Welcome to the Good Shepherd Parish!

We are One Parish Worshipping at Two Sites

"We, the Roman Catholic community of Good Shepherd Parish, strive to be a living sign of Christ's love in and for the world. In response to our Baptismal call, nourished by the Eucharist and guided by the values of the Second Vatican Council, we seek to continue the mission of Jesus Christ by welcoming, supporting and guiding all through prayer, sacramental celebration, service and education."

 


St Ann Church

134 Cochituate Rd, Wayland, MA 01778


St Zepherin Church

99 Main Street, Wayland, MA 01778

 


SUNDAY MAY 29 THROUGH LABOR DAY WEEKEND, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4

THERE WILL BE NO 5 PM SUNDAY MASS.

 


Parish Update           
 

Father Bob Connors will serve our parish as temporary administrator for the months of July and August.  We are hoping that Father Jim’s successor will be appointed by the end of the summer. Please continue to pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit in this discernment and for one another in this time of transition

Please click here to view an introduction letter from Fr. Bob.


NEW ADDITIONS TO THE
PARISH PASTORAL PLAN

 

In 2013 the Parish Pastoral Council launched the first Good Shepherd Parish Pastoral Plan to assure that our ministries will not only thrive but grow and expand. This plan set a clear vision for our parish and a framework for future pastoral planning activities. During the past several months the pastoral council sessions focused on reviewing the pastoral plan and after much reflection and discussion produced an updated version of the pastoral plan. A summary version of the updated plan is enclosed in last week’s bulletin and is also on our website. The Parish Pastoral Council needs your help to accomplish our Parish Pastoral Plan. We look forward to engaging you in a creative and effective collaboration with us so that we may continue to “be a living sign of Christ’s love in and for the world.” If you have any questions about the pastoral plan, any member of the Pastoral Council would be happy to help you. Parish Pastoral Council members are: Donna Drvaric, Georgia Gojmera-Leiner, Laura Housman, Peg Ingolia, Dan Keating Debbie Levens, Rose Narciso, Brian Prunier, Kathy Sherry, Bruce Wright, Deacon Geoff and Sister Roberta.

Good Shepherd Parish Pastoral Plan



Please join us to welcome Fr. Bob Connors
with coffee and conversation
Sunday, July 3 after 8:30 Mass at
St. Zepherin courtyard.

 We are seeking help with baking, setup,
serving, and cleanup. 

If you can help, please call or email
Jennifer at jparrish@goodshepherdwayland.org or call 508-650-3545.

 

The Good Shepherd Parish 2016 Catholic Appeal campaign is off to a wonderful start! With $61,136 already pledged, we are at 92% of goal. The early outpouring of support from so many helps sustain the important ministries that make Good Shepherd a vibrant place of worship. If you have yet to give, please pick up a pledge form at the back of the church or visit bostoncatholicappeal.org. Thank you for your prayers and support.


Boston Sock Exchange
 

Please click here for the June 2016 column. For further information, please contact Paula Morgan, dpsmorgan@mac.com.  Our next trip to Boston will be on Saturday, July 2nd.         

Stephen Ministry
 
When We Need God’s Love Most
 
When do we need God’s love most? Of course we need that love every second of our
 
lives. But at times God’s love is especially precious to us, times when we lose a loved
 
one or when life becomes so confusing that we do not know where to turn. At times like
 
these, it is very important to have someone who cares. Our parish has trained 10 Stephen
 
Ministers, lay people who offer a ministry of Christian caring within our parish and
 
beyond. 
 
To find out more about Stephen Ministry or to receive a Stephen Minister’s care, call
 
Kathleen Fantoni 508.843.0490 or Marcia Anderson 774.270.1114 or Sister Roberta
 
508.650.3545 or at 
rrzeznik@goodshepherdwayland.org
Stephen Ministry
 
When We Need God’s Love Most
 
When do we need God’s love most? Of course we need that love every second of our
 
lives. But at times God’s love is especially precious to us, times when we lose a loved
 
one or when life becomes so confusing that we do not know where to turn. At times like
 
these, it is very important to have someone who cares. Our parish has trained 10 Stephen
 
Ministers, lay people who offer a ministry of Christian caring within our parish and
 
beyond. 
 
To find out more about Stephen Ministry or to receive a Stephen Minister’s care, call
 
Kathleen Fantoni 508.843.0490 or Marcia Anderson 774.270.1114 or Sister Roberta
 
508.650.3545 or at 
rrzeznik@goodshepherdwayland.org
Stephen Ministry
 
When We Need God’s Love Most
 
When do we need God’s love most? Of course we need that love every second of our
 
lives. But at times God’s love is especially precious to us, times when we lose a loved
 
one or when life becomes so confusing that we do not know where to turn. At times like
 
these, it is very important to have someone who cares. Our parish has trained 10 Stephen
 
Ministers, lay people who offer a ministry of Christian caring within our parish and
 
beyond. 
 
To find out more about Stephen Ministry or to receive a Stephen Minister’s care, call
 
Kathleen Fantoni 508.843.0490 or Marcia Anderson 774.270.1114 or Sister Roberta
 
508.650.3545 or at 
rrzeznik@goodshepherdwayland.or

WHITNEY PLACE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
 

What a beautiful ministry it is to be able to bring Holy Communion to those who are unable to attend the celebration of the Eucharist at church. We are in need of additional volunteers to bring Holy Communion to the residents at Whitney Place on a rotating basis. Depending on the number of volunteers, a person’s turn may occur only once a month or even less frequently. Training will be provided. The residents are always so appreciative of being able to receive the Eucharist. If you are interested in this ministry or need more information, please contact Sister Roberta.


EXTEND THE INVITATION
 

“Come and see” was the invitation Jesus offered to a few men of Galilee who were interested in knowing more about him – who he was, where he lived, what his teachings were about? This same invitation we extend to adults who have not been baptized or who have been baptized in another faith tradition but are interested in the Catholic faith or adults who have not received First Holy Communion or Confirmation. Please share this invitation with family members, neighbors or friends. Questions? Contact Sister Roberta at rrzeznik@goodshepherdwayland.org or 508.650.3545.


View our NEW Parish Handbook                                                                                          Christian Service, Faith Formation, & Liturgical Ministries Trifolds


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July 3, 2016 Bulletin


Masses

Weekday Mass at 9:00am

Monday and Tuesday
Saint Ann Church

Wednesday through Friday
Saint Zepherin Church

Weekend Masses:

Saturday Vigil
4:00pm at Saint Ann Church

Sunday Morning
8:30am at Saint Zepherin Church
10:30am at Saint Ann Church

Sunday Evening
No Sunday 5pm Mass
June, July & August

 

Contact Us

Good Shepherd Parish

Pastoral Center and Main Office
99 Main Street
Wayland, MA 01778

St. Ann Church
124 Cochituate Road
Wayland, MA 01778

St. Zepherin Church
99 Main Street
Wayland, MA 01778

P: 508-650-3545
F: 508-655-6948
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Weekend Masses
Sat at 4 pm St Ann
Sunday
8:30am St Zepherin 
10:30am  St Ann 
5 pm St. Zepherin