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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 jjarman@goodshepherd.com or 513.891.1700.

Reverse Lenten Collection Drive

Instead of giving up something this Lent, intentionally give a needed item each day in Lent to support the increased need at the Taft Elementary Food Pantry and the NEEDS Food Pantry.

How can you help?

  • Grab a sturdy box, bag or other sturdy storage container.
  • Pick up a Reverse Lenten Collection Drive calendar from the GSLC lobby – available starting on Ash Wednesday.
  • Follow the Reverse Lenten Collection Drive calendar to add a requested item to your collection bin.
  • Bring your collection bin with you to GSLC to Easter Worship for a blessing and then distribution to Taft/NEEDS.

At the end of the Lenten season, each box will have over 40 items to help keep the shelves at each of these pantries stocked.

Please follow the calendar as closely as you are able since it is filled with the most requested items at each of the pantries and if you can’t add an item every day, add as you are able.

May the generosity of this Lenten practice bless our community.

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