WELCOME

OUR MISSION:

  • We are a people who hear the Good Shepherd’s voice, know by faith that we are His, and are called to seek and love our neighbors as He loves us.

Our vision:

  • We will be an affirming, welcoming, diverse community of the Jesus Movement within the Episcopal Church in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.
  • We will communicate our faith in God with truth, love, and joy.
  • We will actively pursue peace, well-being, and justice for all people.

 

 

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Information About Services (FAQs)

Upcoming Events 

August 17, 2022 at 11:30 AM

Shared prayer and discussion of the readings on Facebook Live. Masks are required for in-person worship.

https://www.facebook.com/gsecmd/?ref=bookmarks

August 20, 2022 at 11:00 PM

Food Drive - Good Shepherd Parking Lot
All nutritious staples are happily received. Here are some healthy items to consider:
- Tuna, Salmon, or Chicken, in water
- Dry or canned beans (low sodium, if possible)
- Natural nut butters
- Brown rice (16 oz)
- Whole grain pasta
- Pasta sauce in plastic jars
- Canned vegetables (low sodium, if possible)
- Canned fruit (in juice)
- Fruit cups
- Shelf-stable milk in individual milk boxes
- Cooking oils and spices
(Those of us who deliver have noticed that large boxes of dry cereal are easily squished when piled up and not the best choice.)

August 21, 2022 at 10:30 AM

The 10:30 am service is in-person in the Good Shepherd sanctuary. Please plan to wear a mask for in-person worship at 10:30. Masks are required while we are in the building.

August 21, 2022 at 1:00 PM

La Liturgia para la
Proclamación de la Palabra de Dios y
Celebración de la Santa Comunión.
Por favor, use una máscara en todos los servicios de adoración en persona. Recuerde, usar una máscara en el interior es una manera fácil de vivir según el mandato de Jesús de amar a nuestro prójimo como a nosotros mismos.

September 3, 2022 at 11:00 AM

Food Drive - Good Shepherd Parking Lot
All nutritious staples are happily received. Here are some healthy items to consider:
- Tuna, Salmon, or Chicken, in water
- Dry or canned beans (low sodium, if possible)
- Natural nut butters
- Brown rice (16 oz)
- Whole grain pasta
- Pasta sauce in plastic jars
- Canned vegetables (low sodium, if possible)
- Canned fruit (in juice)
- Fruit cups
- Shelf-stable milk in individual milk boxes
- Cooking oils and spices
(Those of us who deliver have noticed that large boxes of dry cereal are easily squashed when piled up and not the best choice.)

Support for displaced ukranians

Episcopal Relief & Development has mobilized with Anglican agencies and other partners in order to provide humanitarian assistance to people fleeing the violence in Ukraine.
Working through the Action by Churches Together Alliance ( ACT Alliance), Episcopal Relief & Development will provide blankets, hygiene supplies and other needed assistance.
Please pray for all those affected. Donations to Episcopal Relief & Development’s International Disaster Response Fund will provide humanitarian assistance for the crisis in Ukraine.
 
Another option is Razom - Razom for Ukraine   Razom for Ukraine has also received the Guidestar Gold Transparency designation for 2021.  They are a public charity and almost 100% of the contributions go directly to aid in Ukraine. More information about Razom.

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