If you are visiting our website for the first time, Welcome! the Church of the Good Shepherd is a thriving, downtown church with a rich history and vibrant ministry today. Having served Corpus Christi and South Texas for over 150 years, we continue to change lives by sharing Christ in our community and among our neighbors. The Church of the Good Shepherd is an energetic and enthusiastic congregation of believers, who welcomes you to join us in our worship, our study and fellowship, and mission outreach to the city, state, country and the world. We invite you to learn more about us by exploring this site, and of course by visiting us in person. Our prayer is that in joining us, you will grow in your faith in God, through the Lord Jesus Christ, while experiencing God’s Spirit through authentic fellowship. For more information, click on Explore Good Shepherd.
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2019 Pledge Cards are now being accepted in the Church Office.
Sunday, October 28
8:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Please join us on Commitment Sunday as we all move towards the altar with our “first fruits” in the form of a pledge. This motion is a beautifully sacramental action. We are taking something that represents our life and bringing it to the altar to dedicate it to God. We invite each of you to reflect on the ways in which your life, and the lives of your loved ones, have been impacted through God’s mission of Good Shepherd. It is not about the amount, it is about recommitting yourself to Him. Please bring your pledge card that you received in the mail.
Cards can also be mailed to the Church, placed in the Sunday offertory plate or pledges can be made online at cotgs.org. If you need another card, you can pick one up at the Church Office or in the pew rack in Church on Sunday.
It is not about the amount, it is about your commitment.
Please mail or bring your pledge cards to:
Church of the Good Shepherd
700 S. Upper Broadway
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
Listen to our Sunday Stewardship Sermons for the month of October:
- September 30: Rev. Milton Black and Wayne Lundquist – “God’s Provision” Click Here
- October 7: Rev. William Campbell – “Our Sacramental Relationship with God” Click Here
- October 14: Rev. Frank Fuller and Matt Ezell – “Everything we have is a Gift from God” Click Here
“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you..” ~Luke 6:38
Sunday School for Fall 2018
Classes begin Sunday, September 9 at 9:30 a.m.
(Note: Rev. Frank Fuller’s class will now meet in Munds Hall Auditorium.)
Wednesday Evening Classes for Fall 2018
“Thank God it’s Wednesday!”
Classes begin Wednesday, September 12 at 6:30 p.m.
New Women’s Bible Study for Fall 2018
Click Here to go Elizabeth Black’s Website page that contains audio recordings of this weekly Bible Study.
The Good Shepherd’s Corner Resale Shop and Job Training Program
Located at 1809 S. Alameda (at Six Points)
Follow them on Instagram @goodshepherdscorn
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Saturday
Closed on the third Saturday of the month and on Sundays
What’s happening at the Corner today is an important story to tell. The story began in 1971, when a group of Good Shepherd ladies, including our own Ruth Welch, founded the Corner, a Christian social enterprise serving the community. Their purpose, much as it is today, was to offer high quality resale items to those families unable to shop at regular retail stores, to provide consignment income to families and to offer volunteer and fellowship opportunities. Through the dedication of the many volunteers over the years, the Corner has had a great impact on the community with the many grants that have been given. A few of the recipients receiving funds from the Corner include, the Boy Scouts, Good Samaritan Rescue Mission, Food Bank, Metro Ministries, Palmer Drug Abuse Program, Wind Mind Ministries Sports Camp, and the Church.
In 2016, the Corner added a new venture to their Mission Statement to include a paid job-training program for sheltered women. The Acacia Job Training Program focuses on sales, customer service and business skills to prepare women for living-wage jobs to be able to support themselves and their families. The Acacia Job Program is a bridge between job skills training and full employment. The program addresses not only business skills, but it also seeks to be a part of the healing of the whole person. These women are individuals recommended to the Corner by their case managers and interviewed by them.
The Corner greatly appreciates the support our Parish gives each year through donations given and consignments placed with them. As they fully enter into their new mission venture, we hope you will continue your wonderful support.
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