Easter Photos with Easter 2 Homily and Announcements

Photos from the Children’s Liturgy of Light on Holy Saturday

Easter Vigil Photos

Easter Morning Celebration

Sin and the Necessity of Christ: Homily for Easter 2 (Low Sunday)

This Week’s Announcements

Generations: Generations is intended to be our primary engine for discipleship and is designed for everyone—ages 1-100. This week (5/1) at Generations we will be discussing chapter 7, pp. 102-114, from Liturgy of the Ordinary by Rev. Tish Warren. Dinner starts at 5:30. Suggested donation of $5/family for dinner.

Bingo: We will be having Bingo in the Parish Hall on the Friday, May 3-- $2 a card, $25 prizes. All are welcome, and bring friends!

Historic Churches Tour: The Wichita Falls Heritage Society will be hosting a historic churches tour from 10-3 on Saturday, May 4. Church of the Good Shepherd will be one of the churches featured. We are seeking volunteers to help welcome visitors to our beautiful church and represent our parish. If you’re interested in helping with greeting, guiding, or cookie baking—contact us.

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Formation Course: Church of the Good Shepherd will be hosting the second half of our Catechist Formation Course this year from June 2-June 8. In order to keep costs down, we are seeking volunteers who would be willing to provide lunches for our catechists (fewer than 10 individuals). If interested, contact us.

Episcopal Nominees for the Diocese of Fort Worth Announced: The Diocese of Fort Worth has announced four nominees along with information on the process of electing a new bishop. Nominee bios may be found here.

This Week’s Saints and Mass Schedule

Feast of St. Mark:  Wednesday, 4/29 at 4:30 pm in the chapel (2019 BCP, Sarum Use).

Feast of Ss. Philip and James:  Wednesday, 5/1 at 4:30 pm in the chapel (2019 BCP, Sarum Use). Also commemorating St. Alphege of Canterbury, Bishop, d. 1012 (transf. 4/19); St. Anselm of Canterbury, Bishop and Doctor, d. 1109 (transf. 4/21); St. George, Martyr, d. 304 (transf. 4/23); St. Mellitus, Bishop of London, d. 624 (transf. 4/24); St. Athanasius, Bishop and Doctor, d. 373 (transf. 3/2).