Vacation Bible School

June 19—23
9:00—11:30 p.m.
Children Age 3 (by June 1) through 5th Grade
Friends are Welcome
Helpers are needed; must have completed 6th Grade to be a helper. Volunteer signs ups are in the main hallway.
At Maker Fun Factory, kids discover that God made them—and for a purpose! Kids participate in memorable Bible-learning activities, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, devour yummy treats, experience one-of-a-kind Bible adventures, collect Bible Memory Buddies to remind them of God’s love, and test out Sciency-Fun Gizmos they’ll take home and play with all summer long. Plus, you’ll meet lots of new friends!
Cost: $10.00 per child
Pick up extra cards at the church to invite your friends, 
Questions can be answered by contacting Deb Miteff at the church office.
483-8816 ext. 214 or E-mail at:
Please be aware that pictures taken during VBS could be used in Good Shepherd publicity and our 9:30 service is live streamed.


2 interior doors!  Yup, doors.                                        Plastic bolts
A drafting table                                                               Foam core board
Blueprints                                                                        Round concrete forms
Wash tubs                                                                        Carpet tubes
Plastic fly swatters                                                          Tennis balls
Stray pot and pan lids                                                     Duct tape
Furnace duct                                                                    Zip Ties
Full page magnifiers                                                       Camping table
Yarn                                                                                   5 gallon buckets (2)
String                                                                                Pool noodles                                                                             
Bolts                                                                                 A 3 shelf bookcase (will not be returned)  
Wiggle eyes                                                                     Cans of all kinds and shapes  
Pompoms                                                                         Fog machine
Ribbon                                                                              Lots of Styrofoam sheets
Sequins                                                                             Wrenches
Velcro strips - LOTS                                                         Pegboards (pretty large)

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A church camp, is a great opportunity and effective chance at helping your child make a lifetime commitment to Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Impact 2818 camps build on a core value of church partnerships that help the significance of camp continue in each person’s discipleship journey after camp has ended and they return home.
When you sign your children or family up for an experience like this, you will know that you are giving them something powerful; so much more than a trip to a theme park.
These events change lives by building a faith foundation that helps campers to shape their faith, identity, and worth around Christ. This builds a character that helps them uncover the potential God created in them.
We hope that you’ll take the time to prayerfully consider the value, impact, and weight of this opportunity.
Church Camp brochures are in the main hallway or you can discover the many opportunities at the camp website:
Good Shepherd Scholarships are still available, see Deb Miteff in the church office.
Sr. High Camp, see Zac for reservations:
All others, see Deb Miteff:

Check out the options or register at:

RBS 2017

Nothing like Bible School to make you  feel like a kid again!  Our 25th annual Retired’s Bible School will be held June 5-9.  We will begin at 9:00 a.m. with a continental breakfast and conclude at noon with a homemade lunch.  This event is open  to all adults.  You’ll  find :
        GREAT FOOD

All for FREE.  Sign up today, In the main hallway or e-mail Deb Miteff at:


Pennsylvania Work Camp

Pennsylvania Work Camp: Gearing Up To Serve

 Brochures and registration forms are now available outside Raasch Hall with information for this year’s work camp to Pennsylvania.  Prayerfully consider going to Pennsylvania for a week and helping someone in need.  

This year the Pennsylvania work camp is June 11-17.  

For more information, contact Bonnie Elam at 341-1687 or 483-8816. 

United Methodist Women Events:  All Women Welcome!
May 10 - Abigail Circle
May 17 - Visit to Lucille Raines
July 9 - UMW Sunday
July 14 & 15 - Garage Sale
September 9 - Annual retreat at Victory Noll Retreat Center, Pastor Denise Lapsley, retreat leader
October 22 - General Meeting- Women's Health Roundtable