This Week at Good Shepherd
In our reading from the Gospel of Mark for this coming Sunday (10:17-31) Jesus is asked the question, “Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus responds by talking about “treasure in heaven.”
Join us in worship at 8:15 or 10:30 as we learn more about the things that can stand in the way of our generosity and faith.
Join us Sunday mornings between services at 9:30. This Sunday’s we continue a study of the Fulton Catechism.
Sign Up for Property Clean-up Day
Please come join members and friends of the Property Committee on Saturday morning, October 27, from 8 a.m. to noon, as we work on the annual fall cleanup of the church property. Learn more.
The Chapel will be available on Sunday mornings, from 9:30-10:15 and on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-6;45 for those who desire a quiet time for prayer and meditation.
Good Shepherd youth will join over 350 students and leaders from around the metro area next weekend at Camp Castaway.
Fundraisers for Boy Scout Troop
Good Shepherd sponsors Boy Scout Troop 6. The Boy Scouts have two fundraisers this month.
They will be taking orders for Christmas wreaths at Good Shepherd this Sunday, October 21. There are a variety of styles to choose from.
For more information, please contact Jeff Passey.
To help Camden Promise families, we will be collecting new and gently used winter coats, boots, gloves and scarves for all ages. Bring them to the narthex.
Midrash on France
On Wednesday mornings at 7:00, the Midrash on France group meets. They wrestle with the Bible, with books, with topics of the day, in an attempt to better understand faith and maybe even more importantly, understand how to bring faith into this day and our lives. All are invited. Learn more.
Stewardship: 2019 Pledges
October is stewardship month, as we begin the process of faithful financial planning for the coming year. Our theme for worship for the month is, “Where Your Money and Heart Are (Stewardship & Generosity).”
Wednesday Night Activities, October 17
The Good Shepherd Choir will meet at 7:00 p.m. No other activities will meet the evening of October 17. All activities, including pizza, will resume on Wednesday, October 24.
Qigong & Self Defense Classes
Saturdays, 8:15 am-9:00 am
September 29–October 20
Saturdays, 8:15 am-9:00 am
October 27–November 17
Please contact Jeff Larson with questions or to register.
Sign Up to Help with Halloween on Ewing
Join in the fun on October 31, 5:30-7:30 p.m., as we share Halloween treats with our neighbor children. Contact Karen Walhof if you want to be an angel and help! Halos provided.
On October 19, 9:30 a.m., discuss Daughter of the Reformation by Mary Helene Rasmussen Jackson, an historical perspective of the life and times of Catherina von Bora, the wife of Martin Luther.
Want to help in the food shelf or clothes closet at Camden Promise? Come on Saturday, October 20, 12:15 p.m. Contact Karen Walhof.
Holy Yoga: Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m.
This class is for all levels. If you have never done yoga before - no worries! All you need is an open heart and a mat.
Your Love Brought to Life
Thank you to Altar Guild members, who prepare the table around which we gather: Shirley Brandt, Louise Campbell, Cathy Davenport, Joyce Dubke, Glynda Gustafson, Marillyn Hanson, Lynn Hjelmeland, Shelley Horstman, Mary Ireland, Susan Johnson, Elaine Matyi, Lois Munson, Marian Nichols, Ginny Pearson, Donna Perlbachs, D’Ann Ranheim, Carol Sweiven, Carla Sykora, Barb Thomson, Karen Walhof.