Sisters of the Good Shepherd have sponsored, jointly sponsored and affiliated ministries that are committed to social justice, mercy and reconciliation. Please contact the ministries directly to support their missions through your donations and gifts of time and service.
The ministries and services of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd are many and varied. Our desire to serve is limited only by the walls of our expanding world. Apostolic Sisters and Mission Lay Partners serve in ministries across the United States. You can learn more about each ministry by visiting the ministry websites and reading the stories that are posted here, on the website for the Province of Mid-North America.
Good Shepherd Services, Atlanta provides outreach services to refugees and immigrants, with a special focus on Asian Americans.
The Community of Jesus the Living Mercy is a post-abortion healing ministry that was founded by and in relationship with Sisters of the Good Shepherd by philosophy, spirit and values.
Maria Droste Counseling Center is an affiliated program of Good Shepherd and was formed out of the understanding that people need access to counseling services regardless of their ability to pay. It was founded by Sisters of the Good Shepherd and is in relationship with Good Shepherd by philosophy, spirit and values.
Vista Maria is a residential and community-based treatment agency for high-risk girls and their families. The ministry also engages in anti-human trafficking and foster care.
LOS ANGELES, CA
Good Shepherd Shelter is a long-term treatment and education-based shelter for women and their children who are healing from domestic violence.
Maryhurst is an affiliated program of Good Shepherd and offers residential and community-based services for youth and families. It was founded by Sisters of the Good Shepherd and is in relationship with Good Shepherd by philosophy, spirit and values.
Mission Effectiveness furthers the mission, history and values of Good Shepherd.
DeNeuville Learning Center empowers women to improve their lives through education and community.
Good Shepherd Mediation Program is a conflict resolution services and training program that assists victims and offenders through conferencing and offender diversion.
CORA Services assists children, youth and families who are experiencing emotional, academic and social challenges by providing an array of comprehensive professional services that are focused on prevention, intervention, remediation and referral assistance.
Rose Haven is a sanctuary from the street where women and children facing loss of home, abuse and other disruptive life experiences find compassion, practical assistance and community. Rose Have is an affiliated program of Good Shepherd. It was co-founded by a Sister of the Good Shepherd and is in relationship with Good Shepherd by philosophy, spirit and values.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Gracenter is a recovery residence that offers a supportive and gently challenging program for women who wish to strengthen their early sobriety.
SILVER SPRING, MD
Sisters of the Good Shepherd mobilize voices through its National Advocacy Center to influence how policy is crafted in Washington, DC.
ST. LOUIS, MO
The province center for Sisters of the Good Shepherd Province of Mid-North America is located in St. Louis, Missouri.
Shepherding Images Studio & Good Shepherd Gallery is a ministry of arts in St. Louis, Missouri. Sr. Glynis Mary McManamon founded the ministry as a way of inspiring people to reflect on a larger worldview. The heart of the art ministry involves Sister Glynis Mary in painting icons for public viewing and working with schools and community groups on collaborative exhibitions and programs. The ministry also presents opportunities for youth and adults to have their own shows of artwork that highlight the Good Shepherd core values of mercy, reconciliation, individual worth and zeal.
Good Shepherd Volunteers work in social service ministries in the U.S. and overseas, serving women, teens and children whose lives are touched by poverty, violence and neglect.
Good Shepherd Sisters further the social justice and peace movement by having a seat on the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in New York City.
The Good Shepherd Community Guidance Center offers individual, marriage and family counseling; parent education, pastoral ministry and community outreach for low income residents.
The contemplative communities of Good Shepherd Sisters, with their ministries of prayer and altar bread, are located in St. Louis, Missouri; Cheltenham, Pennsylvania; and Park Oak Heights, Minnesota.
You can learn more about us by reading our history, our stories and news reports, and getting to know our Good Shepherd Sisters and Mission Partners who help make a difference in the lives of women and children every day through our ministries.