At Good Shepherd we seek to express God’s love in our parish by supporting others in times of need. Coordinated by lay people, each of these ministries remind our parishioners that the community is there in spirit, prayer, and support. Contact the church office if you are interested in any of these ministries.
Transforms altar flowers into bouquets for home delivery
Funeral and Crisis Support & Hospitality Ministry
Provides support to grieving parishioners
Bereavement Support Ministry
The Bereavement Support Ministry (BSM) has been formed to help a family plan a reception they wish to hold at Good Shepherd for a parishioner or a member of a parishioner’s family who has recently died. The BSM welcomes volunteers who would like to participate in this ministry. Contact Peggy Barr, email@example.com, or Priscilla Baetcke, firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn more about how you can help and to sign up. This is our way of ensuring that Good Shepherd can consistently and lovingly provide this service for its friends and parishioners.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
Take Holy Eucharist to those unable to attend services
Daughters of the King
A religious order of women who pledge themselves to a lifelong program of prayer, service, and personal evangelism. We meet the third Sunday of the month at 11:30 in Room 6. We would love for you to join us. Read more about the Daughters of the King. For information, please contact Susan Generazio or Kathy Moore.
President: Susan Generazio
Vice President: Kathy Moore
Secretary: Arline Easley
Treasurer: Gaela Hime
The Daughters of the King invite ALL of you (men too!) to their monthly Bible study of Adam Hamilton’s Making Sense of the Bible. The next discussion will be on March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Parlor. We will cover chapters 22-26 on violence, suffering, and other troubling issues in the Bible. Please join us whether or not you have done the reading. The DVD will cover the main ideas of the chapters. You may purchase the book, new, used, or electronic, through Amazon. Questions? Contact Kathy Moore for more information.