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                                                        The Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis elected Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows as the first black, female diocesan bishop in the history of the Episcopal Church. Photo courtesy of Charlie Simokaitis

WELCOME !  The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows was elected 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis. She was the Episcopal chaplain at Syracuse University from 2004 – 2012 :)

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The Chapel of the Good Shepherd is both an Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion and a ministry of the Diocese of Indianapolis to the campus community at Purdue University. We have just about all the things you would expect an Episcopal Church to have: “Ritual, Community, and Free Food!”

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2016 Good Shepherd Scholarship

Got a good idea? We’ll trade you $1000 for it ! For details on the Good Shepherd Scholarship (open to qualified Purdue students), click here. Erin Kelly was our 2015 winner :)

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Jubilee Christmas 2016 - It’s time to get ready for Lafayette Urban Ministry’s Jubilee Christmas! This year’s date is Saturday, December 10th. from 9:30-Noon at St. John’s Episcopal Church (Sixth and Ferry) in Lafayette. Our job as a church partner with St. John’s, is to give what we can to provide Christmas for 38 local families (83 kids!) who […]
“Feed the Sheep” - Through the people at “Network for Good” we can now offer an updated donor page! Look for the orange “Donate Now” button just about everywhere.  
Good Shepherd on YouTube! -   Here are the two Good Shepherd videos (one five minutes, one one minute) from our “Workship” service at Food Finders on November 4, 2012.  The videos were produced by Charles Renne of Underproduction Multi-Media, with the cooperation of Kathy Copas in the diocesan office.