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Worship 8:00 a.m.
Coffee Hour 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School Classes 9:10 a.m.
Worship 10:30 a.m.
Coffee Hour 11:30 a.m.
Mary Hinkle Shore, Pastor
Kimberly Dunbar, Outreach Ministry Coordinator
Whitney Ferrara, Office Manager
David Gresham, Minister of Music
Vance Reese, Organist
Heather Merritt, Children’s Ministry Coordinator
For access to the online pictorial directory, click “Member Directory” on the top righthand menu. The directory is password protected. Members can request a log-in and password from the church office or directly from network administrator Dwight Meyer.
Bread for the World’s Offering of Letters Campaign 2018
Each year, Good Shepherd participates in Bread for the World’s Offering of Letters Campaign, which engages churches, campuses, and other faith communities in writing letters to Congress to end hunger at home and abroad. Last week, we heard a temple talk about the campaign. This Sunday, September 16, bring your letters to worship and turn them in as an offering.
Focus on Stewardship
Christian stewardship is a life-long journey of faith. Giving of one’s time, talent, gifts, and prayer lies at the heart of the Christian faith. Every year at this time we highlight the importance and centrality of stewardship to stimulate your reflection. Our theme this year is “Following, Loving, and Serving,” three movements of the spirit in our lives as stewards. This Sunday we will begin this reflection in worship with a temple talk on “Following.”
DiGG Sunday School Class
During the Sunday School hour in September, the Reimagining Health Collaborative team will present a book study on “Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church’s Mission.” One of the goals for our church for 2018 is to learn more about mental health and find ways to accompany those affected by mental illness. This promises to be a timely and informative discussion, as most families have dealt or will deal with mental health issues. The class meets in the Conference Room.