Church of the Good Shepherd

The Episcopal Church in Rangeley, Maine

From Bishop Brown

Effective immediately, based on the Bishops recommendation, there will be no Sunday Service at the Church of the Good Shepherd until further notice!

Every faith community in the Diocese of Maine should suspend in-person worship, formation programs, and governance meetings until further notice (as of today, the Centers for Disease Control recommends against gatherings of 50 or more for the next eight weeks). However, we are not closing our churches: in fact, I encourage our congregations to explore options for providing limited access to our buildings for individual and private prayer (within the safe parameters of CDC guidelines).

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Deacon Ben’s Sermon-February 25, 2018

Kingdom Math Texts: Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16;Psalm 22:22-30;Romans 4:13-25;Mark 8:31-38 For he does not despise nor abhor the poor in their poverty; neither does he hide his face from them; * but when they cry to him he hears them. The poor shall eat and be satisfied, and those who seek the LORD shall praise him:…

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Rev. Jenny’s Sermon-April 8, 2018

Doughty Thomas and the Braids of Miriam. A sermon preached on the second Sunday of Easter, April 8, 2018, by Rev. Dr. Jennifer M. Reece, priest in charge, Episcopal Parish of the Good Shepherd, Rangeley, Maine Texts: Psalm 133, John 20, 19-31. Although I don’t print them in the bulletin, I give most of my…

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