Children & Families

You want your children to learn about God and the Bible.

So we've created opportunities for your children to grow their faith at any age, from Pre-K through High School.  A couple of ways Good Shepherd does this are:

Kids Connect is Good Shepherd's version of Sunday School.  It's open to grades Pre-K through 6th Grade.  Students learn about Bible through stories, song, art, activities, and fun.  Kids Connect happens each Sunday at 10:10 am in Room 100 during the school year.

Faith Milestones are celebrations of important moments of faith in our lives.  Examples of youth Faith Milestones are being baptized, becoming a confirmed member of the Lutheran Church, and graduating High School.

Youth Groups provide young folks friendship, opportunities to serve others, and time to explore their faith with their peers.  Good Shepherd offers three different youth groups:  Tweens (Grades 4 - 6), Confirmation (Grades 7-8), and Senior High (Grades 9-12).

You can learn about these and other youth and family programs by clicking the pictures below.

Ready to sign-up or have other questions?  Contact the Director of Faith Formation, Jen Jarman, at or 513.891.1700.

Serve Your Neighbor As a Family

Good Shepherd offers two events in February that are designed for the whole family to serve their neighbor:

Tikkun Farm on February 18th at 10 am - located in Mt Healthy, this small urban farm provides food for the hungry, job training for the community, and services to help heal people.  Type of work various based on the need of the farm.  Learn more an sign-up at at

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Pack on February 25th at 10 am - located in Price Hill, this non-profit provides diapers to families in need.  Work involves sorting and packing diapers for later distribution.  Sign-up on at  Optional post-event lunch at Price Hill Chili.

Questions?  Drop contact GSLC's Director of Faith Formation, Jen Jarman, at


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