Thinking ahead: Please prayerfully consider using your time and talent as an aide or catechist for the 2019-2020 Religious Education program. We are in need of a 7th grade catechist and aides to assist the catechists in the Level I (Pre-K), Level II (1st –3rd), and Level III (4th –6th) Atria. This would be […]Read More
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Welcome to Good Shepherd’s home on the Internet. We thank you for making a “virtual visit”, here on our Website. We are situated in the northwest corner of Genesee County in a small town called Montrose. The faithful people in Montrose began their work to build a church back in 1979. Their efforts bloomed on May 4, 1981, when the parish family celebrated their first Liturgy together in their new church. Our current 210-household parish is known as a small, friendly, hospitable and life-giving community. I invite you to return to our site as often as you would like and remember that you will find the latest news and information about our parish family right here. May the Good Shepherd bless you and your family and your spiritual journey as Catholics, “virtual Catholics”, that is! With Faithful Gratitude, Fr. Jonathan Perrotta, Pastor.
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Volunteers needed to serve at Masses for the Holy Day: The Assumption of Mary
Wednesday, August 14 at 6:30 p.m. (Vigil)
Thursday, August 15 at 6:30 p.m. (Holy Day)
Please click HEREto go to the online Signup form: enter your email address, choose your spots – Signup.com will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy peasy!
or you can call the parish office at 810-639-7600
Parish office will be closed, Friday, July 19
Theology on Tap, Wednesday, July 24, in K of C Hall 7-8 p.m.
Topic: The Secret’s Out! Secret Societies and Their Dangers
Theology on Tap, Wednesday, July 31, in K of C Hall 7-8 p.m.
Topic: Get Comfortable? Is Suffering an Obstacle to my Happiness?
Good Shepherd Knights of Columbus will host Theology on Tap Wednesday’s in July 7-8 p.m. in the K of C Hall. The Over all Theme: Overcoming Obstacles to Happiness
July 10 , July 17, July 24 & July 31
All are Welcome!
July is the month traditionally dedicated to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. read more
“Let us fix our eyes on Christ’s blood and understand how precious it is to his Father, for, poured out for our salvation, it has brought to the whole world the grace of repentance.”- Saint Thomas Aquinas
Good Shepherd has an opening for the position of Director of Religious Education.
This is a part-time position (approximately 19 hours per week). Candidates should be familiar with the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program and well formed in the Catholic Faith. If you are interested in applying, please call the parish office at 810-639-7600. A more detailed job description will be available.
We have a few areas that we need help with. Click on the below for details. Thank you!
PURPOSE: Understanding of the biblical view of living in relationship – first personally, then corporately. STRUCTURE: A group of 6-12 persons gathered to study scripture & teaching; shared leadership; preparation for intentional discipleship. MATERIALS: Book cost $15; bring Bible, notebook. CONTENT: Topics include •New Life in Christ, •The Holy Spirit, •Gifts of the Holy Spirit, […]Read More
Thank you! Your DSA contribution helps strengthen the united ministry of 74 parishes in the Diocese of Lansing and funds dozens of important ministries. We are grateful for each one of over 18,500 donors who have pledged more than $4.9 million to this year’s appeal. You are making great things happen in our Church […]Read More
Are you being called? Many are in need in the Homebound and Nursing Home Ministry. Do you feel you are being called by the Lord to serve those in their homes/nursing home? If you do, do not be afraid, but call. Those that serve in this ministry will be glad to have you shadow them. […]Read More
Good Shepherd Knights of Columbus will host Theology on Tap Wednesday’s July 10, 17, 24 and 31 from 7-8 p.m. in the K of C Hall. Theology on Tap is an opportunity for adults to learn about the Catholic faith and ask questions while enjoying adult beverages, snacks and dessert in a relaxed (i.e. non-classroom) […]Read More
Knights of Columbus St. Joseph Assembly 2211 Request YOUR Assistance in Helping Veterans Below is a donation list for veterans at the Saginaw VA Hospital. These items are not supplied by VA or Dept. of Defense: Personal Hygiene Body Wash Razors Shaving Cream Combs Hairbrushes Toothpaste Toothbrushes Non-Alcohol Mouthwash Laundry Detergent Clothing Women’s T […]Read More
Our parish provides a service to our parishioners that have lost loved ones and need a time to relax, visit and have a bite to eat. The funeral luncheons are a time of respite for the loved ones. In order to provide this we need people who are willing to bake buy and work on […]Read More