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Chicken Dinner

Please join us to the Good Shepherd Chicken Barbecue on Saturday, June 10, from 5PM to 7PM.  Cost is $15. Read more

Words From the Rector

Those of you who were at the Easter Vigil shared a very joyful experience. Read more

Message from Rev. Canon Lesley Hay

Those of you who were at the Easter Vigil shared a very joyful experience. The Altar Guild team had restored the church to festal glory after the altars had been stripped two days earlier, and the profusion of flowers on every surface were in place to celebrate the promised resurrection of Our Lord. Read more

Baby Shower for North Porch 2017

Baby Shower for North Porch” Read more

WE DID IT ! WE DID IT! Grains of Hope 2016

Thanks to your fine efforts of yesterday,  we managed to pack 150,684 meals.  That's over 10.8 TONS of food for the hungry.
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Charitable Giving Program - February

Good Shepherd’s Stewardship Chair (Dean Witty) is introducing a 2016 “Charitable Giving Program” so each month a charity will be selected for inclusion in the program.  Read more

First Quarter Worship Schedule begins January 3, 2016

The First Quarter Worship Schedule begins on January 3, 2016.  Join us for Worship with Rev. Ronnie Stout-Kopp presiding: 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II in Lincoln Park 9:30 a.m. Church School in Parish Hall, Montville Read more

2016 Grains of Hope

Grains of Hope is a collection of local organizations fighting poverty locally and globally by raising money and packaging nutritious meals for the New Jersey Food Bank and for Haiti. Last year we packaged 153,618 meals giving two-thirds of the meals to Haiti and one third to the New Jersey Food Bank. Read more

Growing in Christ through Charity

Growing in Christ through Charity Stewardship 2016 Stewardship: one who is entrusted with the management of property, finances or other affairs not his/her own.  Read more

Church School has Begun

Each Sunday at the location where the 10:00 a.m. Worship takes place the children of Good shepherd will met at 9:30 for Church School.  Pat P. will be using "Our Daily Bread for Kids" as the focus for the younger class of childen ages 3-7 years. The older children are encouraged to form a class meeting at 9:30 a.m. as well.  Read more

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