Sacred Ground is a film- and reading-based dialogue series on race and faith. Participants will walk together through America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in the threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity. It’s an invitation for small groups to gather to learn, share, and prepare to become Beloved Community.
The Church of the Good Shepherd will embark on this journey onto Sacred Ground this fall. We’ll form dialogue groups which will meet every two weeks to study, listen, and discuss. Please contact the church if you are interested in learning more about the program.
Summer is fast approaching, and many of us will be traveling – why not take church with you? Our “Take-out Church” is contained in one small pizza box, which easily fits under almost any car’s front seat. Inside the box you’ll find materials to help you continue to grow in the “Seven Practices of Love”: Turn, learn, pray, worship, go, bless, rest. The boxes are available in the parish hall. If you would like to have a Take-out Church box delivered to your home, please do not hesitate to contact Katharina Johnson.
Every Sunday in Lent, starting March 10th from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.
During the 40 days of Lent, the people of Good Shepherd will get together every Sunday over breakfast to listen to each other’s faith stories, and to tell our own. We’ll be using the Go Speak Reconciliation Edition cards with prompts about faith, Jesus, race, and reconciliation. We will enjoy food and create a sacred space for our stories. Please come and join us.
Come to celebrate the last day before lent. Join us for delicious Louisiana food, King Cake, crafts sponsored by the day school, face painting, a musical presentation by the day school children, and lots of other fun.
Dinner will be served from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Musical presentation at 5:30 p.m. Suggested donations for dinner: $7 per adult, $5 per child, $20 max per family
Looking for the perfect gift for Mother’s Day? A birthday? With a gift from our Abundant Gifts Catalog you can’t go wrong. Instead of collecting dust on the shelf, it will keep on giving by making an impact on the lives of people who have not had the opportunities we have had. By donating a gift in your loved one’s honor to one of the outreach ministries of Good Shepherd, you will truly give a gift that keeps giving. We’ll provide you with attractive cards to inform the recipients of your gifts.
You can support the following ministries with your gift: Snack Bag Ministry, Conetoe Bee Hives, Good Shepherd Day School
As the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, we follow the Way of Jesus. His way is the Way of Love, and that love has the power to change lives and change the world.
Members of Church of the Good Shepherd are joining thousands of Episcopalians around the country in developing a Rule of Life following “The Way of Love – Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life”. Find Bishop Curry’s invitation and other helpful resources here. Please contact us to find out how you can come along on the journey.