Outreach
 

 In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven. — Matthew 5:16

Good Shepherd is blessed to have a community that is dedicated to sharing the love of Christ with their neighbor through our active Outreach Ministry.  By earmarking 25% of our annual budget to Outreach, Good Shepherd is able to support a vareity of non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, the Haitian Timoun Foundation, Graceworks Lutheran Services, and Adopt A Class.  In addition to providing financial support, members serve at organizations such as Matthew 25 Ministries, Tikkun Farm, and Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank to provide the labor necessary to further their missions.  It is through the generous support of our congregation that Good Shepherd is able to touch the lives of so many.

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Graceworks - January 2023

Good Shepherd people of all ages showered Graceworks residents with caring support during this Christmas season.  Many members provided gifts for residents at five Enhanced Living houses as part of GSLC’s annual Christmas Gift Program. Tweens made Christmas Tree ornaments for a total of 47 residents at two Housing Services communities; St. Marks in Milford and Lutheran Community in Lawrenceburg, IN.  GSLCers also attended the annual Christmas luncheon at St. Marks Community; Beth Townsend provided residents with small gift bags and Roy Johnson led their silent auction to help the residents raise money for a local food bank, Impact Tomorrow.

Learn more about Graceworks at Adult Connect on January 22nd as we invite Sandra Combs from Graceworks’ central offices (see Page 8).

Do you have any questions about Good Shepherd’s ministry to Graceworks?  Contact Mary Adams (adamsmarydmjk@gmail.com, 513.767.8029).

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