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. 

Thank you to Pastor Peter Soli for being here with us the last six months. We wish him well as he moves on to help another church.









Make a difference
Join us at Feed My People Food Bank 4-6:30 p.m. on May 31 to pack meals for Weekend Kids Meals. We need at least 10 people to help with this, so if you can come, please call the church office.

Update on a Pastor for Good Shepherd
Pastor Dan Hermanson has agreed to serve as our Bridge Pastor. This Bridge Pastor would be an interim beginning June 1 until our new pastor is called and able to begin. The Call Committee will have an update for us in the coming days.

Garden helpers needed
We are looking for someone to help water the flower pots here on Wednesdays or Thursdays, and some people who would be able to weed (at your convenience) the flower beds around the church. If you want to help, or not sure where to start, contact Jill Hanson and she will be happy to walk you through the flower beds. If anyone would like to donate towards the flowers that were purchased for the pots, you can leave an envelope marked Outside Flowers on it (or put that in the memo of a check).

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

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, June 1. 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.

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month!
During the month of June, the Alzheimer’s Association and Dementia Friendly Eau Claire County (of which we are part of!) asks people to wear purple and use their brains to fight Alzheimer’s disease. Check out the events at Dove HealthCare this summer on the bulletin board as well.

Chippewa Valley Street Ministry
The Street Ministry has updated their list at this time to include: small (2-3 person) tents, sleeping bags, umbrellas, rain gear, hoodies; gas cards, food cards.  Check out their new website -http://www.chippewavalleystreetministry.org/!
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.

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.