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Welcome to Good Shepherd! We have so much going on and hope you will join us for all of these great opportunities!

Worship on Sundays at 9 a.m. and Wednesdays at 6 p.m.

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Wednesday evenings
We are serving a meal at 5 p.m. with worship at 6 and Wednesday Learning at 6:45. All are welcome! Sign up to help Bridget in the kitchen and to bring an item for the meal each week.

Sermons online
Pastor Josh will be recording his sermons and we will be posting them online early in the week. You can find the link on our church website under the sermon tab or on our Facebook page.

Shepherd’s Closet fund raiser
Shepherd Closet is doing another fundraiser with Saver’s on Sunday, Sept. 24. You can bring your clothing or cloth donations to church on or before Sept 24. Mark the bag as SAVERS if you bring the clothes to church before the 24th as this will save us from going thru the clothes to look for donations for the Closet. Saver’s gives us 20 cents per pound for all the clothes or cloth items that are donated. Shoes, sheets, clothes, bedding, curtains are all acceptable.

With Age Comes Wisdom … of a sort! Oct. 10 at 1 p.m.
Moira Kneer will be using cartoons and humor as we take a look at the wealth of wisdom that age brings. The centerpiece of this talk is the Jenny Joseph poem, “When I Am an Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple.”  This event is sponsored by our Library Group and will be held in the Upper Fellowship Hall with refreshments to follow. Bring a friend!

Sermon questions
As we start to gear up for our Wednesday evening programming – starting Wednesday, September 13 at 5 pm – we want to offer a preview for the Gospel text for the week and an opportunity for you to hear it for the first time. We hope that you will take this opportunity to give it a listen and ask any questions or offer any insights that you might have. Post your thoughts in the comments on Facebook or send an email to Pastor as we wonder aloud together how these texts fit into our lives. You can view this on Facebook or YouTube.

We are now on Instagram! Check us out! goodshepherd_ec

Bible study
Join Pastor Josh on Wednesday mornings at 11 a.m. as he reviews the text for the coming Sunday.

Monthly Mission Focus
Third quarter missions – Project Backpack
The Good Shepherd Outreach Group hosted Roosevelt Elementary students to a fun evening on Aug. 9. The students were able to pick out a backpack, receive school supplies, have a meal, get a haircut, have their photo taken, pick out some clothes and shoes and enjoy a fun carnival. Donations will go towards this annual event.

Alzheimer’s Walk is coming up!
Don’t forget we have a team from Good Shepherd walking in the Alzheimer’s Awareness Walk Sept. 23. We welcome anyone to walk with us or to donate to our group. See DeAnne in the office or Heather Garber or go to the Alzheimer’s website to sign up or donate.

Please note Church Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Building Use Form

Chippewa Valley Street Ministry
The Street Ministry has updated their need list at this time to include: Monetary donations for everyday operations, such as gas for the vans, purchase of food from Feed My People and purchase of items that have not been donated. Backpacks-larger sized, hoodies, especially sizes 2 XL, men’s and women’s underwear-preferably new-all sizes, bus passes or bus tokens, gas cards, food cards, monetary donations. Check out the website for more information. You can also donate right on the website. Or if you are giving a check,  please write checks out to Chippewa Valley Street Ministry and mail it or drop it off at the church.

Ruby’s Pantry volunteer and guest forms will need to be filled out each year. Don’t forget we have Ruby’s Pantry coming on Thursday, Oct. 5. We couldn’t do this without all of wonderful volunteers!  Come anytime between 1:30-7 p.m. and lend a hand. If you’ve never been here, come and see what it is all about. OR, come and purchase a share for you (or someone you know) for $20.

You can text a gift to us! Text MYGSGIFT to 73256 to give to a specific fund using your text messaging. Standard text message rates do apply.

Give online at any time, any where!

Check out our 60th Anniversary “Living History” booklet.