Fr. Doug's informational message to the congregation, offered each Thursday.
Good Shep Connect is a Zoom online meet-up with Fr. Doug and other parishioners. The next one is scheduled for Monday, May 18, at 10:00 a.m. and you're invited to join us! Just type the word ZOOM in an email to email@example.com and you will receive an invitation and instructions on how to log on.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Please take a few minutes to watch an important video message about reopening. Also, for those of you who have not taken our congregational survey, it will be available through Sunday. It will take less than three minutes. Thank you!
To help us with this planning process, we are asking everyone to complete a short survey. This survey will assist us in determining how people are currently engaging with our virtual church resources as well as how comfortable people are with regards to the reopening of our buildings. A link to the survey has been provided with this message. Please take just a few minutes to complete this important survey. TAKE THE SURVEY HERE
Stay safe. Be encouraged. And may God bless you on this Feast of the Ascension and always!
In Christ, Doug+
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
If you have not visited our new Virtual Church website, please go to www.goodshepvirtual.org. You can find links to recordings of weekly services, resources for daily prayer, bible study, service opportunities and other important ways we can stay connected during this time of social distance.
Daily Morning Prayer
We gather virtually for everyday for Morning Prayer on www.facebook.com/goodsheponline. You can access an Order of Service for Morning Prayer on the Virtual Church website.
During this time when we are not able to gather for public worship, it is more important than ever that we continue to support our mission and ministry through online giving. Please visit the Giving page on our virtual website for more information - www.goodshepvirtual.org/ giving.
Per the directive of our Bishop, all our church buildings are closed to public use. The staff is fully equipped to work remotely from home and will continue to check phone messages daily.