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Episcopal Women Honored at Luncheon

April 8th at St. Paul’s, Columbus, 25 women were honored for their support of their parish and community at a Luncheon sponsored by the Diocesan Episcopal Women’s Ministries Council. Bishop-Elect Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows presented their certificates.

Honored Women

  • Carol Baum – Good Samaritan Brownsburg
  • Mary Boggs – St. Alban’s, Indianapolis
  • Pat Carter – St. James’, New Castle
  • Dr. Carolyn Cooper – Chapel of the Good Shepherd, West Lafayette
  • Karen Dickie – Christ Church Church, Madison
  • Carla Ewing – St. Paul’s, Evansville
  • Judith Gillespie – St. Paul’s, Columbus
  • Jane Herr – St. David’s, Bean Blossom
  • Rhoda Keough – St. Phillip’s, Indianapolis
  • Dr. Maggie McClure – St. John’s, Lafayette
  • Marie Krebs O’Neil – St. Paul’s New Albany
  • Kaye Palmer – St. Matthew’s, Indianapolis
  • Irene Ray – St. James’, Vincennes
  • Nancy Rayfield –  Trinity, Bloomington
  • Dr. Jane Root – Trinity, Indianapolis
  • Helen Rudesill – St. Paul’s, Indianapolis
  • Susan Steigerwald –Trinity, Lawrenceburg
  • Betty Whaley –  Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis
  • Carolyn Williams –  St. Timothy’s, Indianapolis

Special recognition

  • Esther Weaver for her support
  • Sally Cassidy for her support

Those not able to attend:

  • Suse Blasé – St. Christopher’s Church, Carmel
  • Ruthie Fassnacht – St. Mark’s, Plainfield
  • Carol Hubbard – St. Augustine, Danville
  • Florence Caylor – Trinity, Anderson

More Pictures from the Event

Chapel of the Good Shepherd – West Lafayette


Meeting At

610 Meridian St
West Lafayette, IN 47906

When We Meet

Sundays at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. (September to May)

Opportunities to Connect

  • Episcopal Student Association
  • Book/Meditation Groups
  • Lafayette Urban Ministry
  • Food Finders Food Bank
  • Jr/Sr High Groups

What Sets Us Apart

  • Good Shepherd is both an Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion and a ministry of the Diocese of Indianapolis to the campus community of Purdue University.
  • We have just about all the things you would expect an Episcopal church to have: “Ritual, Community, and Free Food.”
  • We have just about everybody you might expect to meet in an Anglican congregation: students, older people, singles, GLBTQ,  young families—
  • Plus, a few Methodists who prefer wine to grape juice, a whole bunch of recovering Roman Catholics,
  • Episcopalians who own their own leather-bound prayer books, some undecideds, and even a non-theist or two.
  • If you’re ready to work on your spiritual life in an intimate community faithful to our traditions and tickled by our freedom, come by!