And Serve With Others.
At Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, there are many options to do good and do well at the same time. Join us as we serve the community.
CHOWDER [SEPTEMBER – MAY]
The Chowder Ministry provides chowder to our food pantry and is available for sale to the community. Chowder is sold on the fourth Saturday of the month and made the day before. When there are holidays (November and December), please check the calendar page to see what week it’s being sold.
We would like to thank Lutheran Charities for their grant to purchase a new refrigerator and freezer to facilitate our chowder ministry!
Please e-mail your order to: [email protected]
Good Shepherd sponsors GriefShare support groups for members of the congregation and for the community at large. Our goal is to provide support and understanding to those who suffer from the pain felt from the loss of a loved one.
The scheduled 16-week course offers the bereaved an opportunity to read, watch videos on the different aspects of grief, and to share their journey with others.
GriefShare sessions are typically posted in advance. If nothing is currently scheduled, you can find more information at griefshare.org.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church has the following spaces available for rent*:
Christian Ed at Good Shepherd caters to ages 3 – 12. We study the word of God through the Sparks Bible and have the kids learn through skits, crafts, games and weekly discussions. Each year we conduct a Halloween Party, St. Nicholas Day, perform a Christmas Pageant, help out with fundraisers and make cards and prayers for the shut ins.
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Dive into the scriptures,explore biblical literature and themes, and gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your faith.
WORSHIP & MUSIC
Many of our parishioners enjoy making music, creating art, and telling stories. Together, we make creative opportunities and spiritual connections accessible to parishioners of all ages.
Stewardship means sharing, enjoying, and caring for our God-given gifts with others. Help us give financial gifts, volunteer our time or talents, and build meaningful relationships in the community.