The Church of the Good Shepherd enjoys the sweet fellowship of women spanning at least three generations. We have a long history of energetic, capable, and compassionate women who have served the Lord and their Church with faithfulness. Come experience the warmth of friendship, the strength of supporters, and the compassion of a caring heart. Come meet and engage with the women of the Church of the Good Shepherd.
Women of the Church
The Women of the Church is open to all women at the Church of the Good Shepherd. They host four program luncheons annually, with the proceeds supporting the missions and ministries of the Church. They also hold business meetings which provide a means to be informed about the various ministries around the Church. It is a delightful opportunity to come together as a whole, to celebrate the various ministries of the Church, and to support each other.
Women’s Bible Studies
Groups of women gather weekly at the Church of the Good Shepherd to be fed by the word of God, think theologically, and enjoy fellowship with one another. To learn more, click Bible Studies and Book Groups.
Jenette Hammer Guild
The Jenette Hammer Guild hosts monthly luncheons, each with a program. The guild collects dues which support the mission and ministries of the Church and the community such as summer camp scholarships, purchasing linens, prayer books, hymnals and more. They enjoy gathering for lunch and fellowship every month.
St. Francis Guild
The St. Francis Guild meets monthly to plan fundraising projects to support the mission and ministries of the Church and the community such as summer camp scholarships, purchasing choir robes, prayer books, hymnals and more. They also host the annual Blessing of the Animals, and the decoration of the Christmas Tree in the Sanctuary.
Good Shepherd Egg Ladies
The “Egg Ladies” work in fellowship year round to make and sell decorative Easter eggs made from real egg shells. Many ladies gather weekly to paint, glue, cut, sew, and draw. The “Egg Ladies” have been selling these works of art for over 60 years, and a collection has been on exhibit at the Art Museum of South Texas. Their work is not only real artistry, but effective fundraising. The egg sales have raised substantial funds which have been donated to mission work throughout the community and the world.