Category Archives: General

An Episcopal Vision for Creation Care


An Episcopal Vision for Creation Care

(From the Episcopal Church Website)

As a whole church, we have promised to place the care of God’s Creation at the heart of our common life. Together, we have taken up church-wide action in order to safeguard the integrity of Creation and to sustain and renew the life of the Earth.

Below are goals and a vision for Care of Creation, developed by the Presiding Bishop’s Office and leaders of the Advisory Council on Stewardship of Creation and in alignment with actions by the 79th General Convention.

Goal #1 – LOVING

We will share stories of concern for the Earth and connect with others who care.


We will stand with those most vulnerable to environmental degradation and climate change.


We will change our habits and choices to live more simply, humbly and gently on the Earth.

For more information, click on the link below.

2019 CROP Walk

Pitman – Glassboro CROP Hunger Walk

(Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty)

It’s that time of year again.  The air is crisp, the leaves are falling and CROP Walk is upon us, Sunday, October 20th from 1:00 to 5:00 at a NEW LOCATION:  New Street Park, 410 East New Street, Glassboro, NJ 08028

Hopefully you will mark your calendar and join us for a walk in the park in an effort to curb hunger.  If you are unable to walk and would like to contribute to someone who is walking or to the Good Shepherd team that would be greatly appreciated too.  To donate please log into or see Gail Morton in the Parrish Hall after church on Sundays or place your donation in the collection plate with Crop Walk written in the memo section of your check, it’s that easy.  Let’s set a goal of $3,000.00 this year and 30 walkers. If you have any questions please see Gail Morton or Connie Parent.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

Gail Morton

Contemplative Group This Wednesday!

The Contemplative Group will meet Wednesday, October 2 at 10 a.m. in the Conference Room at Good Shepherd.  We begin with 20 minutes of contemplative prayer/meditation, followed by a teaching and discussion. This month we will begin a new series by Fr. Richard Rohr called Exploring and Experiencing The Naked Now – a program based on the main themes of his best-selling book. Contemplative seeing is the “lost treasure” from our Christian Tradition. This series opens Scripture to reveal the goal of religion.