Good Shepherd is a Christian family committed
to responding to our Lord's love and command to
"make disciples of all nations" by sharing the
Good News of Christ through our words and actions.


Sunday Morning Worship: 8:00 a.m. & 10:46 a.m.  Get Directions


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Prayer Requests:


Happy Bettenhausen

Georgianna Kuhlman

Jane Kuse

Lois Mather

Carol Maurer

Judy Moberg

Bill Moser

Phil Moenck

Mary Sidler

Anita Werner

Gerald Stewart

NOTES: Please remember our shut-in members during this time. It means so much to them to know that we are thinking of them when we cannot be with them. Cards, letters, and gifts are appropriate to send during this time.


Bob Winter

Martin Schultz



Lieutenant Mark Aiello - U.S. Navy Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, Washington. Son of Tony & Linda Aiello. Husband of Marrem Aiello.

Jake Corollo - National Guard Son of John Carollo and Lynn Carollo

Sean DeBruzzi - Army National Guard Test pilot, son of the DeBruzzi’s has returned home after being deployed to Iraq as a helicopter pilot.

Master Sgt. Matthew Neeley - Air Force McGuire AFB, NJ, Rick & Barb Reynolds’ niece’s daughter’s husband.

PFC James Raschke - Army John & Tracy Hiller’s nephew.

Captain Jason Willis - Texas Army National Guard Grace Kotowitz’ nephew. 

2nd Lieutenant Chris Zolner - Army National Guard Sharon & Bob Zolner’s son. Husband of Calla Zolner and father of Zachary Zolner.

Dominic Bruinius - Navy Seal basic training, Great Lakes, IL, Donna Chaffee’s grandson

Ryan M. Janca - U.S. Navy Frank and Linda Janca’s grandson serving in Bahrain on the border patrol.



News & Announcements

2021 SERMON/WORSHIP SERIES: ROUTE 66 : This series is an epic, one-year road trip through the Bible. Route 66 was originally a highway that became one of the most famous roads in the United States. It ran from Chicago to Santa Monica, California from 1926 until 1985. For many years it served as the primary route for those who were migrating west looking for a better life. In a similar way, our journey through the 66 books of the Bible is the route to a better life. More than that, to life itself because it leads us to Jesus Christ. 48 of the most important stops on the way through the Bible have already been mapped out. We won’t have much time to spend in any one place. We have places to go and people to meet.

SUNDAY MORNING ADULT BIBLE STUDY: begins a NEW 4-week course on Jesus’ powerful “Sermon on the Plain” from Luke 6. It is both challenging and comforting. Find power and encouragement, especially when the cross of discipleship grows heavy and is full of splinters. Bible Study meets in the fellowship hall from 9:30-10:30.

SUNDAY SCHOOL: Hebrews 6:19 We have this hope...JESUS. This Sunday we learn that God is rich in mercy!! We study Jonah, the reluctant Prophet, sent to the wicked city of Nineveh. The account of Jonah emphasizes the love of God for all people. In the text we see how God rescued the sailors from the storm, Jonah from the sea and the fish, and the people of Nineveh from destruction. The narrative shows the power of God's Word to produce repentance, as well as His extravagant grace. He is the one true God. Our Bible memory verse for next week: For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 6:23 Home discussion point: Whom did Jesus come to rescue? Check out 1 Timothy 2:4 and Isaiah 45:22. Home activity: Write a prayer asking God to help you share His love and forgiveness.

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What To Expect When You Return To Church:

  • Greeters will open doors for everyone so no one need touch any handles
  • Ushers will seat everyone as you enter church
  • People will be seated separated by households
  • Bulletins will be handed out as you leave (rather than at the beginning)
  • Extra cleaning/disinfecting before and after worship
  • Offerings will be collected in a basket at the door rather than offering plates passed during worship
  • No welcome folders handed out
  • All hymnals and Bible have been removed from the pews
  • Worship outline and hymns will be on the screen (as usual)
  • Worship will be live streamed and recorded for those at home
  • The procedure for Holy Communion has been changed to eliminate personal contact.
  • After worship, people will be ushered out one household at a time
  • No greeting before or after worship
  • BYOB... (We are referring to bibles, of course!)

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