Welcome to the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd! We are so glad you are here and look forward to having you as part of our parish. We hope to meet you where you are; to help you feel welcome, connected, fully known, and fully loved; and to offer you opportunities to grow in your faith.
Below are some basics about our parish in particular and the Episcopal Church in general. If you have other questions, please call, email, message us on social media, or simply ask in person next time you’re on campus.
We have two campuses in Austin: one located at 3201 Windsor Road in Tarrytown and one located at 1700 Woodland Avenue in Riverside.
We have six different services each Sunday, and we invite you to find one that’s right for them. Click Here to find out more about our worship opportunities.
First and foremost – what you wear isn’t as important as you are! People who call Good Shepherd their church home come in a variety of attire, and you can too. No matter what you choose to wear, come as you are and you will be welcomed here.
We have several spaces at the Windsor campus just for our visitors! You can find those designated spots right at the Windsor Road entrance to the surface parking lot.
From music to classes, from social connections to outreach, from committees to ministries; Good Shepherd has a way to connect and serve for people of all ages. You can learn more about the many opportunities we offer at Good Shepherd HERE.
Good Shepherd has two outstanding institutions of early childhood education: Good Shepherd Episcopal School on the Windsor campus and Hillside Early Childhood Center at the Hill. Learn more by clicking below.
The Episcopal Church is the American branch of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Episcopal parishes throughout the country are bound together through common prayer and spirituality. In fact, within the wider Anglican Communion here and abroad, one can expect similarities in worship. You may run across words that are not familiar to you in our ancient practices. Learn more at The Episcopal Church glossary.