Austin, Texas 78703
P.O. Box 5176
Austin, TX 78763
Good Shepherd’s Windsor campus has offered a spiritual home for friends and neighbors since 1944. Today, the congregation at the Windsor campus is among the largest in The Episcopal Church. Our size makes extraordinary ministry possible, but our strong sense of community means newcomers are warmly welcomed and regulars known by name.
We invite you to worship with us at services held five days a week (Sunday–Thursday) and to explore our full calendar. We worship in a range of liturgical styles — from traditional services with organ and choir in our church building to more informal services with an acoustic band in our Parish Life Center — and we offer a wide range of opportunities to study and serve with others.
This campus is home to Good Shepherd Episcopal School, a parish day school ministry founded in 1945 to nurture children aged two through kindergarten. GSES serves approximately 150 children in a half-day, play-based program. GSES is a separate 501(c)(3) entity with board members appointed by the Vestry.
Austin, Texas 78741
Located in a rapidly changing part of Austin, the Hill includes a neighborhood park, community garden, Hillside Early Childhood Center and a year-round calendar of events. The campus was founded in 2016 to support the missional work of loving our neighbor.
We invite you to join us Sundays at 10:30a for a worship service in a comfortable setting and to attend any of our community events and formation offerings. For those who may prefer a smaller worshipping community and multiple opportunities to serve and lead, the Hill is often the perfect setting.
The Hill is home to Hillside Early Childhood Center. Hillside builds on the beautiful legacy of Good Shepherd Episcopal School by delivering an excellent, full-day, year-round developmental program for approximately 80 infants and children aged six weeks to four years. Founded in 2018, the school seeks to provide the southeast Austin area with excellent, whole-child education aimed at expanding opportunities for Kindergarten readiness in the area. Hillside is a separate 501(c)(3) entity with board members appointed by the Vestry.
We are one diverse family of faith serving Austin from two campuses and two schools. Bound by a common vision and mission, each of these seeks to further God’s vision and the mission of parish — to be a place where we find joyful union with God and with one another, being fully known and fully loved.