Coming to you from Mission Control! See behind-the-scenes at Good Shepherd and please join us for this last Sunday of Epiphany to talk about transfiguration and hear about our exciting Coffee Hour conversation.

Good Shepherd, just wow! With a few days left until our deadline we have exercised 3,885 miles to IMAGINE a world without hunger in our partnership with Rise Against Hunger. We've exceeded our goal of 2,802 miles! Can we get back across the US? If you haven't entered your miles yet, please do so!

We look forward to worshipping with you Sunday at 10:30 am from Windsor and at 5 pm from the Hill on our website or Facebook pages.
Sunday, February 14, following the 10:30 am service
Hear from Eric Moen and his experience with another multi-campus parish and transformational outreach to the homeless. Join us for our Coffee Hour Conversation with Eric Moen, senior congregational engagement officer with the Episcopal Health Foundation. His work with another multi-campus parish and experience in the church and community will help form the discussion around transformational outreach with the homeless and yoking our campuses together. Moen has served in community and congregational ministry for 29 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the discussion.
February 16
Enjoy the antics of our own Ed Clements, Austin radio personality, as the Master of Ceremonies. Chef Robert will prepare delicious jambalaya and the best king cake this side of New Orleans. Place your orders here by February 12 (tomorrow), a portion of the proceeds will go to Rise Against Hunger. Laissez les bons temps rouler! For more information, see our website. Click here to access the Zoom call on Tuesday or you can also cut and paste it:
Meeting ID: 862 4257 1000
"Waking Up White" by Debby Irving
A book study with Dain and Constance Perry
Good Shepherd is committed to the work of racial healing and to helping us increase our fluency in the conversation around racism. To that end, we are excited to offer a book study on "Waking Up White" by Debby Irving, facilitated by Dain and Constance Perry who led our conversation in the screening of "Traces of the Trade." 
This will be a five-week study.
Tuesdays, February 23 - March 30, 7:00 - 8:45 pm
Location: Zoom. 

To register, please sign up here by Monday, February 15. 
You may purchase your copy of "Waking Up White" here
Please contact Aimee Bostwick with any questions you may have. 
February 19-20
Our Women's Retreat is next weekend, Feb.19-20. Crystal Tidmore shares her recent experience of a virtual retreat with Fran McKendree and reminds us of the beauty and comfort of this time together. Please register here today!
I’ve been a member of Good Shepherd since 2016. On the Vestry since 2019, I previously served on the strategic planning committee and as co-chair of the rector search committee. I also help tend the gardens at The Hill, sing in the choir and am currently co-chair of the gardens and farmer’s market committees.

I was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, but have been a Texan since my days at Baylor University and an Austinite since 1992. I was confirmed in the Episcopal church during my junior year at Baylor, and discovered Good Shepherd on the Hill at a Second Saturday Sale in 2016 and joined the church shortly thereafter.  

My wife Christy and I have a dog and a cat, who are both spoiled and overfed. I retired from the practice of law but fill my days with gardening, golf and artistic/ home improvement projects.

Meet the new Vestry members and warden here.
February 17

Online Services:
  • 7:00 am – Facebook Live
  • 7:00 pm – Website and Facebook Live

In-person services, including the imposition of ashes
We invite you to stand in the church yard during these short services.

12:00 pm outsideWindsor campus
3:00 pm outside Windsor campus
3:40 pm outside Woodland campus
5:30 pm outside Windsor campus

Come by campus to receive ashes to go anytime from:
8:30 to 9:30 am Woodland campus
12:30 to 3 pm Windsor campus
4:00 to 5:30 pm Woodland campus
6:00 to 7:00 pm Windsor campus 
Booklets are being distributed through Shepherd Circles and may also be picked up during Ash Wednesday services and outside of the Administration building.
For information on all of the ways you can worship with us, take part in formation and serve others, please click here.