Welcome to Good Shepherd! We are a diverse congregation of Christians who have come here from different communities and from different denominational, social, and cultural backgrounds. We are united in worshiping God in the beauty of holiness, in the pursuit of spiritual...Read More
As Anglicans, we are part of a global communion of churches established over the centuries by the Church of England. The word Anglican actually means “of England.” As British Christians, compelled by the word of God and the Holy Spirit, took their faith around the world,...Read More
Non ministrari, sed ministrare
In 1892 Henry Banks French proposed to build a large church building for the Church of the Good Shepherd, in loving memory of his deceased wife. His offer was accepted, land was purchased on the south side of Lancaster Ave, at Montrose Ave. in Rosemont and construction began. The corner stone for the new Church was laid on June 17, 1893 and the first service was conducted on May 27, 1894.