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  • Do Something. But you can’t do everything.

    Last week a group of concerned Good Shepherd folks met to discuss ways that we might organize our energy around issues that are concerning to us as  individuals and as a congregation. We began by discussing a blog post from Mikki Halpin, a grassroots activist from southern California. In her Read More

  • Baskets of Promise

    This Lent, Good Shepherd is joining Lutheran World Relief’s Baskets of Promise campaign to reach out to families in need around the world with LWR Personal Care Kits. Personal Care Kits give people around the world tools to stay healthy in life’s most challenging situations. Each kit contains simple items, Read More

  • March Into Reading with Eric Ode

    Join us on Saturday, March 4, from 10:00 – noon in the Gathering Place for a free fun family event sponsored by Good Shepherd, Usborne Books & More, and South Sound Reading Foundation This reading event features Eric Ode, musician and author of several children’s books including Too Many Tomatoes, Read More

  • Reimagining Exodus with Rabbi David Zaslow

    Join us Sunday, March 19 at 2:00 p.m. to hear Rabbi David Zaslow speak about his newest book, Reimagining Exodus: A Freedom Story, which has just been released by Paraclete Press. The book attempts to bridge the gap between Judaism and Christianity without diluting the unique features and spiritual   practices of Read More

  • PLTS Seminarian Shares Music and More…

    Everyone is invited to an evening of music and conversation on Saturday, March 11 at 6 p.m. with our own Michael Larson and PLTS seminarian, Taylor Hagbo. They’ll also be joined by their mutual friend and musician, Eliot Claasen. This informal event will include wine and appetizers and an opportunity Read More