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The April 2021 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....

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Listen to Rick Thomas as he describes some of the community outreach plans for 2021. Good Shepherd is blessed to have such a giving congregation that is always willing to volunteer at our community events. Thank you to all of those who are so willing to...

The March 2021 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. ...

The February 2021 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....

Delay of Game! First, it was the pandemic. Now, today’s snowstorm is limiting who can safely bring their soup for the Souper Bowl. So, we will have the “Soup Cart” out again next Thursday, February 11 for Souper Bowl Thursday II. Bring your soup during the regular Food Pantry...

The 2020 Annual Report of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is now available to read online. Print copies will also be available on a limited basis if needed. ...

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Sherri Swartz: I don't feel like writing a devotion. I'm not sure I even want to rejoice. I know I don't want to pretend I'm rejoicing. And I certainly don't want to add another "should" to my life and...

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Eva Perez: In this world without live theatre, Verona Area Community Theatre offered an opportunity for a virtual play. So, naturally, I auditioned. I wasn’t expecting to get anything out of it. I expected a dumb little thing to...

Each Sunday we share, in place of our story, a portion of the 40th chapter of Isaiah. The people of Israel knew something about collective weariness. In this chapter Isaiah speaks to them tenderly, hopefully, and expectantly. There are some prompts to help you read this...

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Brittany Ballweg: Weariness has taken on new meaning during this time as Brittany and Kyle Ballweg, GS members, watch Kyle’s cousin’s family experience something we hope no one ever has to. Kelsey, who is also a co-worker in...

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Robin Kerl: I would like to start out my devotional with this Bible verse from 2nd Corinthians 4:8-12. It reads “we are hard pressed on every side but not crushed, perplexed but not in despair, persecuted, but not abandoned, stuck down, but...

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Kristi Jones: The pandemic has brought weariness. Weariness of methodically planning grocery store trips, of being on Zoom all day, of hearing the news, of worrying about this scary virus with many unknowns. It seems like all of us are pandemic-weary.  Amidst...

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Max Seeland: During the past year has anxiety been an emotion anyone has experienced? Does going back to a normal everyday routine sound good? I would venture a guess it would be agreeable to most of us.  But what if the...