We hope that in these pages you will see who we are as a church family and who we seek to be as followers of Jesus.
May you be blessed in your search!
Important Dates & Upcoming Events
Sunday, February 26
• Sandwich Sunday. Donations of meat, bread and pre-packaged snack items in support of the Drop-In centre.
• Baby food collection for the Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank
Tuesday, February 28
• Shrove Tuesday pancake supper. 5pm and 6pm sittings.
No cost, everyone is welcome!
Ash Wednesday: March 1
• 10am service at Good Shepherd
• 7pm service at Woodcliff United (5010 Spruce Drive SW)
Wednesdays: March 8th to April 5, 7:00 - 8:30pm
Lenten Discussion Series
Click HERE to find out more!
Outside the Good Shepherd:
Friday, March 3
World Day of Prayer Service @ Knox Presbyterian Church
3704-37 Street SW
4:00pm, with a reception to follow the service
Good Shepherd Art Studio
The following are upcoming courses at the Good Shepherd Art Studio. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. In most cases, supplies are included but please bring your basic “kit” and favorite “stuff”.
Thursdays, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., on-going
This is a “drop-in” at the studio. Bring your own project and supplies. You’re welcome to make use of studio toys, references and books! Create with the supportive and inspiring companionship of other artists. $5/visit or $25 for a 6 week pass (doesn’t have to be consecutive).
Click HERE for upcoming Art Studio Dates in Spring 2017
Worship @ Good Shepherd
8am Traditional B.C.P Holy Eucharist
10am Contemporary Holy Eucharist Sunday School at 10am service for ages 4 - 12
We are located at:
408 - 38 Street SW
in the beautiful community of Wildwood in Calgary, Alberta.
Parish Administrator: Andrea Hassan
Tuesday and Thursday
9:30am - 2:00pm
Hair Razing Affair: in support of Wellspring Calgary
As many of you know, Good Shepherd parishioner Kathie MacDuff is the Expressive Arts Team Lead and arts facilitator at Wellspring Calgary, a cancer supportive care community which offers free programing to its many members (and membership is free too).
She just finished teaching a class on the pros and cons of being in your "comfort zone" and decided to mark her 65th year with a hair shaving event in support of Wellspring Calgary…definitely outside her comfort zone. “I wanted to do something both notable and meaningful,” she explained.
Click HERE to find out more information and to donate toward's the Hair Razing Affair!