Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Parish
As we use this time to review our story as Church, we stand before an institution that has lasted 2,000 years with a unique parade of saints, popes, Doctors of the Church, and ordinary faithful people from all over the world. We are to open the door of faith with new energy and know who we are as Roman Catholic Christians and thank God for this blessing and appreciate who we are as a faith community.
The month of October is traditional dedicated to the Blessed Mother and the Rosary.
The Rosary will be lead my parishioners 15 minutes before every Weekend Mass for the Month of October.
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The Bereavement Fund has received several very generous donations from families for the luncheons. These donations make the luncheon available for other families. Thank you and God bless. If you would like to help with the Luncheons, contact Sister Lenore
Parents need to attend the Diocesan required class before the baptism of their child. Class is held the third Sunday of each month after the 10:30 Mass in the church conference room.
Contact Sister Lenore.
Our Good Shepherd Church is open every weekday at 9:00 am and locked around 5:00 PM or after the 5:30 PM evening Mass on Wednesday. During the summer months the schedule can be irregular because of work schedules.
If you want the church open for a particular time come to the Parish Office next to the Church, during business hours for a key.
These hours provide time for personal prayer, reflection and visits to the Blessed Sacrament. Our church is not open in the evening except for meetings and choir practice.