What’s Happening

We still have change boxes to support the UTO!

Remember, this isn’t just about charity or generosity, but about cultivating the practice of gratitude. Every time you experience something for which to be grateful, take a moment to feel the gratitude and then give thanks by dropping a little money into the box, knowing it will go to a good cause.
See Deacon Susan for a box! 
Boxes are due April 30. 

The Congregation is  Invited!

The Congregation is invited to an 80th Birthday Celebration for Bobbee Ross on Saturday April 29, 2-4pm, in the Parish Hall.  Please contact Diane Stirling or Joanne Owen with questions. 



Seeds, Soil, & Sun
June 5-9, 9am-Noon, Grades K-5

See Rev. Pamela or Leslie McIntire for more information or to register your child(ren)!

An Evening of Bingo!  
Saturday June 10

Doors Open at 6:00 p.m., Games begin at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $20 and cover all games and beverages!
Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Ice Cream will be for Sale!



Beginning on Sunday April 30 and going throughout the Spring and Summer months, we hope to see flower clippings from the home gardens of our own parishioners!  Whatever it is you grow–be they gorgeous Azalea, Dahlia, Magnolia, Hydrangea, or any other beautiful flowers, please sign up to share them in our worship!  God’s creation is beautiful!  Please see the sign-up sheet in the lobby!


Exciting news:

The Community of St. Brigid

The Community of St. Brigid is coming to Good Shepherd:  Beginning on Sunday, June 11, Good Shepherd will be the site of a weekly gathering of the members of the Community of St. Brigid, a ministry partnership approved by the Vestry and also by our Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Wayne Smith. The Sunday evening events will be based on the model of a “Farm Church” or “Supper Church,” and will be open to all, both members of Good Shepherd and newcomers alike. The gatherings will include time in the garden, a simple meal, and aworship service (outdoors, weather permitting). St. Brigid’s is the brainchild of our rector, the Rev. Dr. Pamela Dolan, and her colleagues the Rev. Maria Evans and the Rev. Kevin McGrane. More information will be forthcoming, but in the mean time mark your calendars and consider supporting this new ministry initiative in the Diocese of Missouri to whatever extent feels like a good fit for you.
All are welcome!


Good Shepherd is proud to announce that our rector, the Rev. Dr. Pamela Dolan has written an article that’s been published in The Anglican Digest, entitled, “Compunction and Repentance.” Copies are once again available on the table outside the office, or you can find the article on:    http://anglicandigest.org/issues/spring-d-2017/


We are a praying community!  

Please email Andrew the names of people for whom we can pray, both individually and as a church community.  We remove any name after six weeks, unless it is requested that they remain on the list for a longer period of time. Please pray for:Barbara, Cheri, Kara, Kate, Pete,  Savannah, Melodie, Julie, Megan, Marc, Agnes, Bob, Kate, Brigida, Andrew, Samantha, Fr. Bob, Holly, Tom, Ruth, Annie, Rick, Vel, and Mary.