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May 23 2021 - 9:00am

Time Away to Rest and Pray

We've done so much in this past year! As parents we've had to put on our hats of educator, therapist, cheerleader, and probably playmate much more often than during "regular time." As a church, we've had to rethink the way we do every ministry at a time when we were looking for things to get back to "normal" with the return to our building post-fire. Add to that the stress of political upheaval, racial injustice, and coping with an ever-changing pandemic, and I'm guessing we're all pretty tired. Read more »

Christian Ed Calendar

 Here is the link for the new Christian Education calendar.  (New and under maintenance, please be patient)

Crop Walk 2021

Around the world hunger has grown as a problem while we fight the corona virus. Our own Food Pantry has lines going for blocks. You can make a difference in several ways. First, go to the Good Shepherd team page. You can make a donation and become a team member. Then share the team page with everyone on your social media page. Help alleviate hunger today.

Jazz Prayer: Arise!

Jazz Prayer: Arise! Friday, April 16, 7:30pm

Spring has finally arrived after a very long and very gloomy winter. Months of isolation and cold are suddenly transformed into brightness and warmth. Green trees and grass beckon us outdoors, where we are able to see our neighbors from afar. In so many ways, we see life returning to the earth. Something new is rising up from the places that seemed dead and barren. It has been a long, long winter. Time to focus on the new -- Arise! 

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Advent - Those Who Dream Dec 4 2020
Building Usage Guidelines During Pandemic Sep 24 2020
Restoration Plan and Guidelines for COVID-19 Sep 24 2020
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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