There will be no Mass on either Wednesday, October 16 or Friday, October 18 as Father will be attending a priestly retreat this week.
Our Mission: "To make disciples through the teachings and ministry of Jesus the Good Shepherd. We are committed to celebrate the Word and Sacraments and to be of service to God's family."
Sundays: 8:30 AM
Wednesdays: 6:00 PM
Fridays: 10:00 AM
Reconciliation: Wednesday's at 5:00 PM and before and after Mass on Friday.
Got stuff? Donations will be accepted at the Social Hall starting Monday, October 7th from 9 am to 4 pm. Arrangements can be made for pickup. Please NO old computers or televisions.
Voluteers are needed to help sort, price and set out items as well as workers the day of the sale.
Please contact Susan McMorris at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
We are offering our old parish organ to anyone wishing to give it a good home.
If you are interested, please drop us a line at SOTHparishnetwork@gmail.com
The Hospitality Committee is looking for new members to help set up and serve refreshments after Mass. If you'd like to join us, please contact Lynette Abraham at SOTHparishnetwork@gmail.com
Following the listening sessions held throughout the diocese, Bishop Barry C. Knestout renewed his commitment to leading the Diocese of Richmond with transparency, faith and direct action. Learn more about how Bishop Knestout is answering the call for accountability by clicking the button below:
Cursillo is a Spanish word meaning "little course." It refers to a short course in Christian living. The Cursillo Movement is made up of individuals who have participated in similar short courses by attending a weekend and endeavor to apply Christian principles in their daily lives.
We have several Fourth Day Groups at Shepherd of the Hills. For information on meeting times and places, please contact Monica Waugh at email@example.com
The purpose of these weekends is to help practicing Christians:
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The Diocese of Richmond will celebrate 200 years of a permanent Catholic presence in Virginia.