At Good Shepherd we believe that getting to know each other and having fun together helps build a deep sense of community.
If you have ideas for bringing adults together for life-long learning or social events, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
At Good Shepherd, we think developing faith is a life-long journey. Therefore, we offer Bible Studies and other Educational Experiences throughout the week for children, youth and adults. These educational opportunities are designed to challenge, stretch and deepen faith, as it is lived out in our homes, workplaces and world.
Blessed to Follow: The Beatitudes as a Compass for Discipleship
Tuesday Mornings, 10:00-11:00
September 13-November 22
Join Pastor Leesa in person or via Zoom for a nine-week series on discovering God’s call through blessing. God’s blessings can be found throughout scripture and life with eyes to see. We will be using Martha Stortz’s book as a resource, along with scripture itself.
Tuesday Evenings, 6:30-7:30
September 13, 20, 27, October 18, 25
The Social Ministry Team invites you to join us in discussing Eugene Cho’s book “Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk; A Christian’s Guide to Engaging Politics”. We will meet in person and on zoom. Please purchase the book in advance.
“In our extremely polarized political climate, “Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk” equips us to engage with politics while staying rooted in Christlike discipleship. Drawing on biblical and historical examples, Pastor Eugene Cho explores how to find points of agreement and work for the common good, the difference between being passionate and being mean spirited, why politics are an expression of our relationship with Christ, and ways to listen to each other, especially the vulnerable.”
It is our goal to create opportunities for Adults of all ages to learn and grow in their faith through learning opportunities and social events.