Adult Education / Groups


Men's Retreat - The 2019 Men’s Retreat will be held on February 8-9, 2019.  The title for this year’s retreat will be “Leading Men in the Episcopal Church into Future Men’s and Youth Ministry.”  We are delighted to have Mr. Jeffrey Butcher, President of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew as our leader and speaker.

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is the National Men’s organization in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church. 

The retreat will start with dinner at 6 pm on Friday February 8, at Good Shepherd. We will have a program after dinner going to 9 pm.  After a good night’s sleep in our own beds, we will leave from Good Shepherd at 7:30 am on Saturday morning, and travel up to the Pines at Genesee for breakfast and a day of music, food, fellowship, sharing’s by Mr. Butcher and small group discussions.  We will close with a Eucharist service and try to leave the Pines at Genesee by 4 pm.

The cost for the weekend retreat will be $60 to cover the cost of meals and the rental of the Pines at Genesee. You may sign up online Here as well as pay or contact Mickey Jackson at or 303-587-6485. He will also be collecting money if you don’t wish to pay online thru Good Shepherd.


Our adult forum meets each Sunday at 9:00 am in the Library on the lower level (off the Parish Hall).   Various topics are covered through Bible study, discussion and reflection.  All adults are welcome.  


An in-depth study group focusing on a variety of topics, with food and fellowship included. We meet from 9:30 to 11:30 on Wednesday mornings in the Library, September through May.  For additional information, contact Dennis Haugh at


Meets on Fridays at 9:30 am in the D’Zone. The group responds to St. Paul's admonition to "pray always." Beginners always welcome. For additional information, contact Nancy at


A national organization for men with a local chapter at St. Tim’s,  meets at 6:30am every other Tuesday for Bible study and prayer. This group also responds to needs in the parish and wider community.  For additional information, contact Mickey Jackson at


The Order of the Daughters of the King is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with it.  We take vows to undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. A Daughter pledges herself to a life-long program of prayer, service and evangelism, dedicated to the spread of Christ's Kingdom and the strengthening  of the spiritual life of her parish. For additional information, contact Pat Jackson at


 Monthly luncheons for women held at area restaurants, usually the first Saturday of the month. For additional information, contact Marian MacFarlane at