Welcome to Good Shepherd! We have so much going on and hope you will join us for all of these great opportunities!
Check out our Children, Youth and Family page for more information for kids.
Don’t forget to sign up for one of the Let’s Talk times – to discuss what is ahead for Good Shepherd. The sheets are in the narthex with the Transition Team members. Times are: Feb. 20 at 4 p.m., Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 22 at 10 a.m., and Feb. 26 at 3:30 p.m. There will be a carnival for the kids on Sunday and then at 5 p.m. EVERYONE is invited to have pancakes in Hegge Hall following the meeting.
Looking ahead: Townhall meeting March 14 with Bishop Hoyme
Congregation meeting March 19 – one service at 9 a.m. with a brief meeting at 10.
Walking Together “500 for the 500th”
Join others from our Synod at Walking Together at UW-Eau Claire Davies Center on March 18. You can register online at http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07edppc3h3793b890d&llr=qw44dqbab.
Attendees will choose from over 70 ministry workshops created to share new ideas, unique ministry experiences/experiments, creative leadership ideas, and more. Topics include worship/music/preaching, faith formation, social justice/ environmental care, local and global mission, and congregational renewal and leadership. All are invited to attend. See the bulletin insert for more information.
Chippewa Valley Street Ministry
The Street Ministry has updated their list at this time to include: Large backpacks with working zippers, handwarmers, hygiene items-any travel size/hotel product size, especially toothpaste and deodorant, 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.
Check out our 60th Anniversary “Living History” booklet.