WORSHIP SERVICES

Led by The Rev. Edwina E. Landry

Fall-Spring Schedule:
Sundays (Sunday after Labor Day – June)
8:00 a.m. Spoken Communion Service

10:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service with Choir
11:30 a.m. Fellowship
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TODAY'S NEWS

WELCA Event – Saturday, May 18th – 2:00 pm -  Mark your calendars!  Open to the Public!

Rev. Sandra R. Mackie - Lifetime Peacemaker Award recipient from the Interfaith Center for Peace and Justice in Gettysburg, PA will be presenting A Call to Peace: Breaking Down Barriers to Peace Through Understanding.  Her presentation will include a summary of her travels abroad, particularly meeting God’s people in Iran.

Book Club – May 21st at 7 pm.  Please join this fun group for discussion and refreshments.  The book for May is “The first Eagle: by Tony Tillerman.

Fair Trade – Please check out our new display in the Fellowship Hall next to the bookcase. Items can be purchased from the cart.

Nickel Social Raffle – June 8th –Buy tickets to win a variety of treasures. Items for the raffle may be brought to the garage at the church. The back left-hand corner has been designated to store these items. Please arrange them neatly and do not block the front area of the garage. Senior Shepherds will also be selling meatball sandwiches for lunch.

Bake Sale – June 8th in conjunction with the Nickel Social Raffle.  If you can volunteer to bake or help, please contact Marjorie Raymond.

Transportation Ministry - We have started a new Transportation Ministry here at Good Shepherd for people who need rides to and from our worship services. If you are interested in helping in this ministry, please contact Mark Kaercher.

May/June Cluster Collections - Throughout May & June the Lutheran Cluster congregations will gather items for Things of My Very Own (TOMVO), a non-profit organization, located in Schenectady that provides crisis intervention services to children who have been impacted by extensive abuse and/or neglect.  They also provide services to children at-risk of a Child Protective Services intervention where families don't have items necessary for sustainability.

Urgent Needs: Twin Sized Sheets & Blankets, Blankets (All Sizes), and towels.
*** Clothing and Bedding in New or Gently Used Condition Please.

Always Needed: Seasonal Appropriate Clothing, Pajamas, Diapers and Wipes, Hygiene Products, Shampoo, Body Wash, etc., Toilet Paper, Baby Formula, Household Cleaning Products

Administrative Needs: Postage Stamps, Gas Cards, Copy/Printer Paper, HP 950 and 951 Officejet Ink Cartridges

Qi Gong Classes – Every Saturday in May - 9:30 am to 11:00 am.  Registration is required for the classes and you can call or text Maria at (518) 629-5800.  Email CoreFourHC@gmail.com.  Website is CoreFourHealthcoaching.com or MariaPatrickHealthCoach.com. Classes are $10 per session.

Hoffman Car Wash Helping Hands FundraiserProceeds will now go to the Hillenbrandt Scholarship Fund. Tickets available from Chris Kleinhenz at 518-441-8719 or online at http://www.hoffmanhelpinghands.com/fundraiser.cfm?id=375

Exterior $10 – Interior $25. They make great gifts!

 

 

GROW & LEARN

(Sunday after Labor Day - June)
9:15 a.m. Adult Discussion & Bible Studies
9:15 a.m. Christian Education For All Ages & Generations
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