Building Faith for the GenerationsLutheran Church of the Good Shepherd is a vibrant community of faith that rejoices in the Grace of God, teaches the message of Jesus Christ, and ministers faithfully to all people.

Follow the construction of our new Education Center here


Join us for Lenten Worship Wednesdays at 7 pm.  This year we are exploring “Words That Matter,” the words that are the building blocks of our faith, such as love and grace. The liturgy will be the beloved “Holden Evening Prayer.”

Before the worship service each Wednesday, Soup Supper is served from 5:45-6:30pm. All proceeds from the soup suppers will be used to help pay the cost of moving into the new building in April.

Team BGTF, Youth Gathering youth and chaperones will be selling tickets for the “Winter-Feast” formal plated dinner beginning in January. Watch for them in the narthex between services. The dinner will be held on Saturday, February 24. Tickets are $25 per person or a table of 8 for $200. There will be entertainment included. Watch for additional details in the bulletin. A fun evening is planned for you!

Babysitting will be provided (please sign up ahead –they will be fed pizza for dinner).

Keenagers is a group of retirees who meet monthly for lunch and a short presentation. Most presentations pertain to needs and information you may find useful as you adjust into retirement. (Cost:$8.00 per person). All retirees are welcome!

Please sign-up in the narthex by Monday, February 26 to reserve your seat for March 2. (Alberta Bair Room at St. John’s)

If you haven’t signed up yet, call Adeline Schmidt at 652-1738.

We say goodbye to our original sanctuary and church facility in March! Join us on March 11 during the Sunday Education Hour as we gather to thank God for the ministry and life that happened in the original A-Frame and building.

To prepare for and memorialize this space, we’d like to gather your memories and pictures of your time in this building and collect them into a book about the beginnings and ministry of Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd.

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To participate in this, please put your memories either in written or email form and turn them in to Pastor Kay. If you have photos to share, you can send an email of them or bring them by the church for Siri to scan a copy. We’d love to have your baptismal, wedding, or other event photos taken in the previous worship space. They will become a permanent part of our congregation’s written history. Make sure you put March 11 on your calendar for this event!

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Easter is just around the corner, which means it’s time for our yearly Butter Braid fundraiser for Good Shepherd Preschool. The money earned will go towards the needs of the preschool learning environment.. Order forms are available in the church office along with an envelope for payments. (Payment does have to accompany your order.)

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The Butter Braids will be delivered to the church on March 21st and can be picked up in the youth room. Orders will be in the freezer and separated out by name. Thank you for your support!

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If you are interested in becoming a member of LCGS we will have new member classes April 15 & 22. Contact Pastor Kay for more information.

Enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year is filling up fast! You may pick up registration forms in the church office or print them at lcgspreschool.com. Please return registration forms along with the $75.00 deposit as soon as possible to hold your placement for next fall.

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We are pleased to announce that we will be offering the following sessions:

  • MTWTH 8:30-11:30 am (three hour session)
    • Drop off will be at 8:20 am. Pre-K class (child must be 4 by Sept. 10th)
  • MTWTH 12:00-3:00 pm (three hour session)
    • Drop off at 11:50 am. Pre-K class (child must be 4 by Sept. 10th)
  • TWTH 8:30-11:00 am (2 1/2 hour session)
    • Drop off at 8:20 am 3 year old session (child must be 3 by Sept. 10th)

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The Rescue Mission and the Women’s & Children’s Shelter are both in dire need of warm clothing. We are requesting donations of men’s sweat shirts, sweat pants, and pajamas (all sizes) as well as women’s and children’s winter sweaters (new or gently used … all sizes). Donations for both shelter’s may be placed in our intake bin located in the narthex.


Rejoicing in the grace of God, teaching the message of Jesus Christ, and ministering faithfully to all people!