All we are and all we have come from God.
Generosity is our response to God’s unconditional love and
an expression of our gratitude.
Generosity requires us to examine what is meaningful in our lives,
where we place our priorities, and how we nurture those priorities.
Generosity and gratitude turn what we have into enough.
We commit ourselves:
To trust in God’s abundant provision.
To love one another and serve others in Christ,
by sharing ourselves and our gifts from God.
To prayerfully discern how God is calling us to use the financial
resources entrusted to our care.
To practice radical generosity,
striving toward the biblical standardof the tithe.
We invite our congregation:
To examine your relationship with God as it relates to your possessions.
To join us in giving generously and meaningfully in order to sustain
the mission and ministry of Good Shepherd.
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Your generosity is appreciated and will be received
at our physical address:
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
400 Seabrook Road,
Tequesta, FL 33469
We plan based on your estimated amount of giving for a calendar year. Make your estimate of giving!
Click below for a message from Fr. Doug, FAQs, print your "I'm Inspired" card, giving options, and more.
Worship is at the heart of our communal life, and involves a whole host of individuals serving in a variety of roles. We have estimated that upwards of 70 individuals contribute to "the work of the people," the liturgy, on a given Sunday. Celebrate these gifts!
Good Shepherd provides many ways for its members to Connect with one another and the surrounding community. View the video to celebrate the many ministries that provide fellowship opportunities!
Good Shepherd provides many ways for its members to Grow in spirit, striving to attain the full stature of Christ. This video shows the ways we have come together to grow, both COVID era and before!
Good Shepherd strives to be a beacon of faith, hope and loving in the Jupiter-Tequesta area and beyond. Celebrate with us the many ways that we serve our neighbors, both near and far.
As we gradually open our campus, we at Good Shepherd have much to be grateful for. Since March 2020, when our doors were closed because of high COVID-19 infection rates in our area, we were able to pivot and develop digital resources to enable worship, fellowship, outreach, and pastoral care in creative new ways. We are so grateful that you are letting us know how much the continuation of these ministries means to you, and we will continue many of these digital offerings even as we reopen our campus. Our reach has now expanded to families and friends in other states, and countries around the world.
Your continued giving during the closure allowed us to share the Good News of Jesus Christ in a time of uncertainty and brings peace to parishioners and the community. We thank you!
Please be sure to read our generosity statement, posted at the top of this page. This statement, which came from your own words in response to our "Why" campaign last year, witnesses to all our conviction that all we are and all we have come from God! You can also view the Generosity Video that premiered at the Sunday service on September 6 2020.
Let us know how much this resource has meant to you! Email us at email@example.com