COGS and the Episcopal Church

About 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.  We are presently in transition after the departure of our rector of five and a half years, and we are exploring who God calls us to be in the next phase of our life together!  We are trying new things and discovering what it looks like to be co-workers in ministry and sharing the Good News of Christ in new ways.  Sure, there are speed bumps, but as our interim pastor likes to say, “We’ll roll with it!”–and as a result, 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.  We would love for you to be a part of who we are becoming!

About the Diocese of Missouri

The Diocese of Missouri is under the leadership of The Rt Rev. George Wayne Smith, who is the 10th Bishop of the Diocese. The Diocese supports 42 churches throughout the eastern half of the state as well as campus ministries and Deaconess Anne’s House, an intentional community part of the Episcopal Service Corps.

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About the Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

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