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Individuals & families, and non-profit organizations, may reserve our facilities for special events. For more information, please contact the church by submitting a form on our contact page (click here). To download the space use application and policies, click here.
The Book of Common Prayer: The prayer life of The Episcopal Church gathered in worship.
The Lectionary Page: The readings assigned for worship each Sunday and on Holy Days (a 3 year cycle of working through the Bible).
The Episcopal Diocese of California: Good Shepherd is a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of California.
Episcopal Migration Ministries: "Episcopal Migration Ministries is the refugee resettlement program of the Episcopal Church, and a living example of the Church’s commitment to aid the stranger in our midst."
Episcopal Relief & Development: Episcopal Relief & Development works with Church partners and other local organizations to save lives and transform communities worldwide. We rebuild after disasters and empower people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger and disease.
Episcopal Charities: Episcopal Charities is comprised of volunteers, donors, professionals, staff and board members all passionate about ending the cycle of poverty.
DioBytes Newsletter: The e-news of the Diocese of California
Episcopal Cafe: Conversations about news, events, resources, and all things Episcopal & Anglican.
Home and Hope: providing a safe haven for homeless families, while helping them regain long-term housing.
Freedom House: to bring hope, restoration, and a new life to survivors of human-trafficking by providing a safe home and long-term aftercare.
Forward Day by Day: A daily devotional by Forward Movement, a ministry of The Episcopal Church.
Church Publishing: official publisher or Episcopal prayerbooks and hymnals, CPI is a good resource for many Episcopal and ecumenically published materials.
If you would like to schedule a time to meet with our priest, Vicar Michael, to discuss pastoral concerns, please call the church office at (650) 593-4844, or email him through our contact page (click here).
If you are experiencing a crisis or emergency, please call 911 or one the many lifelines available. Here are a few:
Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
San Francisco Suicide Prevention:
Crisis line: (415) 781-0500
TEXT “CTL” TO 741741
or call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Trevor Project Hotline, heping LGBTQ young people:
National Human Trafficking Resource Center:
or text BeFree (233733)
Caregivers, and Aging Adults & Seniors: 24-Hour Emergency & Advice Line: helping seniors, people with disabilities, dependent adults, and caregivers access the services they need to keep them safe.
Victims of Violnce: (emotional, physical, domestic/interpersonal violence):
1-800-799-7233 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)