Get Connected!

Get Connected at Good Shepherd!

 

New to Good Shepherd and looking to connect with other people?

Been here a long time but ready for new ways to get to know people, develop meaningful community, or grow in your faith?

We've got lots of opportunities for you!

 

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Hang Out, Enjoy Food, Drink, and Great Company! 

These ministries give you a chance to connect, talk, and get to know others in low-pressure, fun environments! And to enjoy good food, of course!

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Sunday Coffee Hour

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Join us after the 7:45am and 9:45am services for a cup of coffee and snacks in the parish hall. This is a great chance to chat with and get to know others!

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hungry Flock

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Monthly dinner fellowship groups that meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month in members' homes or at the church. Members take turns hosting. Contact Deb Roden for more information and to sign up!  

 

 


X Marks the Spot

X.png?itok=TYvhRMK3Looking for something a little informal? Then hanging out over happy hour with X Marks the Spot might be for you! Created with Gen X-ers and those in their 30s and 40s in mind (though a variety of ages attend and enjoy this group), this monthly get-together meets over happy hour at various restaurants at 5:34pm on the first Friday of the month. Contact Becky Beall-Moore to sign up and to learn the story behind the unique start time!
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Go Deep in Your Faith and Get to Know Others!

 
These ministries are aimed at helping you grow in your faith while you build meaningful relationships here at Good Shepherd
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Episcopal 101

Episcopal Church Shield

Monday nights at 7pm from November 10 - Dec. 15, Fr. Craig MacColl will lead a program for adults who are interested in learning more about the Episcopal Church. Click here for more info on this entertaining and informative program!




Sunday Morning Faith Formation For All Ages

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Come grow in your faith and get to know others in one of our dynamic Sunday morning classes for all ages! For info, visit our Children's MinistriesAdult Education, and Grow Together in Faith pages. Sunday school classes for youth will be coming soon as well. Contact Alwen Bledsoe for more info. 

 Small Groups

ID-10045489.jpg?itok=dzmdTPgdLooking for a way to build relationships and grow in your faith at the same time? Then one of our small group ministries might be just right for you!

 
Click here for the men's group page. Click here for info on our many women's groups and book clubs. Contact the church office for info on other small groups opportunities for both men and women, including book groups, service groups, and Bible studies.  

Family Ministries

1170815_1426427677582793_1450988108_n_0.jpg?itok=edg1MPNrOur Family Ministry program provides fun outings, family outreach opportuities, fellowship and community-building, parenting support, classes, and resources for families with children 0-18 years old. Visit our Family Ministry Page to see all of what we offer!

 

 

Youth Group

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Our Youth Ministries program gives teens in 6th-12th grade a place to belong, to have fun, and to grow in their faith! Click here for the Youth Ministries page!

 

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Really Dive In!

Ready to take the plunge and commit to long-term, in-depth classes or programs that will help you learn more and grow in your faith? Then these opportunities might be for you.

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 Education for Ministry

bible%20study%20by%20%20Janaka%20Dharmasena.jpg?itok=NmqUv2anThis in-depth 4-year course covers Scripture, church history, liturgy and theology. Contact Lisa Houston for more information and to sign up.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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