Author: Communications Team

Distant but still connected Get to know one of Good Shepherd's pastors a little better in this interview with Pr. Sheryl Erickson! She shares her story about coming to Good Shepherd and even a few fun facts about herself....

Get the latest edition of The Messenger The July 2020 issue of Good Shepherd's monthly newsletter "The Messenger" is now available to read online. Print copies have also been mailed out and should be arriving soon. Have a question or an idea for a future issue? Send...

In Memoriam Today we share the sad news that a former Lead Pastor of Good Shepherd, Pastor Dave Swenson, has died of cardiac arrest.  Pastor Dave had been at his lake home in Minnesota and celebrated Father’s Day weekend with his family. He was 72. Pastor Dave...

Music Mondays: "Amazing Grace" A reminder of God’s grace that spans the centuries is singing. The church hymnal is a distillation of our collective Christian heritage. This week, we focus on one of the most beloved and well-known hymns: “Amazing Grace.” By taking a musical journey...

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A new weekly discussion starting later this month. A 4 week course on “Difficult Conversations: Walking alongside all God’s children” will be offered on Tuesdays via Zoom beginning June 30 through July 21 from 7:00-8:30pm. Join in the conversation on line from wherever you are and learn...

What is racial equity?  Why is it important?  As people of Christian faith, why does this matter? This past February, Good Shepherd Church welcomed Percy Brown, Jr., the Director of Equity and Student Achievement for the Middleton Cross Plains Area School District. In 2016, Madison365 recognized...

Ask and it shall be given you. WOW, did Good Shepherd members ever make this come true! Last week the GS Food Pantry announced we were ready to take donations again, and the results were amazing! This past Thursday, 35 cars came to the Madison campus...

This Mission Moment is shared by Good Shepherd member Sara Ritter:  I had an interesting encounter yesterday while grocery shopping, and it’s been in my head ever since and so I need to share it. I tried twice to tell this story verbally and both times...

Get the latest edition of The Messenger The June 2020 issue of Good Shepherd's monthly newsletter "The Messenger" is now available to read online. Print copies have also been mailed out and should be arriving soon. Have a question or an idea for a future issue? Send...

You’re Invited to attend this Virtual meeting Sunday, June 28 at noon on YouTube Due to the pandemic, the congregation will not be able to come together in person to approve a 12-month budget for the foreseeable future. This meeting will explain how the Board plans...

A New Phase for the Food Pantry Begins The Good Shepherd Food Pantry has continued operations over the last two months as a drive-up pantry. We have continued to receive food from Second Harvest and Community Action Coalition, and have used your donations to purchase additional...

We all want to serve, to help, to be of use to others in this time.  The “rules of engagement” have changed but our desire to live out the teachings of Jesus are still alive.  As other institutions, clubs, and initiatives take root and find their way...

A New Old-Fashioned Way to Connect on Sundays Thanks to new technology, we are going to try a new way to connect as a congregation following online worship services. A link will be shared over e-mail that will allow all Good Shepherd member to visit a...