Presbyterian Church Of the Good Shepherd

810 West Florida Avenue Melbourne, Florida 32901 

Phone: 321-723-3994
Email: pcgoodshep@aol.com

The CGS Charis Fund is maintained to support members and friends in times of need. The Pastor dispenses funds at his/her discretion. Through this fund, we minister to each other in times of financial need.

Florida Tech's Protestant Campus Ministry Florida Tech, our former neighbor to the north who now occupies our “old “ facility with their All Faith Chapel has a Presbyterian Minister as their Protestant Chaplain. The PCM Chaplain conducts Bible Studies and directs service projects with and for the students. Every Monday night that the term is in session, Florida Tech's Protestant Campus Ministry holds a dinner, offering a home cooked meal. The dinner is open to all students. About twice a year one group or another from CGS is chosen to provide the meal, fellowship, and brief devotions for them

2 Cents a Meal is part of the Presbyterian Answer To Hunger (AKA "PATH") program. If you have always wanted an opportunity to put your two cents worth in and really make a difference, then this program is custom made for you!  The idea is to keep an offering can on your dining table and put 2 pennies in it for every meal eaten in your home. On the fourth Sunday of the month, bring the pennies (or their equal amount in other coins, bills, or even checks) to our regular worship service and dedicate them to the task of feeding and educating the hungry.  The projects supported by 2 Cents per Meal are  ECHO, St. Barnabas Agricultural School in Haiti, Second Harvest Food Bank, and CODEP

The South Brevard Sharing Center serves an ever-growing portion of the population who in the Melbourne and Palm Bay area find it increasingly difficult to make ends meet, financially. It is an ecumenical project, that offers food, clothing, money for emergency utilities payments and job counseling to those who need it most

Brevard Indian River Presbyterian Mission Conference (BIRP) and is specifically dedicated to increasing global mission awareness among local congregations. They meet 6 to 8 times a year to plan and coordinate activities, especially the annual BIRP Missions Week. One project is generally selected each year as the focus for the week, and donations towards its support are solicited. Other activities include hands on mission trips. Members are needed to attend planning meetings with the pastor, to host a missionary (couple), provide meals, and transportation to their scheduled events

The Daily Bread Soup Kitchen serves clients in downtown Melbourne a hot meal during the middle of the day. They also provide job referrals, health related services, hot showers, and laundry facilities to those in need. In addition to food preparation, serving, and clean up, service opportunities extend to their Thrift Shop at 412 East New Haven Avenue.

Habitat for Humanity The members of CGS for over 20 years have been providing financial support and participating in the hands-on ministry of building home