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.
Devotion & Enrichment
YogaDevotion: Classes begin in the breath, centering ourselves in the Presence of God, setting aside all that distracts us from the relationship God intends for us. The devotional time at the beginning of class opens with Scripture that speaks to a practice of faith during the breath work. The body of the class is a combination of standing, balance and floor poses. Music and silence are used to intentionally listen for God’s voice. The classes close with restorative yoga, a practice of calm alertness that allows reflection and thanksgiving for God’s presence in our lives.
Book Club with Pastor Leesa: Please join Pastor Leesa the second Monday from January – May from 10:00-11:00am or 6:30-7:30pm to explore together some astonishing books that will lend themselves to exploration about God and our response to God’s call to love others with compassion.
- January 8 ~ “The Hiding Place” by Corrie ten Boom
- February 5 ~ “The Light Between Oceans” by M L Stedman
- March 5 ~ “A Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Backman
- April 16 ~ “These is My Words” by Nancy E Turner
- May 7 ~ “Small Great Things” by Jodi Picoult
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.