This Week at Good Shepherd
Register for Sunday School
Sunday School begins on September 10. Registration is now open for ages 2 to 5th grade.
Camden Promise Hot Dog Dinner
It’s your last chance this summer to serve a hot dog dinner to our friends in Camden. Come on August 23, 5:30 p.m., Start serving at 6:00 p.m. Contact Karen Walhof.
Sign up for a Family-to-Family Class (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Cathy Mooney, a member of Good Shepherd, will be facilitating a 12-week Family-to-Family class sponsored by NAMI this September-November. This free class provides education and support for family members of persons who live with mental illness. The class starts on September 7. Learn more, including how to register.
Sign up for the Golf Tournament and Putt-Putt Event
The Second Annual Good Shepherd Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, August 27, 1:00 p.m. On the day before, August 26, at Good Shepherd, there will be a Putt-Putt Event. All proceeds benefit 66 West. The deadline to sign up is this Sunday, August 20. Learn more!
Putt-Putt Course Designers Needed
We need builders - 18 individuals, teams, families, friends - willing to use your own creative energies and supplies to design and build a putt-putt hole for the event August 26. Look around your house for any objects that you can use as part of the layout for your hole. Scout around Good Shepherd and see what items you might be able to use to enhance your design. Have fun!
Sign up for Families Moving Forward
Good Shepherd will be hosting Families Moving Forward September 17-24. You may sign up online or in the narthex.
Summer Food Drive
During the summer, children who do not have access to school breakfasts or lunches can go hungry. We’re collecting food every week throughout the summer! Please focus your food offerings on breakfast and lunch items.
Summer Classical Comedy
The Good Shepherd Player’s Annual Summer Classical Comedy is fast approaching. Performances are September 7, 8 and 9 at 7:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. We’re doing three one-act comedies: “He Said, She Said,” “St. Valentine’s Day” and “The Vicar of Nibbleswicke.” Please join us!
Wednesday U: September 13-27
Parenting Conversations on The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood and Family Relationships in the Digital Age, by Steiner-Adair, Barker*
Wednesday U will kick off on the 13th of September with a three week series about parenting in the age of mass media and digital living. Wednesday the 13th will be an introduction to the book that we will be using to guide our conversation, and on the 20th and the 27th we will be sharing in conversation around selected chapters from the book.
Join us as we engage in this serious conversation about navigating relationships and daily life, as faithfully as possible, in this digital age.