Good Shepherd fellowship ministries meet regularly to develop relationships, learn, serve, and have fun together. Outreach is also a major component of several of the ministries.
Brotherhood of St. Andrew | Caring Hands | Coffee Hour Hosts | Family Promise | Going Green | Good Shepherd Quilters | Greeters/Newcomers | Lending Library | Page Turners | Pitman Pantry | Women at the Well (ECW)
Brotherhood of St. Andrew The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is an international ministry of men within the Anglican Communion. The Brotherhood believes that when men come together with other men to share in discussions of their Christian faith and study the Holy Bible, they become more active in and supportive of the parish ministry in that community. More . . . .
Caring Hands The goal of Caring Hands Ministry is to use the fruits of our hobbies to provide comfort to those in need. We began by knitting or crocheting prayer shawls for anyone facing a serious illness or life crisis and for those grieving for a loved one. Prayer shawls are made with prayer for the person receiving them and have been described as feeling like an embrace of God. More . . .
Coffee Hour Hosts Coffee Hour is a weekly opportunity for fellowship providing time for parishioners to interact socially while enjoying coffee, tea, and refreshments, and to get to know each other beyond the limits of weekly worship. Much of the networking and the work of parishioners is accomplished while socializing at coffee hour. More . . . .
Family Promise Since 2011 Good Shepherd has served as a support congregation for Family Promise of Gloucester County. Family Promise is a sheltering program for homeless families with dependent children. Local congregations host up to 14 people at a time on a weekly rotating schedule. Families are provided with safe and comfortable shelter, meals, companionship, and support. As a support congregation Good Shepherd assists the First Presbyterian Church of Glassboro when it is their turn to host families for a week. More . . . .
Going Green The Church of the Good Shepherd is undertaking a “Green Church Initiative”. We are dedicated to sharing our love for creation through stewardship of the Earth. More…
Good Shepherd Quilt Guild Since 2005 almost 50 women from around our county have come together once a month to participate in the Good Shepherd Quilt Guild. Quilters from Pitman, Washington Township, Glassboro, Wenonah and the vicinity have the opportunity to join women from Good Shepherd for an evening of sharing their mutual love of quilting. More . . . .
Greeters Our warm welcome, our hospitality at Good Shepherd is possibly our greatest strength. It is God’s love, it is the Spirit among us, it is what Jesus teaches us. It is felt the first time and every time thereafter that we walk through our doors. We all know and feel this, but sometimes it helps to be intentionally thoughtful about it, keep it at the top of our minds. This is what the Good Shepherd Greeters do. More on Greeters . . . .
Lending Library The Lending Library has grown from being housed on a few tables to having six bookshelves groaning with the weight of the generously donate books. More . . . .
Page Turners Page Turners is a group of book lovers who meet once a month, usually on the third Sunday, following the 10 AM service. Books are recommended by members and are not limited by genre. Please join our lively discussions with many opinions being offered. More…
Pitman Pantry Pitman Pantry, located in rear of the First Baptist Church of Pitman, is an ecumenical ministry of local churches that provides food to families who are food insecure. The majority of recipients live in Pitman, but no one is turned away. While the Pantry receives food from the USDA and the Food Bank of South Jersey, much of our food is donated by local congregations and other friends in the community. Financial contributions allow the Pantry to purchase some food items. More . . . .
Women at the Well The Episcopal Church Women (ECW), also known as Women at the Well, is a group of women who meet monthly for spiritual growth, prayer, and fellowship. Our year is busy with outreach projects, social events, and good fellowship among women. More . . . .