Welcome, and thank you for visiting the Church of the Good Shepherd online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, formation, outreach, and fellowship opportunities that make up the life of this vibrant parish community. Please enjoy reading more about our parish on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our pilgrimage as disciples of Jesus Christ and as his hands and feet in the world, in service to our neighbor.
“Sharing the Good News of God’s love by welcoming others to our traditional Anglican worship, providing opportunities for spiritual growth, and reaching out to those in need.”
8:00 AM - Holy Eucharist (Mass), Rite One (traditional language; no music)
9:30 AM - See "Christian Formation" at right
10:30 AM - Holy Eucharist (Mass), Rite Two (modern language; hymns, choir, and musical accompaniment)
"Coffee Fellowship," a light reception to greet newcomers and reconnect with our brothers and sisters in Christ at Good Shepherd, follows each liturgy.
11:00 AM - Holy Eucharist in the chapel
Additional services for feast days, etc. will be highlighted in the weekly e-news and on our Facebook page.
Sundays, 9:30 AM
Sunday School class, ages 3-6
'Sunday Scouts' class ages 7-10
Adult Formation: Jan. 12 - Feb. 23 we are reading and reflecting on the Gospel of John with Episcopalians across the Church. See the Mission/Ministry page for details!
In addition, intergenerational formation gatherings for families are scheduled regularly, often highlighting the major events in the Church-year, August thru May.
Episcopalians, and particularly the people of the Church of the Good Shepherd, are famous for their hospitality to all who come seeking the holy. Our hospitality begins here, with links to a variety of good places to learn about being a follower of Jesus Christ in the Episcopal / Anglican tradition.
The Episcopal Church's presence in Covington, Newton County, and the surrounding area since 1950, we are a parish of the Diocese of Atlanta, "challenging ourselves and the world to love like Jesus as we worship joyfully, serve compassionately, and grow spiritually."