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Outreach Ministries
Good Shepherd Episcopal School 

The Good Shepherd Episcopal School serves children aged 3 through pre-kindergarten.  The School’s mission is to provide a safe and loving environment in which children’s lives are transformed through its high-quality educational program.  At Good Shepherd Episcopal School, the well-being of each child is foremost.  Students flourish because of an educated and experienced teaching staff, a low child/teacher ratio, a high level of parental involvement, and a fully developed fine arts program.  Good Shepherd Episcopal School nurtures the whole child, academically, spiritually, physically, and emotionally.  The children of Good Shepherd Episcopal School attend during the fall and spring semesters according to a variety of schedules.

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The Nook 

The Shepherd’s Nook is a thrift shop founded in 1978 by the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church Women.  The Nook is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that receives donations of clothing, toys, books and household items from individuals in the community and sells them at deeply discounted prices.  The Nook is staffed solely by volunteers.  All proceeds from The Nook are distributed to local non-profit organizations.  The Nook also provides free clothing and household items to clients referred from area churches and community service agencies such as Christian Helping Hands (CHH).  In addition to monetary donations, the Nook has provided free clothing, household items, videos and books to many in need.

Blood Drive 

Good Shepherd’s Blood Drive ministry holds five drives per year for the benefit of Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. 


United Thank Offering, UTO begins with a yearly gathering of contributions from the local congregation including our children who put their coins in the little blue boxes.  It is traditionally collected on All Saints Day (November 1) and sent to the Diocese, which forwards it to the National Office of the United Thank Offering in New York.  Each year, the national office provides grants for worthy projects that have great need and little support from other sources.  The grants support ongoing programs and “bricks and mortar” projects. 

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) 

Good Shepherd’s EYC is active in outreach. Both the Junior and Senior High EYCs go on Mission Trips each summer as well as work and serve the local community throughout the year. 

Women of Good Shepherd (WoGS) Outreach 

The Episcopal Church Women, ECW is dedicated to helping women. Along with monetary support provided to our church, Clergy Discretionary funds and many Good Shepherd ministries, the ECW provides educational scholarships for women enrolled in higher education, scholarships for youth summer camps, and donations to the Vera Gang Scott Scholarship fund. 

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew Outreach 

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is the Episcopal churches oldest ministry. it supports worship and felloship of our church. They support many activites throughout the year. In the spring, they helps organize an annual golf tournament which is for Brotherhood chapters in Greater Houston. Proceeds from the tournament are donated towards a Camp Allen camping experience for inner city boys, part of the Positive Image Program.

Good Shepherd actively supports Meals on Wheels:  

Meals on Wheels

Good Shepherd participates in and supports the local Meals on Wheels program, delivering hot meals to shut-ins in the local area.

Family Promise of Clear Lake 

Family Promise of Clear Creek

Good Shepherd is a host congregation that  opens our building to provide a safe, hospitable shelter for the families in the Family Promise of Clear Creek program for a week at a time, four times a year.  Host congregations provide Family Promise guest families overnight lodging, meals (supper & breakfast), and hospitality.

Our church members provide a variety of services during the week: cooking and serving meals, playing with children or helping them with homework, and staying overnight. Beyond providing lodging and meals, volunteers interact with the guests, treating them with respect and responding with compassion.

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    Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
    1207 W. Winding Way Dr.
    Friendswood, TX 77546

    PH: 281-482-7630 
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