Church of the Good Shepherd
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Meeting you where you are on life's journey.
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Church of the Good Shepherd, Nashua's Episcopal Church
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Welcome to Your Episcopal Church in Nashua, New Hampshire. 

 

Rooted in tradition and celebrating diversity, Church of the Good Shepherd is a vibrant community of faith, worship, fellowship, Christian Education and outreach.  We are joyfully committed to Jesus’ central message of love, justice and compassion inviting you to become a fellow traveler on life’s journey.

We have a vital community that is reflected in our busy Events Calendar, recently updated.  Scroll down for this month's upcoming events and find out how to get involved!

Our monthly newsletter, The Good N'Ewesgives you an overview of our clergy and activities. Go ahead and read our current and past issues.

If you are not familiar with our church, you will find clear directions and parking information from wherever you travel.

The Church of the Good Shepherd has access for people with disabilities. Read detailed information about our Handicap Access.

If you'd like to send us an email with specific questions, concerns or interests, please feel free to email us directly.  We are always glad to reply and will promptly respond at our first opportunity.  We are busy on Sundays, though!

 

News & Upcoming Events

 
 

Summer Service Schedule

 
Begins June 25th- this means only that the 11:15 service is eliminated until the fall. The 11:15 service resumes Sept. 10th.
 

 

Pictures from Pastor Odie's Retirement Party

 

Click on the link below to view the pictures taken by the assigned photographer, Stephen Post, at the "Celebration of the CGS Community and Pastor Odie's Retirement" on Monday evening 5/29 at the Crowne Plaza.

 

 

"Take the Other to Lunch" Challenge

Elizabeth Lesser's TED Talk & The Nashua Interfaith Council

 
In order to further dialogue across the political spectrum locally , this Sprint the Nashua Area Interfaith Council(NAIC) is asking its members to consider committing to what author Elizabeth Lesser speaks about in her TED Talk on "Taking the Other to Lunch". As NAIC President, Pastor Alanna has pledged 15 lunches that members of Church of the Good Shepherd will participate in towards this goal- she herself will be participating as well! The immediate aim is not to find common ground on policy solutions, but by flooding our community with these conversations to leave less room for the politics of hate, division, fear, and personal destruction. If you want to take up this challenge and are interested in learning more contact Pastor Alanna.
 
Click HERE for the TED Talk Materials & Worksheet.