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Online Outreach Ministries


In Holy Baptism, we promise to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves." Good Shepherd recognizes that we live in a broken and hurting world. Therefore we seek to feed the hungry, quench the thirsty, clothe the naked, tend the sick, and visit the imprisoned. Good Shepherd promises to give of time, talent, and treasure to serve the Austin community and beyond.

Windsor Campus contact: Aimee Bostwick.
The Hill contact: Sam Hensley


Under the direction of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, we will conduct our worship and programming online until we are able to gather again in person. This page contains information on our online outreach opportunities. We look forward to seeing you online soon.


Community First! Canned Food Collection

Please contribute to our collection of canned goods and shelf stable items for Community First! Village. Easy drop off in our parking garage at the Windsor campus. Just look for the wooden bin close to the atriu​m entry doors. Community First prefers high-protein, high-calorie items. Specific needs for this week: Perishable items (meat and frozen vegetables) dropped off between 8:00am and 9:30am on Wednesday morning. We will have coolers ready to keep them. Also non-perishable items: soup, chicken broth, chips individually packaged, pasta, and spam.

For more information or for other ways you might help, please email Aimee Bostwick or Jeff Mucci.

Drive a Senior

Drive a Senior – West has a free emergency food pantry for seniors operating out of a location in Tarrytown. This service is available to any senior living in their service area. A senior in need, MUST call the Drive a Senior office and register for temporary services at 512.472.6339. All 60+ seniors will qualify. Drive a Senior is accepting food and paper-good donations. For a list of items and instructions on how to drop off donations click HERE.
If you are interested in being a delivery driver, please email the Drive a Senior-West office. Please do not call, as phone lines need to be kept open for seniors in need.

Mobile Loaves & Fishes

Our monthly food truck runs have been retooled to safely address the needs of the homeless in this time of crisis. If you are currently a volunteer scheduled to participate in May, Aimee will contact you to explain the changes.
If you are not now a volunteer and looking for a way to address the needs of the homeless in our community, then this might be an opportunity for you.
For more information, please email Aimee Bostwick.

Trinity Center

As of now, the Trinity Streets is not holding its Sunday afternoon meal and worship. However, Trinity Center continues to provide a takeout breakfast and is the mailing address for over 1100 homeless. For more information, please email Aimee Bostwick.