Come celebrate the Birth of Jesus in Shepherd’s Hall on Friday, December 1st, with Heidi Leigh. Performance is at 6:30 p.m. Heidi will be joined by Jelena Alonso, Tom Lau, Jelena Schumacker with narration by Mike Corey.
Bring a dish (dessert is a sheet cake to celebrate July birthdays) and join us for fellowship and prayer in Shepherd’s Hall. This the first of the monthly potlucks sponsored by the Men’s and Women’s Thursday Bible studies.
Join us for great music and fellowship in Shepherd’s Hall Friday, June 16, at 6:30 p.m.
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.
You are invited to attend the First Responders’ Luncheon on Saturday, March 4, from noon to 3 p.m. in Shepherd’s Hall. Some local dignitaries will attend as well as Police, Fire, and EMT workers.
In order to obtain affordable insurance for Shepherd’s Hall, the roof needs replacement and the stucco repaired. We have a roofer and a permit; we have a stucco repair contr5actor ready to go.
Now, all we need are the funds to complete the replacement and repair.
Will you prayerfully consider contributing to this project? The contract for replacing the roof is $61,500 and the stucco repair is $1,650. With your help, we can complete this work ASAP.
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.
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.
Join us in Shepherd’s Hall December 3 at 6:30 p.m. to enjoy Heidi Schumacher with Jelena Alonso, Jelena Schumacher, and Julie Schumacher as they bring in the Christmas season with Christmas and holiday favorites. Concert Flyer
The new refrigerator for Shepherd’s Hall has been installed!
Now, we need to pay for it. As of Sunday, $1,190 had been given with $4,060 remaining. Please prayerfully consider this effort.
Now that the Hall’s A/C is installed and working, it’s time to check a new item off the list: replacing the broken commercial refrigerator in the kitchen.
Just like the old one except it works
Refrigerator, reach-in, two-section, (2) stainless steel doors, (6) PVC coated adjustable wire shelves, interior lighting, stainless steel front, aluminum sides, aluminum interior with stainless steel floor, 4″ castors, R290 Hydrocarbon refrigerant, 1/2 HP, 115v/60/1-ph, 5.4 amps, NEMA 5-15P, cULus, UL EPH Classified, Made in USA, ENERGY STAR®
We need $ 5,250 to buy this True General Food Service Model T-49-HC. Please prayerfully consider this need.
HOORAY! WE DID IT!
We have raised $24,550 to replace the A/C unit in Shepherd’s Hall! Thank you all who contributed and prayed about this.
HOORAY! We added more funds to replace one of the two A/C units in Shepherd’s Hall. Current total is $14,525.00! Only $7,475 to go. Prayerfully consider giving to this effort.
We now have $13,135.00 toward the goal of $22,000 to replace one of the two AC units for Shepherd’s Hall. Only $8,865 and we will have cold air everywhere in the building!
We now have $13,020.00 toward the goal of $22,000 to replace one of the two AC units for Shepherd’s Hall. Only $8,980 and we will have cold air everywhere in the building!
On May 25 at 6:30 p.m., the VPK students will graduate from the Early Learning Center. All are welcome to come and celebrate their achievements and to enjoy the Center’s End of Year Program
We’re now at $12,900–over halfway to our goal of $22,000 to replace one of the two AC units in Shepherd’s Hall. With summer almost here (and high temperatures already here, replacing this unit before we overwhelm the working unit is a must.
Please prayerfully consider donating to this necessary expenditure.
We’ve passed the halfway point on this fundraiser. We have $12,840 of the $22,000 needed to replace one of the two A/C units in the building.
Please prayerfully consider giving to this effort. One A/C unit cannot keep the Hall cool in our hot summer weather and, with prices on everything rising, the sooner we can replace the bad unit, the better stewards we will be.
The Board of Directors has recommended raising funds to expand and fence our Memorial Garden. We have many loved ones in there already and would like to continue to keep this open for our future loved ones. The cost to have the fence built is $3,700.
They also recommended raising funds to replace one of the A/C units in Shepherd’s Hall. The cooler weather now is not too much of a strain on the other unit, but summer is coming. The cost of a new A/C unit is $22,000
Please keep these fundraisers inyour prayers as you make your regular contributions to Good Shepherd. If you decide to give, please mark your envelope for the fund to which you wish your donation to go.
We have two big goals. With God’s help and guidance, we will be successful in raising the funds needed. Thank You
Weekly updates will be posted in the bulletin and website.
If anyone who would like to get together with others in Shepherd’s Hall during the week for a class, a workshop, a coffee club, or anything else, please call or email Shirley Kaiser (contact info in church directory or from the office.)
Mathews-Fallman (Central FL) Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society Hibiscus Show and Sale.
We will be there at 7am to open the building up. We will begin selling plants as soon as we are set up. This could be as early as 8 am, but as late as 9 am. We ask that you do not rush us in setting up. Judging of any blooms brought for showing will start at 9am and go until 11:30 am or until the last exhibitor states they are finished, whichever comes first. The head table will be set by 12:30 pm at the latest. You will be able to look at blooms that are not gold prior to head table completion, Gold blooms do have to be rejudged, so no one will be allowed in that section until judging is completed.
Sunday, February 27 in Shepherd’s Hall after worship. A sign-up sheet for the contestants/cooks is on the bulletin board in the Narthex. LutherBucks will be sold for $1 for the voting; money will be used for prizes to the winning chili-makers and to build the church’s general fund.
See the flyer for more info or call the church office.
Please join us for our 1st annual “Lowell Phelps Christmas movie night”! This is a free event and we will have “luncheon” sandwiches, hot cocoa, and cookies.
This year’s movie is “Angels Sing” staring Harry Connick Jr., Connie Britton, and Willie Nelson as well as other big stars. This is a wonderful movie for the Christmas season. No need to RSVP, just show
up and enjoy a night out with great fellowship, food and a super movie.
Please join us for this free concert in Shepherd’s Hall. Sounds of the Season featuring Ari Poweska , Jelena Alonso and our own Jelena Schumacher and Heidi Schumacher aka Heidi Leigh. Come and enjoy these beautiful voices and see the Hall beautifully decorated! This will surely put you in the holiday mood! Dec. 4th 6pm Shepherd’s Hall… See you there!