There are many opportunities for adults to gather together in a hospitable environment, share their gifts, and connect with other members of the Good Shepherd family. We realize that without having positive interactions with our peers, we experience life alone, which can feel gloomy. At Good Shepherd, we concentrate on bonding with one another, nurturing our positive perspectives of the world, and spreading God’s love to everyone. Read More >
"They were like family to one another."
- Acts 2:42
Several groups meet at Good Shepherd weekly, including The Faith Discussion group and Body & Soul men's basketball group which meet on Mondays. The Faith, Prayer and Joy Prayer Group; Bible Class and the Discovering the Bible groups which meet on Tuesdays. Each Wednesday online we spend a Half-hour with God growing together as well on our Facebook page.
Many opportunities exist every month for people to come together. Cooking With Care meets one Tuesday morning a month and cooks meals, freezes them, and distributes them to homeless shelters. Good Shepherd’s Over Fifty-Five (“OFF”) Club meets once a month, typically Wednesdays, allowing our older members the opportunity to socialize.
Committees and Teams
A great way to get involved at Good Shepherd is to join one of our committees or teams. Our Adult Activities committee plans Rally Day Luncheon in September, refreshments during the Christmas Choir Concert in December, and our Ash Wednesday Senior Luncheon. The Youth and Education Committee supports the adolescence and education programs that help with many events. Some include but are limited to the Trunk or Treat, LSSI Christmas gifts for Foster Children, and the Sunday School appreciation brunch in the spring. Trustees oversee the maintenance of the building and grounds. They are always looking for people who can help with projects. The gardeners do a fantastic job landscaping the property and always need extra hands planting, weeding, and watering.