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The life of faith has always been about relationships. God's relationship with us—God's promise that we’re valued and loved just as we are—is lived out in our relationships with others. We connect with friends and neighbors, with the needs of our community, with the concerns of the world.

 

We think of ourselves as a community of believers, questioners and questioning believers. Whether you're new to Good Shepherd, a member or a regular, please join us for worship or any of our service, learning and fellowship activities. Help us build a #biggerTable.

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    Simple Soup Supper

     

    Wednesdays, Feb. 21 - March 20

    6 PM

    Fellowship hall (lower level)

    Lenten worship follows: 7 PM in the worship space


    Join us for conversation over a simple soup supper during lent.


    With emphasis on simple and social, the meals are soup and bread/crackers, including kid-friendly peanut butter and jelly. Store-bought soup is just fine!


    Interested in helping? There are options to help with set-up, clean-up or bring soup.


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  • Men and women conversing and laughing around a large table

    20s/30s Brunch

     

    Typically the 1st Sunday of the month

    At a local restaurant


    Join us for brunch with other young adults in the congregation. And friends welcome for food, faith and fun!


    RSVP or questions: Contact Meg Loftus


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