Rev. Stacy Stringer, was our guest priest on Feb. 16.
Group picture: Rev. Stacy was joined by her assistant, Kecia Malette (in red) and Suzanne Hollifie.d, the Coordinator of Volunteers for Disaster Recovery, Parisioners Eileen Crues and daughter, Audrey.
Choir:We had a "full house" choir today who sounded glorious!
Handbell Choir: Today, for the very first time, our Handbell Choir, directed by Bob McGill, delighted Good Shepherd with their playing of an original composition written by Bob McGill. The bells gleamed as the lovely sounds filled the sanctuary!
Suzanne Hollifield: Joined us at Coffee Hour to talk about the work of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas' Disaster Recovery team. She is a former police officer who left the police force to join God's army of volunteers helping those who need us the most!
Stacy Stringer is the Director of Hurricane Recovery and supports the Harvey Recovery mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas by leveraging the gifts of our congregations to enable recovery of the homes and lives of the elderly, disabled and impoverished people affected by the storm in our region. She helps facilitate the recovery of communities where we live, work and worship through our partnership with Episcopal Relief & Development. She also helps develop new connections and grow community resilience for future crises by serving in a relational capacity with survivors and partnering with multiple types of organizations. For more information about her work, check out this short video: https://vimeo.com/389850327.
Women's Bible Study - Feb. 12, 2020
The Women's Bible Study ladies were delighted to have Laura Seifert visit their last class focused on the 23rd Psalm.
The study was the work of Laura Seifert, a Friendswood native, and daughter of Karlynn Sharp a Good Shepherd member. Laura is a Bible teacher, speaker and founder of the YES Ministries and author of FORGIVE, FREEDOM IS WORTH IT. Laura first told us how the 23rd Psalm series was prepared and filmed and then we discussed what we had taken away from her teaching.
Our next classes begin on February 26, for a Lenten study based on the Living Compass booklet, LIVING WELL THROUGH LENT 2020. We meet at 10:30 in Shepherd's Hall.
Bishop Monterroso's Visit- Jan. 26, 2020
Christmas Eve Services 2019