Stewardship
Ste|ward|ship
['stju:ɐdʃip] die; -
<aus gleichbed. engl. stewardship, eigtl. »Verwaltungsdienst«, zu steward (vgl. ↑Steward) u. -ship (engl. Suffix im Sinne von dt. »-schaft«)>
Laiendienst der Gemeindemitglieder, die einen Teil ihrer Zeit, ihrer Fähigkeiten u. ihres Geldes der Gemeinde zur Verfügung stellen (in der protestantischen Kirche der USA)

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