This class, led by Pastor Bruce, is for those who want to join Good Shepherd, those who want to learn about Lutheran beliefs and practices, and those who want to refresh their knowledge of the Lutheran Catechism and church history.
Clas time is 6:30 p.m. Location is the Sanctuary Meeting Room (go right as you enter the main doors.)
Much thanks to those who worked so hard to improve and beautify the Early Learning Center’s playground and to spread the multiple cubic yards of mulch given us by Lowe’s. Thank you also to Lowe’s for the generous donation.
Join the Lunch Bunch as they enjoy lunch at Andrei’s Restaurant, 3950 Clubhouse Drive in Mims, on Thursday, May 25, at 11:30 p.m. the sign-up sheet is in the narthex. Call the Gulliksons for more information.
Join us after worship for breakfast by the Good Shepherd pond to commemorate Jesus’ feeding of his apostles after his resurrection. Meal includes fried fish, potatoes, grits, fruit, drinks, and baked goods.
Good Shepherd will hold a rummage sale (tentative date is Saturday, Sept. 16.) Please start bringing items to donate now; they will be stored until the sale. Clothing must be clean and in good condition; no furniture or extremely large items. Please be mindful of what is donatedl we want to raise funds and also bless our community.
The roof replacement and stucco work is complete. We still need help with funds for thid project. Will you prayerfully consider contributing to the project? The expense for both the roof anand stucco, jointly, has cost just under $65,000.
The newly-formed Men’s Group will be meeting Thursday nights at 6 p.m. in the Good Shepherd Library. The first meeting will be April 13th. Danny Wyatt is the group facilitator; call him for more information.
.Please bring wrapped Easter candy* and baked goods and desserts for the $Easter Breakfast and Egg Hunt on April 9th. The candy must be brought in by Palm Sunday (April 2nd) for egg-stuffing. Filled eggs must be brought in by April 8.
The baked goods may be left in Shepherd’s Hall before Sunrise Worship.
Applicants should be a minimum of 18 years of age, and able to pass a background check and a drug screening. Most importantly, applicants should have a love of children. There are part-time morning and afternoon slots as well as full-day work available.
We will train the right candidate and pay for the required certification from the Early Learning Coalition. Once the certification training is completed, there is a start-up bonus of $200 with raises and bonuses as each step of training is accomplished.
Our school has part-time and full-time childcare of children ages 2-5 years and after-school care of children in elementary school.
Please let your friends and family know that we are looking for staff. For more4 information, and how to apply, please call the Center at 321-264-1069 and ask for Heather or Irene.
Join us after worship Feb. 26 for a great competition, good fun, and yummy chili. This year’s Chill Cookoff will be judged by a team of judges and there will be a silent auction for goody-filled baskets. Admission is $5 for adults with children free. Money will go into the general fund.
to enter your chili, use the sign-up sheet in the Narthex. We also need judges.
There will be a silent auction at the Chili Cookoff for goody-filled baskets. To donation money to fill these baskets, please mark your check “Silent Auction Baskets” and place in the collection plate.
The Advent Lutheran Women’s Group is hosting a day retreat on Saturday, March 25, in the Knoedler Center (7550 Wickham Road in Melbourne, FL). There will be speakers, a Bible study, and a panel discussion on legal and financial topics important to women. Cost is $15 with a continental breakfast and lunch provided. Registration forms are available on the Narthex bulletin board.
Do you make the best chili ever? If so, bring it to church Feb. 26 and compete against other chili cooks for the title “2023 Best Chili of Good Shepherd.” Sign-up sheet for competitors is in the Narthex.
Everyone else: come join us for a great competition, good fun, and yummy chili. Money raised from voting for the best chili will go towards two new and much-needed computers.
Good Shepherd’s float in the Titusville Christmas Parade was a huge hit. Our Choir was the only one with microphones! All involved had a great time although the candy ran out at the one-third mark of the route. Thank you to all who worked on the float and golf carts, those who walked the route, our choir and Ricky Hall, and those who donated the candy and who prayed for our safety and success.
Please order by Saturday, December 17(order forms in the narthex.) Current price is $10/plant. For each plant purchased, you may add a memorial, thanksgiving, or honoring mention that will be publishedin the Christmas announcements.
Pointsettias may be taken home after the New Year’s Eve worship service.
Worship is Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. The morning worship is followed by a soup and dessert lunch. Sign up for food for this lunch on the board in Shepherd’s Hall by the entrance.
Volunteers accompanying the float need to be at the Titusville High School staging area by 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10. Parking is at Sand Point Park; there is no parking at the high school. To carpool, be at the church before 4:30 p.m.