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Our Caring Ministry provides love and support to those who need encouragement when facing life challenges. From helping to provide meals to families in crisis to encouragement with calls and home visits, we are here to provide care for our congregation.

Ministry Contact

Marie Forgione
(949) 398-5179


As a community of faith, we recognize the importance of prayer. At all times there's a network of individuals praying for our church. We would like to pray for you and your loved ones.

Home Visits

If you are a homebound congregant, we have friendly volunteers that would like to visit with you, pray with you, and serve you communion.

Meal Train

If you or a family member is having surgery, experiencing illness, or going through a tough time, we have amazing volunteers willing to prepare and deliver meals to your home.

Assistance may be provided to active congregants of Good Shepherd who are experiencing hardship and distress.
Our ability to provide home visits and meals is a result of those in our church body who faithfully volunteer in our Caring Team.

Life Events

We are a family here at Good Shepherd and want to walk alongside you through major life events.
To learn more about baptism, weddings, and memorials, click the headings below.

Baptism is an important step as you follow Jesus. It’s an outward symbol of the work that God has done in your life. Baptisms are given to active congregants by request to the Senior Pastor.

To request a baptism, send us an email at

We would love to help make your special day memorable! Our facilities are available for weddings for active congregants within our church. We do not rent out our Sanctuary for outside weddings.

For more information on booking a wedding at Good Shepherd and/or requesting a Good Shepherd pastor to perform your ceremony, send us an email at

The shock from the loss a loved one is full of profound sadness and despair, and we are greatly sorry for your loss. As an active congregant of Good Shepherd, we are here to walk alongside you through prayer support and memorial planning.

For more information on beginning the memorial planning process at Good Shepherd and/or requesting a Good Shepherd pastor to perform the service, send us an email at

Serve on our Caring Team!

Our mission is to serve the congregation of Good Shepherd and the local community as lay leaders, coming alongside anyone in a time of hurt and pain. If you feel called to make home visits or cook a meal, we would love to have you as part of our dedicated volunteer team.

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