The Pilgrim's Way

The Pilgrim’s Way is an integrated and comprehensive attempt to give our students the “sticky” faith that comes from relationship with and through Jesus Christ.

Learn more about our efforts to offer Lifelong Christian Formation

Ongoing programs during social distancing

In structuring the Pilgrim's Way, we used 5 foundations on which to build what we teach and when. Using these five foundations, We've created for you some resources for creating a "Social Distanced Christian Community"
If you need any pastoral support, or need assistance of any kind, please reach out to the Good Shepherd clergy. We have a system in place to respond to needs as they arise. If you would like any of us to pray with you, in general or for specific needs, please call us:
Roger: 828-446-8105


10:15 AM Zoom discussion: Lenten Disciplines. Self examination, prayer, fasting, giving, gratitude

3:00 - 5:00 pm Outdoor Activities:  Will vary by the Sunday and will begin Feb 21:

  • Feb 21  @ Augusta Paintball |1818 Barton Chapel Rd, Augusta, GA 30909 | $40/player | Register by 2/19
  • Feb 28 Jugger @ EDS Main Campus Field | Free | 12 player max
  • March 7 Nerf War @ Flowing Wells Road | Free | bring your own guns, extra standard darts provided
  • March 14 Paint Night @ Flowing Wells Road | $20 per painter, 25 max
  • March 21 Knockerball @ Flowing Wells Road | | $$/player, 10 minimum (tentative, and if not possible, then we'll host a game night at Flowing Wells Campus)
  • March 28 @Active Climbing Center |  643 S. Old Belair Rd., Grovetown GA 30813 | $20/climber, 10 minimum


7:00 - 7:45 Zoom Discussion. Contemplative Prayer: How to respond when the world gets tough.


6:00-8:00 online gaming on Youth Discord Server (Minecraft, Among Us, Sea of Thieves, etc.)

Saturdays in March

Pendleton-King Service Days. 10-12 work, Bring your own Lunch, Disc Golf/Basketball/walks 12:30-2:00

Recurring Programs are post-poned until further notice



A Greek word for teaching, referring specifically to a catechetical manual from the first century known as The Teachings of the Twelve Apostles. At Didache, we present the church’s foundational beliefs and understanding about God and life. 

Sunday mornings at 10am at Setze Cottage.


Activities and events specifically designed to give students an experience of the lessons we teach on Sunday mornings while preparing them to enter the world as leaders and team players. 

Sunday evenings at 4:30pm (6-8 grade) and 5:30pm (9-12 grade) at Setze Cottage

The Table: Family Game Night

For all ages! Bring a snack, bring a game, and unplug from technology.

Fourth Sunday of every month, from 4:30 – 7:00pm, at Small Parish Hall


Middle School Prayer Breakfast

We play, we pray, we hear scripture, and we eat.

Every Tuesday at 7am from mid-September to May, in the Small Parish Hall



Students gather to spend time in Holy Reading (Lectio Divina) and to discuss how Christian writing affects their lives.

Wednesdays when supper is served. 6:30pm at the DSM Office

Wednesday Adventures

Using tabletop role-playing games, we explore real life scenarios of hope, challenge, distress, love, and purpose. 

Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00pm at the DSM Office.


Second Sundays

We join with Episcopal churches across Augusta for a fun outing.

Church League Basketball

Good Shepherd participates in the annual Augusta Christian Basketball Association League, with co-ed teams from under 9 years old to under 19 years old. Teams are contingent upon having enough players and coaches for each age division. Practices in the EDS Gym. Click here for game schedule


Open to students who profess readiness for public affirmation of faith. Learn more.

Service Opportunities

Altar Servers

Students join other adults in the humbling privilege of leading worship services. For 6th grade and older – Leads must be in High School. Meets Sundays in the Acolyte Room. CLICK HERE FOR SERVER SCHEDULE


Altar servers who have discerned a specific call on retreat are trained to lead teams of other altar servers in public worship. For more info, order the book.

Hometown Missions

In partnership with the Diocese of Georgia, Student Ministry coordinates a weekend of service in the Augusta area, inviting youth from all local Episcopal congregations.

Mission Trips

Annual experiences to places we have never been to serve and learn from those we meet along the way.

VBS Crew Leaders

Students learn to lead and minister to the children of vacation bible school

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Church of the Good Shepherd Youth Volunteering

Safeguard God's Children

The safety and security of our children and youth is our highest priority. All volunteers must pass a background check, and take an online course detailing safety procedures and appropriate behavior when serving with young people.

Complete the online course