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


SMALL FAITH SHARING GROUPS COMING SOON!! : Understand your faith, deepen your relationship with God and find connection with others in our community.  Sign up HERE to join a group that will meet during this Lenten season; the topic will be "With Jesus to the Cross." There will be several time options to fit into your schedule. Thank you for joining us!!

 

 SAVE THE DATE!! Damon Clarke will be our speaker for the Good Shepherd Parish Lenten Retreat on Sunday, March 22 from 10:00am-1:00pm.  This special event is for all members of the parish and will include participation in the 10:30am Mass and lunch.  Damon's theme will be "The Joy to Be."    

 

       UPCOMING PARISH EVENTS  - please read the bulletin for more details.   
Sun. Feb. 16 There will be NO team meeting on Sunday, February 16th and Sunday, February 23rd due to the school vacation week. Both churches
Sun. Feb. 16 Knights of Columbus Council, Good Shepherd #16156, will be hosting an Exemplification of the Combination Degree - 6:15pm in St. Zepherin church, followed by reception at Parish Center. St. Zepherin
Mon. Feb. 17 The Parish Office will be closed in observance of Presidents' Day.  99 Main St. Wayland

 

 We are very thankful to ALL our families who responded to our campaign appeal!!  As of February 9th, we have raised $293,609 from 158 pledges. We still need $206,391 to reach our goal of $500,000.  All fund raised will help us pay for buildings upgrade & repairs at St. Ann and St. Zepherin.   With your support, we would like to start working on the projects in the spring of 2020; please get a  RENEW, REJOICE, REFOCUS pledge HERE . Thank you again!!!

 

Please Click  HERE  to learn more about some stained glass windows and beautiful statues that we have at St. Ann and St. Zepherin.  

 

Goodbye Note from Laura Tringali: It has been my pleasure to share in the faith lives of the parishioners and especially the teens of Good Shepherd Parish over the last two and a half years. I will be taking the next step in my own journey next month. As my husband and I joyfully prepare for the arrival of our first baby, we have decided to move to Ohio to be closer to family. My last day as your Youth Minister & Director of Confirmation will be Monday, January 27. I am deeply grateful to so many of you in this community with whom I have had the pleasure of building relationships here. Thank you for welcoming me, supporting Youth Ministry, and being open to growing in faith together. Thank you, especially, to the teens of this parish and the dedicated volunteers in Youth Ministry who have allowed me to be part of their faith journey. I have learned so much from you, and you will forever be part of my faith story. Please keep in touch! Email: [email protected] Blog: www.lauratringali.wordpress.com Instagram: @laura_tringali

 

Check out our Youth Ministry Blog, gspyouth.blog , to see pictures and read about the summer programs, Just5 Days, NPH and Catholic HeartWork Camp (in New Jersey).  Also, to contact Laura Tringali, please use her new e-mail  [email protected] .                

         
         

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019-2020 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION YEAR IS NOW OPEN - Registration and fee payment can be found on this website under the Faith Formation page.  There are descriptions of all the programs and session options there as well.  Please contact Sue Muldoon, [email protected], in the Religious Education office with any questions.  Faith Formation VOLUNTEERS are also NEEDED.

 

 PRAYER LINE:  NEED PRAYER for yourself, friends, others nearby or far away? CALL THE GSP PRAYER LINE 508-745-6317.  More than eighty fellow parishioners will be notified of your prayer request so they can pray.

 

End of Life Issues/ Making Funeral Arrangements/ Liturgy Planning for a Funeral. Please click the link below to see the mini presentation by Fr. Dave O'Leary, and Cindy Bryant  bit.ly/GSLife

 


Children’s Liturgy of the Word Leader’s
Needed for the 10:30 Mass
 

Help our young children to develop an appreciation for God’s Word and learn how we worship together in the Mass. This ministry allows you to commit to only the weekends that work for your schedule.

There are easy to follow guides for each week and training is provided.  Image result for childrens liturgy of the word clipartPlease consider how you can take part in this vital part our children’s faith formation program.  Contact Sue Muldoon for more information.  [email protected]

 

 


Vigil Lamp Candles
 

A vigil candle is kept by the tabernacle at all times.  The candle burns for one week.  If you would like to dedicate a candle in memory or honor of a family member or loved one, please contact theRelated image office.  The suggested offering is $10.00.  The name of the person will be placed in the bulletin and the candle will burn for one week, Friday through to the following Friday.  Please call or email MaryAnn at 508-650-3545
[email protected]

 

 


Don't Forget to Sign Up for Online Giving!

 

Our parish has been using an Online Giving system that is strengthening stewardship as well as making it easier for members to support our parish. We currently have 164 families signed up through various Online Giving sources.  They include WeShare, Charitable Giving Funds and electronic fund transfers through your bank.

There are many benefits for the parish and for parishioners that choose to give online. Some of the benefits for the parishioner include: no need to write checks; you can give even if you are unable to attend services; and your contribution amount can easily be adjusted.

The benefits for the parish include: more consistent giving with recurring contributions; electronic donation summaries for record keeping; reaches a wider demographic of givers; and accommodates all special parish collections and missions.

Getting started is easy. Just visit our website at www.GoodShepherdWayland.org and click on the Automatic Giving Instructions under the DONATE tab or click on the WeShare icon on our homepage.  Please feel free to contact Liliana Lucas, Finance & Operations Manager at 508-650-3545, ext. 18 in our parish office if you have any questions or need assistance.  She will walk you through how to set up your account and add a source of funds. We hope you enjoy our safe, secure way to manage your giving.Image result for online giving clipart


 

Boston Sock Exchange

 

For more information, please contact Paula Morgan at [email protected]  
The next trip into Boston will take place on October 6th. 
Please click here for September's article.

 


 

The Good Shepherd App is here!!!
 

Search in either the iTunes Store or the Google Play Store for
Good Shepherd Wayland.

Additionally, below are the QR codes for the Good Shepherd App. The first is a link to the Google Play store and the second is a link to the iTunes app store.

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 
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 
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 

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 Fr Dave at [email protected] or 508.650.3545.


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

 

 
  • 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 and Evening
8:30am at Saint Zepherin Church
10:30am at Saint Ann Church
5:00pm at Saint Zepherin Church
 

BULLETIN: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2020

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Good Shepherd
Parish Proposal

After our parish prayer and listening session, the Parish Staff and Parish Pastoral Council have come up with The Good Shepherd Proposals.
This we want to give to our Pastor, Bishop Reed, to take with him to the November meeting of the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops in Washington, D.C.

Fr. Dave's Blog:  
"I Am A Believer"



Contact Us

Good Shepherd Parish

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

St. Ann Church
134 Cochituate Road
Wayland, MA 01778

St. Zepherin Church
99 Main Street
Wayland, MA 01778

P: 508-650-3545
F: 508-655-6948
Email Us

 

 

 

 

 


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Weekend Masses
Sat at 4 pm St Ann
Sunday
8:30am St Zepherin 
10:30am  St Ann 
5:00pm St Zepherin