-day event designed to generate new gifts to The Saint Francis Foundation endowment, is just a week away. Sponsored by the Greater Salina Community Foundation, every donation made to Saint Francis during the event will be matched, up to 50 cents for each dollar, with a cash grant for immediate needs.


    Looking for common ground

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    This Lent, we’re sharing a series of weekly reflections provided by members of The Saint Francis Foundation’s Church Relations team. The Rev. Benjamin Thomas, Th.D., has written a few thoughts for this Friday.


    For them, stewardship is a way of life

    March 2018 · Donor Stories

    They began teaching their children at an early age, with a 50-cent weekly allowance paid in nickels. One nickel always went to the church, the rest to spend as they pleased. As each child grew older, the allowance – and the tithe – increased. Their hope was that their children would carry the spirit of stewardship into adulthood.


    Take a moment, be still

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    This Lent, we’re sharing a series of weekly reflections provided by members of The Saint Francis Foundation’s Church Relations team. The Very Rev. Chas Marks has written a few thoughts for this Friday.


    Forgiveness, the truest gift

    February 2018 · Uncategorized

    This Lent, we’re sharing a series of weekly reflections provided by members of The Saint Francis Foundation’s Church Relations team. The Rev. Benjamin Thomas, Th.D., has written a few thoughts for this Friday.


    Let’s ‘add on’ this Lent

    February 2018 · Uncategorized

    This Lent, we’ll share a series of weekly reflections provided by members of The Saint Francis Foundation’s Church Relations team. The Very Rev. Chas Marks has written a few thoughts for this first Friday of Lent. People often think of Lent as a time for “giving up” something. While fasting and self-denial are an important aspect of this holy season, Lent is also a time for us to “add on” practices that help us better live out our Baptismal call to be the Body of Christ in the world.


    Fostering in Faith: Chloe and Kailey

    January 2018 · Fostering in Faith

    Sisters Chloe, 9, and Kailey, 13, are both crazy about animals. Currently living with a foster family on a Kansas farm, they love every minute of country life. They’re also fans of the arts. Chloe likes the theatre, and Kailey enjoys music, drawing, and crafts.