Good Shepherd Ministries remains at the service of the poor and homeless of our City. In response to COVID-19, Good Shepherd Ministries has reduced its meal program to offer bagged lunches from 2 – 4 pm. The organization is taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of everyone who enters and uses its facilities in adherence to Public Health Agency of Canada.

Contact 416.869.3619 or info@goodshepherd.ca for more information on how you can help during this health crisis. For donations not made online, we ask for your patience as the issuance of tax receipts may be delayed. Thank you.

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Where good seed can grow


In the Easter story, Jesus’ friend, Mary Magdalene, goes to His tomb, only to find Him missing. In her confusion, she mistakes Him for the gardener! It is only when He calls her by name that she recognizes Him. Unless we are avid gardeners ourselves, we may miss the connection between the work we do here at Good Shepherd Ministries and the task of gardening. Though we associate gardening with beautiful things, it is, in fact, very hard work. Gardening requires attentive care and cannot be rushed.

Every person who comes to Good Shepherd Ministries can experience new life through the work we do. Like a good gardener, we tend to every individual, creating the optimal circumstances under which they have the chance to thrive.  Pope Francis has said: “You must try to seek God in every human life. There is always space in which the good seed can grow.”  Although this is difficult at times, together we can achieve the impossible and assist in a resurrection!


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