Who we are and a bit about us!
The Rev. Pamela Dolan, Rector
or phone: 314-576-5502 Ext. 1
Pamela Dolan serves as our rector. Raised in Hawaii and California, she holds degrees from UC Berkeley and Harvard Divinity School. Pamela has just finished her D.Min. at Sewanee, the University of the South School of Theology. She sometimes hangs out in coffee shops and expounds on her unfinished doctoral dissertation on weeping and injustice in medieval poetry, but more often she is found enjoying life with her husband, their two daughters, and their dogs Abbey and Spike.
Deacon Susan Naylor
Susan was ordained a deacon in 2004, after graduating with the first class from the Episcopal School for Ministry. Susan is a registered nurse, and has worked in area hospitals, and as served as a Parish Nurse in three congregations. Susan works as a Home Health Nurse for Lutheran Senior Services. Susan and her husband Earl live in Rock Hill.
Lori Fisher, Senior Warden
Lori joined Good Shepherd in February 2013 and currently serves as our senior warden. She was raised in Iowa and graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism many, many years ago. Lori is happily retired after being one of those ‘corporate communications and marketing types.’ She enjoys golf, traveling, reading, and spoiling her nephews, nieces, grand nephews and grand nieces.
A bit about Good Shepherd…
Rev. Pamela Dolan and Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd was established as a mission of the Diocese of Missouri in 1953, sponsored by St. Peter’s Church in Ladue. In 1956 the congregation became a parish, and located to its present site in Town & Country. The Rev. Pamela Dolan, the 6thRector since the church was founded, was called in 2012. Good Shepherd contonues to be a vibrant, friendly and welcoming parish. A video HERE highlights events, programs and celebrations in our Parish from January 2012 through January 2013. We have a lot of fun together as we explore and live our journey of faith. You are always welcome to join us for fun and fellowship.
(Thank you to Mark Moore of 8th Nerve who mixed and mastered the music in our video!)
To learn more about the Episcopal Church Diocese of Missouri please follow this link:www.diocesemo.org/
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