Ministries and Groups

"We Have A Place For You."

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd

The ministries and groups listed on this page are some of the established ways the people who make up The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd pursue Good Shepherd's vision.  As you look through this list, we hope you will discover opportunities that strike you as interesting, challenging, inspirational, or just plain fun. 

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A Community of Faith in the Jupiter, Tequesta and Hobe Sound Area


Adult Education Programs
Alison’s List (People helping people)
Altar Flowers
Altar Guild
Artie’s Party
Bible Studies
Book Groups
Bridge Club
Choir   (Adult or Children’s)
Christmas Pageant and Dinner
Columbarium/Memorial Garden
Crafty Ladies
Daughters of the King (DOK)
Education for Ministry (EfM)
Episcopal Way  (Introduction to the Faith)
Food Pantry   (Helping the hungry and poor)

Foyer Groups
Good Guys (Men's Fellowship Breakfast)
Good Shepherd Players
Good Shepherd School   (Pre-K—Grade 6)
Green Spirits (Earth Stewardship)
Healing Ministry
Holiday Bazaar
Holy Eucharist (receiving communion)
Home Delivered Meals
Jitters (Coffee Hour)
Knitting for the Seamen’s Institute
Labyrinth Programs
Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEMs)
Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEVs)
Morning Glory Women's Fellowship Breakfast: Meets on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month at Corner Cafe, US 1 and Tequesta Drive. 
Newcomers Committee
Office Volunteers
Outreach and Mission Committee
Parish Library
Passing on the Faith (Baptism Ministry)
Pastoral Care Ministry
Pennies For Heaven Thrift Shop
Prayer List/Chain
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Seniors' Pub Lunch 
Special Events Committee
Reaching Out Lunch Program
Run for the Pies Food Collection
St. George’s Dinner Ministry
Stewardship Committee

St. Martha's Guild
Summer Sunday Café
Sunday School/Nursery
Twelve-Step Groups at Good Shepherd
Vacation Bible School
Young Families Fellowship
Youth Group