Spring Clean-Up Day will be Saturday, June 9, from 9 am to 12 noon. We will work inside and outside the church. Families are welcome! Stay for an hour, or for the morning, whatever is possible. We will get the building and grounds ready for an exciting church picnic on Sunday, June 24. We will be producing a church video that day, with the help of the Communications Director from the Office of the Bishop.
Good Shepherd parishioners, family and friends will be walking again this year at beautiful Sloan’s Lake Park to raise awareness and funding for brain tumor research. There is no registration fee for those under age 18. Adults 18 and older - $25 register registration fee. Continue Reading . . .
Please join us as we honor and thank The Rev. Craig MacColl for his spiritual leadership throughout the last 13 years on Saturday, April 7th from 4 to 6 pm in the parish hall. We will be serving hors d’oeuvres along with wine and non-alcoholic punch. Continue Reading . . .
The Easter Vigil service is the most ancient liturgy in the Christian Church and is the first celebration of Easter. Music will be led by EveningSong, our contemporary music group. The service begins outside underneath the entryway at 8 pm with the lighting of the "Easter Fire," and the procession . . . Continue reading
Services at 12 noon and 7 pm
Good Friday is the day when we commemorate Jesus' suffering and death on the Cross. For many, it is a day to fast and to set aside time for worship and prayer - time to reflect on our Lord's suffering and his victory over death. Continue reading . . .
5:45 pm Soup Supper, Readings and Sermon in the Parish Hall
Foot Washing Service Begins at 7:00 pm in Parish Hall
During a meal on this night, which is usually referred to as "The Last Supper," Jesus gave his disciples a new commandment of love - to love one another as Jesus . . . Continue reading . . .
Over the years, Juice O'The Barley has established itself as one of the most sought after purveyors of Irish pub music in Colorado. Taking its name from a well-known--and much consumed--Irish beverage, THE JUICE performs contemporary versions of pub classics, . . . continue reading
Many of us live super-busy lives and the stress takes a toll on our physical, emotional and spiritual health. However, studies have shown the value of quiet activities, such as meditation and prayer, in reducing the effects of stress and in finding peace. To help with this cause, Good Shepherd’s . . . continue reading
Again this year, the Outreach Committee is coordinating with St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church to give us all the opportunity to participate in their Annual SGROW Day, providing us all with the opportunity to participate in community service. Join us on Saturday, February 17, from . . . continue reading
The Hummin’Birds draw their inspiration from early masters in American music styles, including Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, the Stanley Brothers, the Louvin Brothers, Bob Wills, Doc Watson, Cindy Walker, Les Paul & Mary Ford… and the list goes on! They deliver an . . . continue reading
This six-week series will help parishioners lay a foundation for deepening their relationship with God by inviting them to experience some different types of prayer that will help them to . . . continue reading
The Annual Parish Meeting, which will take place at 10:30 am on Sunday, January 28, is one of the most important events of our church calendar because we come together to do five significant things:
• Elect three new members of the Vestry (bios and photos of candidates will be emailed to parishioners in mid-January)
Based in Colorado Springs, Forté is a nationally recognized, advanced handbell quartet marked by artistry, energy, and dedication to their craft. Formed in 2007, Forté has emerged as a unique . . . continue reading
For Christians, Advent, the four-week season before Christmas, is a time of anticipation and holy waiting. Practically speaking, it can also be a time of stress with presents to buy and food to cook and parties to attend. How can we focus on the hope of the season as we prepare our home, our family and ourselves for Jesus’ birth?To help, Good Shepherd will offer a Quiet Morning from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 9 in the Chapel.
Join us for this seasonal concert featuring beautiful music and readings which will prepare us for the joyful birth of the Christ Child. Advent Lessons & Carols was originally celebrated at King’s College in England many years ago and is still part of many Anglican holiday traditions . The program will include . . . Continue Reading
Join us for our first Music with a Mission Concert of the season featuring pianist Dr. Stephen Fiess and the music of two great Classical composers – Frederic Chopin and Franz Liszt – both of whom wrote music that is beloved the world over. Polish composer Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) is . . . Continue Reading
Each year, Good Shepherd Episcopal Church brings in thousands of pumpkins for sale in a fun, family-friendly setting, to raise funds for area programs for the homeless and hungry. Bring the whole family to shop for pumpkins, enjoy good fellowship and support this ministry. All proceeds from pumpkin sales go directly to five area organizations that serve the homeless . . . Continue reading
Bonfils Bloodmobile Coming to Good Shepherd!
Save a life today by donating blood on the Bonfils bloodmobile which will be at Good Shepherd on Sunday, October 1, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. For more information and to schedule your appointment, please click the link below to be taken directly to the Bonfils website.
Use Site Code 0679 when you register
How to Find Your Passion and Get Involved
(and avoid burn out!)
Join Laura Kuhlmann, Director of Volunteers with St. Francis Center, for this free, informative workshop which is open to anyone on the volunteer spectrum: those who . . . continue reading
Join us at Good Shepherd September 10 directly following the 10 am service (around 11:15 am) for an all-ages program of education and service to learn about, serve, and pray for local refugees. A hands-on children and youth program will be offered downstairs to help kids understand what life is like for refugees, while adults hear from a local refugee about her journey from Iraq and the experience of being a refugee in the U.S. Continue reading