Saturday, August 24, 2019 - Sunday, August 25, 2019
Good Shepherd's Mission
“In welcoming all, we form disciples who know, love, and serve God and neighbor.”
Who is a disciple? A disciple welcomes God’s people, encounters Jesus Christ, grows in Jesus Christ, serves God’s people, and shares the Gospel. At Good Shepherd, we seek to foster a lifestyle of discipleship focused on these five characteristics of a disciple. Click here to learn more about our mission!
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Address: 1000 Tinker Road, Colleyville, TX 76034
Sunday: 9:00am, 11:00am, and 4:00pm
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 8:30am
- Mon - Thurs: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Fri: 8:00am - 2:00pm
- Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Sun: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Good Shepherd Catholic Community is a parish of the Diocese of Fort Worth, staffed by Franciscan Friars Third Order Regular:
Stats & Structure
Evangelization - Discipleship Council
This Council exists as a working group to support, promote and implement the pastoral plan for evangelization and discipleship at Good Shepherd. The Council as a whole works in a collaborative fashion with parish leadership, including Parish Advisory Council (PAC), parish ministries and Good Shepherd staff, along with the Diocesan Offices of Stewardship and Evangelization. Our primary aim is to accomplish our purpose through communicating a unified vision of what it means to "live discipleship" through five simple words: Welcome (radical hospitality), Encounter (making disciples) Grow (growing/apprenticing disciples), Serve (stewardship as the response of a Christian disciple), Share (missionary discipleship/apostleship). Each of these five words represent an essential aspect of what it means to be a Christian disciple
Members of Evangelization - Discipleship Council
Chair: Donna Campbell (interim)
Members: David Brockman, Michael Brumley, Jenny Casey, Norma Duane, Vicki Findley, Donna Furin, Stewart Jenkins, Melissa Kates, David Kinney, Larry Landry, Jacque Oley, Bob Parra, Russell Parks, Ricky Sanchez, and Shandelyn Speake
Mission - Outreach Council
An advisory body that meets once a month to assist the pastor.
This joint council is co-chaired by a Lead for Mission and a Lead for Outreach. Both Leads develop task forces, teams and committees who work between meetings in order to provide reports at a monthly meeting. Mission emphasizes how constituencies of our parish can contribute to missionary opportunities, especially through our covenant with the Trade School in Campamento, Honduras. Outreach emphasizes how constituencies of our parish can respond with their resources to help meet local needs within the community at large. Mission and Outreach are two sides of the same coin that cross-pollinate and lead us to social action for the common good.
Parish Finance Council
This is an advisory body that meets bimonthly to assist the pastor.
Council members with experience in business, finances or economics are appointees of the pastor. This council advises the pastor on all financial matters: audits the monthly parish accounts, approves the annual parish budgets, and reports on finance meetings at Holy Trinity Catholic School. Council members also advise the pastor on cash-flow needs and our savings account, proposed maintenance projects, site development projects and capital expenditure projects, whether short or long-term. We provide direction regarding financial stewardship of the parish as well as diocesan and parish financial campaigns. Decisions are reserved to the Pastor.
Member of the Parish Finance Council:
Chair: Fr. Richard Eldredge, TOR
Secretary: Michael Vinez
Members: David Behrmann, Walter Hawrylak, Kevin Isbell, and Donna Springer
Servant Lead Team Lead
An advisory body of staff persons that meet once a week with the pastor to provide guidance and solutions in the areas of infrastructure and organization of the staff and parish.
As of August 1, 2019
Total Registered Households 3,682
Total Individuals 11,735
Children ages birth - 17 3,084
Young Adults ages 18-35 2,198
Family Faith Formation 2019-20
K-8th grade -
9th-12th grade -
Holy Trinity Catholic School -
Nolan Catholic High School -
Average age of all parishioners 37
Average age of adult parishioners 47
Ages 0-11mos 38
No Bdate 435
Registered Households by City
North Richland Hills 290
Fort Worth 225
Trophy Club 80
Flower Mound 15
Haltom City 9
Richland Hills 4
Farmers Branch 2
Grand Prairie 2
The Colony 1
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Tour Our Church
Don’t know where the Pope John XXIII Room is located? Haven’t visited our Daily Chapel? Schedule a church tour by calling our office: 817-421-1387
GSCC - Our Story
Watch the video below to learn more about where we have come from!