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Working Together

Fr. Tom Mangieri and Rev. Canon Lesley Hay await the arrival of the Crosswalkers on Good Friday at St. Joseph's Church. View

Lent: A Time of Hope, Renewal and Reflection

This Lenten Season, GSEC will be using the reflections from "Best Lent Ever".  Best Lent Ever offers a life-changing journey through their free program of daily practical tips and short video reflections from Matthew Kelly and Dynamic Catholic team members that will help you have an unforgettable Lent.  The daily devotions will arrive in your email.   To begin your incredible 40-day journey to "become the best version of yourself", please sign up today at  View

GSEC: Proud to Be a Participating Organization In Grains of Hope

Church member Susan Leeds and Interim Priest, The Rev. Canon Lesley Hay, present a check from Good Shepherd Episcopal Church to Doug Cook, representing the Grains of Hope Organization.  Thanks to the generosity of the GSEC family for making possible this donation of $680 to Grains of Hope to purchase 2720 meals for those in need. View

Worship Schedule

We look forward to welcoming you at either of our church locations this Sunday: 8:00AM  at 211 Main Street, Lincoln Park, NJ 10:00AM at 9 Two Bridges Road, Towaco, NJ   View

Shrove Tuesday

Join us for our Shrove Tuesday pancake supper on Tuesday, February 13, 5:30PM to 7PM at our church in Towaco:  9 Two Bridges Road.  All are welcome! View

Fourth Sunday of Advent Service Schedule

Our service schedule for the Fourth Sunday in Advent is as follows: Decembr 24       8:00AM in Towaco  (9 Two Bridges Road, Towaco, NJ)                           10:00AM in Lincoln Park (211 Main Street, Lincoln Park) Whether you a longterm parisioner or a new friend, please join us.  We will be happy to welcome you!   View

Episcopal Church Women Christmas Giving Project

The ECW members of GSEC are this year leading us in their Christmas program to provide gifts for the residents of the Lincoln Park Nursing home. This is in collaboration with St Joseph's Church, Lincoln Park.  Most of these residents would otherwise receive no gifts at Christmas.   View

CROP Walk 2017

This is the 29th year in which our member, Susan Leeds, has chaired the Lincoln Park CROP Walk.  Last year the member churches raised $13,911.00 which meant $869.00 was given to each of the three food pantries they support. Since the walk started in 1988, the Lincoln Park CROP Walk has raised $383,557.00. That means approximately $106,322.00 has been given to the local agencies, including the Lincoln Park, Montville, and Pequannock Food Pantries as well as Homeless Solutions.  View