The Rev. Suzi Robertson, D.Min, is the chief spiritual leader at Good Shepherd.
Dr. Robertson is a Texan. She was ordained by the Rt. Rev. Don Adger Wimberly, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, and served in the Diocese of Texas as assistant rector, Trinity, Galveston, and rector at St. Luke the Evangelist, Houston. She served in the Diocese of Northwest Texas as head of St. John’s Episcopal School, Abilene, and then as vicar and rector of Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Sammamish, Washington, Diocese of Olympia. She and her husband also served a year as missionaries in Tanzania, East Africa.
She is the author of, "Windows Into the Spirituality of Children," and has published numerous other professional articles on faith development and leadership development. She is a gifted preacher and holds numerous credentials.
She holds four theological degrees and taught at the Houston Graduate School of Theology, Houston; and St. Philips Theological School, Kongwa, Tanzania, East Africa, in the areas of administration and leadership, children’s ministry and Bible.
Dr. Robertson retired and moved to Stephenville in January 2015.
Welcome to The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd official Website. We are the only Episcopal Church in Granbury, Texas and are a member of the world wide Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian Communion in the world. Good Shepherd is a vibrant congregation in the historic tradition of the Christian faith. We welcome, embrace and involve all persons, regardless of gender, age, color, sexual orientation, creed, race or social status. We are deeply spiritual and base our day to day life on the supremacy of Holy Scripture. We respect the dignity of every human being. In our ordination and membership, we do not discriminate. We sing. We Pray! We forgive! We cry and mourn when we hurt. We spend much of our money and our energy on, "others." We help children in Mexico and Tanzania. We support refugees and people who live in regions where there are natural disasters. We help feed children in our own community. We support Habitat for Humanity, Mission Granbury, and many other service agencies in our area. Our worship involves pageantry. We love beauty! We make collective decisions. We love each other! We believe the world is a big place, and that to be genuinely present with God, we must fully embrace the entire world in our prayers and in our work. Currently, we are a congregation without walls.