A Community of Faith in the Jupiter, Tequesta and Hobe Sound Area
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
"We Have A Place For You."
Grow spiritually through generosity. Gifts of time, talent and treasure become an outward example of faith in our lives today. Good Shepherd offers a variety of ways to be a good servant in the context of Christian caring.
Called to Community is our campaign to receive financial commitments for the 2018 budget year. Join us as we explore what it means to truly live and work together as a Christian community. View a narrative budget to find out about this year's stewardship goals and major areas of development.
It's not too late to get your pledge in for 2018! You can click HERE to pledge online now!
This group of lay people meets each year in the summer and fall to plan and execute the annual Stewardship Program for the parish. This work is critical to the ongoing success of Good Shepherd. Participating in Stewardship is a great way to get to know may people in the parish!
Next Meeting: TBD
Budgetary decisions and planning are recommended by the Finance Committee and presented to the Vestry for approval. The Finance Committee begins meeting in the late summer to begin the important work of budgeting for the coming year.
Next Meeting: Thursday, January 11, at 3:00 p.m.
Outreach & Missions Committee
Good Shepherd considers stewardship to others in need to be a vital component of our ministry here. Each year we budget to help groups and individuals on local, regional, national and global levels. Click HERE for a list of some of the ministries we support.
Next Meeting: Wednesday, January 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the Library.
Green Spirits Earth Stewardship
Good Shepherd takes our environmental responsibilities very seriously. Our Green Spiritsstrive to increase our parish's awareness of all aspects of God's creation, to support actively the protection of the environment, to aid in the development of parish policies which are supportive of good environmental stewardship and to enlist members of our parish in being "Green Spirits." Find out more...