The Church of the good Shepherd - Camp Hill, PA

Parish Committees
Parish Pastoral Council
The Parish Pastoral Council provides an essential framework and leadership of joining the people of God to fulfill the mission of the church. Members on the Council are appointed and can be elected by the parish at large. The Council meets bi-monthly. Only Catholics in good standing are eligible for membership.
Contact: John Povilaitis, 731-0744
line Parish Vocation Committee
The Parish Vocation Committee’s goals are to pray for vocations, to arrange programs and presentations on vocation awareness and to encourage parents, teachers and friends to seek out and support those who might be contemplating a religious calling. The Committee also prays for, assists and encourages those who have already answered God’s call to a religious vocation.
Contact: Tom Boyle, 763-8843
line Pro-Life Committee
The purpose of the Pro-Life Committee is to foster respect for all life from conception to natural death. Our aim is to make the Good Shepherd family more aware of this vital concern. A series of publicized events throughout the year are available to parishioners.
Contact: Derek Davis at
line Welcoming Committee
Shortly after new parishioners register, they will receive a phone call from the Committee to welcome them to the parish and periodic receptions for new parishioners will be held. There is always a need for more Welcoming Committee members.
Contact: Parish Office 761 -1167
line Council of Catholic Women
The Council promotes growth in spirituality, service and fellowship and reflects the goals of the National Council of Catholic Women. All parish women are warmly welcomed to attend any of the meetings held once a month in the Parish Hall. The Council assists other parish organizations in joint projects and schedules special activities of interest for their members throughout the year. The meetings are announced in the parish bulletin.
Contact: Theresa Harrison, 766-6697
line Family Life Committee
The Family Life Committee provides family oriented social and community service projects and activities. The Family Life Committee’s goals are to foster a parish family sense of community, to promote fellowship, to provide activities and community service projects which articulate the fundamental values and principles of our Catholic tradition.
Contact: Parish Office, 761-1167
line Communication Committee
The Communication Committee is a project-driven organization used to assist with the preparation of various materials using the written word, power point, visual aids, etc. Volunteers will be contacted as the need arises.
Contact: Parish Office, 761-1167