Leadership Summit
Feb
3
12:00 PM12:00

Leadership Summit

Are you on a committee?  Are you a super-volunteer?  Are you a member of the hospitality team, a Sunday School teacher, or work with youth?  Then you are invited to the Leadership Summit!  This summit starts at noon on February 3 and will be chock-full of information & tips to help your service make a difference.  Lunch will be provided & we have gifts to give away!  Don’t worry, you’ll be out in time for the Superbowl!!

 

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SuperStart
Mar
8
9:30 AM09:30

SuperStart

Calling all 4th, 5th, and 6th graders!! Mark your calendars….We are headed to Indianapolis for SuperStart, a pre-teen Christian conference. Join the group for worship, age-appropriate teaching & CRAZY games! We will be taking a van to Traders Point Christian Church to join the event, staying in a hotel near the church, and going Duck Pin Bowling for a group activity. Last year, we had so much fun and hope you can join us this year. This year’s theme is Conquering Gargantor. The event will take place March 8-9. The cost is $50 to attend the event. We will cover transportation, food, and housing!!! Please RSVP with your $50 to Zac Schwartz or Peter Daining by January 27. Scholarships available. For more information: www.ciy.com/superstart. Zac Schwartz: zschwartz@fwgoodshepherd.org. Peter Daining: pdaining@fwgoodshepherd.org

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60 & Better Lunch Group
Jan
10
11:30 AM11:30

60 & Better Lunch Group

    Our Sixty and Better group has made a commitment to establish programs to support and mentor young mothers and families. Our initial goal is to begin by reaching out to parents and children in Good Shepherd’s preschool, followed by others in our congregation and neighborhood.

   This month we invite our speaker Lora Overton MD, a Fort Wayne Obstetrician and Gynecologist, to introduce us to the local “Guardian Angel Project”.  Dr. Overton wrote the curriculum for this new initiative that trains volunteers to walk side-by-side with women and families, giving them support and connections to resources they may need.

   The “Guardian Angel Project” is associated with the St. Joseph Community Health Foundation.  The training and resources available to us seem to fit perfectly with the direction we have been given to make a difference in the lives of families in our community.

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