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Blood Drive: August 3, 2019

Due to the funeral/celebration of life for one of the GSEC members, the location of the GSEC Blood Drive on Saturday, August 3, 10AM to 2PM has been changed to GSEC Parking Lot at 211 Main Street, Lincoln Park. View

Remember the Holocaust

Remember the Holocaust... View

Holy Week Schedule

See what Good Shepherd Episcopal Church has to add to your Lenten journey. Join us! We would love to welcome you. View

MTHS Hall of Fame Announces Inductees for April 26 Ceremony, Dinner

Teacher John Schulien grew up in Montville and attended Boonton High School before MTHS was built. After attending the University of Wyoming on a football scholarship, in 1977 he returned to his roots and began a career at MTHS that spanned four decades. In that time he coached successful football and basketball teams and founded the ski club, which continues to this day. John and his wife Barbie are very active members of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.  We're so happy and proud to recognize one of our own!   View

A Walk to Remember

“A Walk to Remember Victims of Christ Church, New Zealand”, organized by Morris County Islamic Centers and Different Faiths, One Family Interfaith was held on Sunday, March 17. Participants walked and held dialogues to show their support of the victims of Christ Church, Mosques, and all other recent shootings at the places of worship. Participants walked and prayed together in unity to show that evil may try to hurt our bond of humanity, peace and love, but goodness will always overcome the evil. Approximately 200 supporters participated in the event, including prominent elected officials, local police departments, and religious leaders from this area.  Good Shepherd Episcopal Church (Lincoln Park and Towaco) was represented by the Reverend Canon Lesley Hay. View

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