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
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
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