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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!
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.
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News & Upcoming Events
Sunday, June 28 will begin our summer schedule of two service at 8:00 and 9:45. It will also be the first Sunday breakfast at 9:00.
Music Camp: Mark your calendars! CGS will be hosting a music day camp for children entering 2nd through 8th grade in the mornings of August 17-21, culminating in a musical presentation during the 9:45 services on Sunday, August 23. The camp will offer an opportunity for children to develop skills in reading music, singing, and ringing handbells. The cost of the camp is $75 for the week. Scholarships are available from the clergy for anyone unable to pay all or part of the cost of the camp. Registration forms are available in the church office or by e-mail by contacting the office. One registration form per child. Deadline for registration and payment is July 31. For more information or to register, please contact Brett Greene at email@example.com or call the office.
Congratulations to Pastor Odie: This past week the New England Patriot Foundation awarded Pastor Odie the “Myra H. Kraft Community MVP Award”. As a result of this award $5,000.00 was given by the Patriot Foundation to the Front Door Agency. Pastor Odie was among several community leaders from around New England honored at the ceremony held at Gillette Stadium.