June 2019

Board of Directors Agenda June 17, 2019 (6:30 p.m.) Verona Campus – Room 6 ☐ Gerry Born (President) ☐ Andrew Seaborg (VP) ☐ Wade Huseth (Treas.) ☐ Sara McCormack (Sec.) ☐ Pr. Chris Enstad (Staff) ☐ Kimberly King ☐ Tom Golden ☐ Ellen Franzone ☐ Stephanie Barth ☐...

A Visible Reminder A columbarium houses urns of cremated ashes. As cremations become more common, Good Shepherd Church built a columbarium at our Verona campus in 2014 to provide a peaceful final resting place for members and friends of the church. Many members have already purchased...

“O Lord our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!” Today we celebrate the name of God: holy blessed Trinity. There is no other day quite like this one in the church’s year. There is no other god like ours. Praise Father,...

From the basement of a parsonage, onward From 1956 on, Good Shepherd has focused on unifying the community. In Good Shepherd's first sermon ever, Pastor J. Clemmons Peterson celebrated the “glorious tomorrow” that the establishment of the church would bring to a community with a bright...

God guides us Sunday was the day of Pentecost. The Christian church recognizes this day, 50 days after Easter, as the “birthday” of the church. Acts 2 begins with the story of the mighty, rushing wind that created unity amongst those gathered together even in the...

Thanks to a grant from the Good Shepherd Foundation, this summer we are excited to welcome a new intern to our staff team! Peyton David, a Journalism student from UW-Madison will be serving as a member of the Media & Communications team and assisting with...

There can be oneness in variety We listen to a lot of kid’s music at my house – Raffi is a favorite.  If you aren’t familiar with Raffi, he has recorded tons of children’s music that has stood the test of time – I listened to...

Where? It’s at the BYFY Community Rummage Sale! On the surface it looks like nothing more than a church rummage sale, another youth fundraiser. But lurking beneath the clothes, housewares, holiday items, toys, books, and who knows what else, lies the real treasure of the BYFY...