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Lip smacking good ribs, good community, and a good cause, all come together at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, starting at 6:00 p.m. Friday, December 7th. Chef Gus and his merry culinary assistants will be working all day to present this mouth watering meal, proceeds of which will go to support the church's efforts to provide a well for a community in need in a developing country. Clean water, which we take for granted, is not available to most people on our planet. Water borne illness is a major problem. Time spent fetching water takes time away from more productive activities.
Episcopal Relief & Development's GIFTS FOR LIFE catalog (http://www.er-d.org/GiftsForLife/) lists a share in a well as $35 per person, or $5000 for a community well. To date, the church has raised $4000 toward this life saving gift.
Tickets are $15 per person, or $100 for eight dinners.
More About Church of The Good Shepherd
The Church of the Good Shepard celebrates a traditional Episcopal liturgy, and invites everyone to join for services. The first Episcopal service in Dunedin was conducted in Library Hall by Bishop Weed on December 28, 1886. The church's original chapel erected in 1888-89, and was located closer to the corner of Main Street and Edgewater Drive. The Church was later moved to its present site. It has been renovated and enlarged several times, but the original chapel still forms a part of the overall construction.