We are happy to announce Good Shepherd is now on Sundays at 10:30am open for the service of Holy Eucharist. No coffee hour is offered at this time. For the well being of the community and visitors, all previous safety precautions are in effect. Masks are mandatory along with a health screening upon entering the church. Social distancing is still in effect. For the safety of all, if you do not feel well, please stay home, even if you think it is just a cold or allergies, coughing and sneezing still can spread asymptomatic Covid 19. Please check back for a schedule of Holy Week services being offered.
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Please Read Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island Covenant for Regathering
Please use the Tool for Covid-19 before coming to Church.
Update: We apologize for the rapidly changing status; at the request of the Health Department and urging of Bishop Knisely, church services are canceled tomorrow, March 15, 2020. Please pass this message to your church friends. Updates will be posted here as they become available.
However, if you would like to view a service from the National Cathedral, it will be available at 11:00 tomorrow click here
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Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior!
Before Lent begins
the Blackstone Valley Deanery
invites you to a
on Sunday, March 3rd from 4 pm to 6:30 pm
at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
670 Weeden Street
There will be a free will offering to benefit ECC.
Click this link for more event information Trivia Night!!
Would you like to be on a team representing Good Shepherd?
Age is no barrier!
Speak to Deacon Mary Ann or to Caryl Frink if you are interested
so that we can form as many teams as possible.
You do not have to be on a team to attend!
Be a cheerleader!!
In consideration of the icy weather forecast for early Sunday morning, the Annual Meeting is postponed until next Sunday, January 27, 2019.
In line with our inclement weather policy, we will not gather for worship on Sunday, January 20, because the City of Pawtucket has implemented a Parking Ban.
You can experience the Sunday worship style at one of our Episcopal cathedrals via online streaming. The National Cathedral in Washington DC streams its service at 11:15 a.m. Eastern and St Paul’s Cathedral in San Diego broadcasts their service at 1:30 p.m. Eastern (10:30 a.m. Pacific).