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Tuesdays - Friendship Circle 11 a.m.
Tuesdays- Pastor's Study-2pm (as announced)
Wednesdays - Choir 2:30 p.m.
Fridays-Children/Youth & Families 6:30pm
Good Shepherd Discipleship Resources
Discipleship is lived out in many ways here at Good Shepherd. We invite you to check out one or all of our offerings. You are welcome here.
Once you have decided that you like what you see, we encourage you to take the next step and become a member. Being a member won't get you a fancy pin (but you will get a certificate!) or a shiny magazine (although we like to think our newsletter is pretty snazzy). You don't have to be perfect to become a member, or know a lot about the Bible or God or Jesus. You don't have to be able to read and understand systematic theology or even read at all. You don't have to be in shape or of a certain age, gender, race, ethnicity, education level or socio-economic status. You don't have to agree with everything the Methodists believe, or be free of doubts about your faith.
Being a member means that you recognize that God is speaking in your life and that you are making a commitment to journey with the people at Good Shepherd into a closer relationship with them as we all journey towards a closer relationship with God. If you are ready to take that next step, we congratulate you! There are several ways to become a member, but they all start with talking to the Pastor. So feel free to contact the Pastor using this form.
Bible Study happens on Tuesdays at 2pm. All of our studies are 4-10 weeks in length, so there are plenty of opportunities to join us. Past topics have included the hymnal, the Book of Acts, Prayer, Women in the Bible, and seasonal studies on Advent and Lent topics. Future requests of topics include the Apocrypha and another video-based study. If you have something you would like to study, please see the pastor. Sign up for Bible Study at church or by using the form below. All are welcome to attend! No experience necessary.
Our free after-school program operates Weekdays, Monday-Thursday, from 2:45-5:30 p.m. in the Mission House (1000 W. 38th Street). We serve students in grades 1-8. Our student to staff ratio is generally 9:1 or less. Homework help, tutoring, art projects, culture education, sports, games, a reading program, music, and more are regular features of the program. We primarily serve students from Hampden Elementary/Middle and St. Thomas Aquinas School, although students from other schools are welcome. We pick up the students from our primary service area. Registration Required. Please contact Pastor Randy Keith, Director of Ministries to Children and Youth, or click here for more information.