Faith is grounded in mystery, the sacraments, the experience of worship and church aesthetics. One comes to know God through these things. There is a primary focus on the ministry area of worship, and individual needs are met through the outward and visible signs of the sacraments. There is a high value on the authority of the church, and often good stewardship has been mandated by the clergy. More emphasis is needed to reclaim the power of the offering. Bringing the offering forward and placing it on the altar ties God's people and their lives to the Eucharist. We offer ourselves to be consecrated, made holy. This is powerful teaching and a place where stewardship education needs to be more articulate. The difficulty for Anglo-Catholics is the inclination to stay in the external, focused on the aesthetics, forgetting the internal movement of transformation. The sacramental aspects of stewardship have been largely untapped, and this may be an area of terrific opportunity to reclaim authentic symbols for our church.