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Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 5550 S. Merrimac Avenue, is a U.S. Marine Toys For Tots Drop Off Box, Toy Donation Location.
Please drop off new children’s toys, in original packaging, NOT gift wrapped.
Monday – Friday from 9am – 6pm. Ring the door bell. If no answer, leave donations at the front door and leave a message at 773-585-1094.
Donations will be picked up until December 20th. Thank you for your generosity.
Follow the link at the image to the U.S. Marine Toys for Tots website for more program information.
In celebration of Advent Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church will continue our tradition of the Mitten Tree clothing donation program.
Winter hats, gloves, scarves, and socks will be collected for Southwest Chicago Homeless Services.
Please drop off donations Monday – Friday from 9am – 6pm. Ring the door bell. If no answer, leave donations at the front door and leave a message at 773-585-1094.
Donations will be collected until December 20th. Thank you for your generosity.
Follow the link at the image to the Southwest Chicago Homeless Services website for more program information.
Come check out our new Labyrinth! All are welcome!
New Features on Our Website: goodshepherdpcchi.org
I want to welcome all of you to the new and improved website of Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church. We have some new features on this website.
- We have a link to our live streaming worship service on our Facebook page, Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church.
- We have an email link in which you can contact me with questions, comments, or prayer requests.
- We have an on-line giving/donation link. Please scroll down on this page to find the link.
Reopening Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church
The question has been asked, "When will we reopen Good Shepherd for worship and ministry?" First, let me tell you that Presbyterians operate in a different way. The session is a council elected by the members of the congregation. The session makes the final decision if and when we will reopen the church building. Before we reopen, we will develop a written policy on “Reopening a Safe Space” for worship & ministry. We will also be following the suggestions of CDC, the Mayor of Chicago, the Governor of Illinois, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
We will begin by having a planning meeting with session, members, and friends of the congregation in the month of June and finalize the written policy by the end of June 2020.
At this point, we will continue to have Live Stream Worship, Bible Study, and other meetings will be through Zoom. Meetings that involve less than 10 individuals will be face to face.
Pastor Julio C. Peña