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May 6 2018 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Jan 27 2019 - 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Feb 15 2019 - 7:30pm
Feb 23 2019 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Committee and Chair Information

Christian Education

Gail Frost
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to provide interesting and engaging ways for children and adults to nurture and strengthen their faith journeys while encouraging them to grow in faith, service and fellowship.  The committee meets on the second Tuesday of the month.  We make sure that all of our programs are running smoothly with the necessary volunteers each week.  We discuss upcoming events and how we can help make them happen.  We discuss ways to keep our programs relevant and meaningful for all participants.  We vision about what more we would like to see happen at Good Shepherd.  If you are interested in Christian Education and want to learn more, contact Gail Frost, chairperson, or any of the committee members.

Evangelism

Richard Sehl
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to spread the spirit and words of Christ to all men and all women; to welcome all to worship in our diverse Good Shepherd congregation; to encounter Christ in each person treating all with love, trust and respect; to nourish spiritual growth and encourage, teach and support all who witness and follow Christ's example.  The committee meets the second Tuesday of each month.  If you are interested in Evangelism and want to learn more, contact Committee Chair Jim Hunt.

Finance

Marcia Schattauer
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to oversee and provide guidance for the financial life of Good Shepherd Lutheran.  The committee meets once a month as scheduled.  See the Good Shepherd calendar for upcoming meetings.  If you are interested in Finance and want to learn more, contact Committee Chair Marcia Schattauer.

Parish Life also known as GS Connects!

Gail Frost
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to organize/assist with fellowship events for the congregation to foster connections among members, visitors and our community.  The committee meets approximately once a month as scheduled.  See the Good Shepherd calendar for upcoming meetings.  If you are interested in Parish Life and want to learn more, contact the new Parish Life Chair or Pastor Kathy.

Property

Tim Clute
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to support Good Shepherd by caring for our physical assets and facilitating their use by members and friends.  The Property Committee meets as scheduled.  See the Good Shepherd calendar for upcoming meetings.  If you are interested in Property and want to learn more, contact Committee Chair Tim Clute.

Social Ministry

Florence Miller
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to support programs bringing help to members, our community and the world, and to educate Good Shepherd members concerning justice and social welfare issues.  The Social Ministry committee meets as scheduled.  See the Good Shepherd calendar for upcoming meetings.  If you are interested in Social Ministry and want to learn more, contact either Committee Co-Chair Barb Hunt or Florence Miller.

Stewardship

Judy Beisser
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to assist and encourage members striving for whole life stewardship, and to plan and conduct the annual Pledge Drive to assist in budgeting for ministries, programs, property maintenance, and staff payroll.  The Stewardship Committee meets the second Monday of each month.  If you are interested in Stewardship and want to learn more, contact Committee Chair Judy Beisser.

Sustainability

Laura Twining
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to connect the actions of the Good Shepherd community to the stewardship of God's creation.  We promote sustainability in every aspect of church life, and advocate and demonstrate ideas and tehnologies that move our community to more sustainable living.  See the Good Shepherd calendar for upcoming meetings.  If you are interested in Sustainability and want to learn more, contact Committee Chair Laura Twining.

Worship, Music and The Arts

Anthony Suarez-Abraham
(708) 848-4741

Our mission is to provide a worship experience for people of all spiritual paths so they are equipped and inspired to practice their faith throughout the week.  We stress the experience of God's love and grace in community, joy and thankfulness, comfort and consolation, provocation and challenge.  The committee meets the second Thursday of each month.  If you are interested in Worship, Music and the Arts and want to learn more, contact Committee Chair Anthony Suarez-Abraham.

Located at

611 Randolph St.
Oak Park, IL 60302
(708) 848-4741

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Public Shepherd's Staff for the Web February 2010

Public Shepherd's Staff for the Web February 2010. Good Shepherd members should login to see the Members Only version of the Shepherd's Staff and other Member publications.

Monthly Themes to Spotlight Hallmarks of Good Shepherd's Ministry

Throughout the Anniversary Year, monthly themes will spotlight seven hallmarks of Good Shepherd's ministry.  Events and communications related to these themes will comprise our year long celebration.

January:  Diversity
March:  Social Ministry
May:  Sustainability
June:  Spiritual Development
August:  Community Involvement
September:  Vibrant Worship
October:  Lutheranism

Our Anniversary Theme: "Building on our Past to Grow our Future"

Our Anniversary theme, "Building on our Past to Grow our Future" is a reflection of Good Shepherd's remarkable history which inspires our ministry for years to come.  The theme is visually captured in the Anniversary logo (see left) which is anchored in the building blocks of our past and points to the life-filled ministry of our future, all centered around the infamous "folded hands" logo that has aptly represented Good Shepherd for many years.

CONTINUING SAGA OF THE SAFE

One of the "out of the box" ideas from the 75th Anniversary committee is an attempt to open and remove an old safe that hasn't been opened or moved in decades, since we lost the combination. We knew it would be hard to accomplish, but not this hard....

A group gathered to move the safe to a different location where it could be cracked open or taken apart. Ouf-dah! It must weigh a ton - literally 2000 pounds - as it could barely be budged from its spot. Most certainly it could NOT go into the elevator and could likely damage the stairs if we got it that far. Read more »

Title Post date File
Leader Application for Children & Youth Ministry Aug 29 2018
Parental Consent Form Aug 29 2018
Child Safety Policy Aug 29 2018
2018 Summer Congregation Retreat Brochure Apr 19 2018
Automatic Donation Form Oct 18 2016
Request Money from the Memorial Endowment Fund Jun 30 2015
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