WELCOME

WHO WE ARE

We are an affirming, diverse community of the Jesus Movement within the Episcopal Church in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.

WHAT WE DO

We seek to fulfill Christ’s command to Peter: “Feed my sheep”. With God's help we try to give physical and spiritual nourishment to our neighbors in our congregation, our neighborhood, our community, and the world.

WHY WE DO IT

We live out our calling in response to the Biblical mandate to love God completely and love our Neighbor as ourselves

 

Read the Current eVoice Newsletter

 

 

Annual Stewardship Campaign 2021

You can submit your Stewardship Pledge using the link above.

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Upcoming Events 

December 5, 2021 at 10:30 AM

The 10:30 am service has moved back into the Good Shepherd sanctuary. Please plan to wear a mask for in-person worship at 10:30. Masks will be required while we are in the building on Sunday mornings moving forward until further notice. This change is due to the recently changed CDC guidelines about wearing masks indoors and the possibility of break-through cases in people who have been vaccinated.

December 8, 2021 at 11:30 AM

A celebration of the Eucharist
and discussion of the readings on Facebook Live. Masks are required for in-person worship.

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

December 18, 2021 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.)

January 1, 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 squished when piled up and not the best choice.)

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