Good Shepherd Fellowship Hours Need Volunteers!
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, renowned for the warmth and camaraderie of our after-church Fellowship Hours, would like to continue to have Fellowship Hours on Sundays. Because we have fallen on times of too few volunteers to work the counters and the kitchen, which resulted in hosting only one coffee hour between Sunday Services during January 2018, the Hospitality Committee is seeking volunteers to help with this beloved ministry. As ever, the harvest is many and the workers are few, so if you feel you are hearing the call to volunteer to help out, please do. Contact the church office to be directed to the proper folks.
We always need your assistance and would be glad to have it!
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SOCIAL MINISTRY COMMITTEE would like to know if congregational members need help with simple household tasks, like changing a hard to reach light bulb, lifting, and/or moving household items, repairing a dripping faucet or other routine household tasks. OR are you handy and willing to provide help to members? Whether you need help or can give it, please contact Lynn Bechdolt at email@example.com or leave a message at 276-252-2960.
We will meet at CVS at the entrance to Terra Vista and break into groups to pick up trash along a 2.25 mile stretch of Norvell Bryant Highway. Safety vests, gloves, trash bags, and pickers provided. For any questions, contact Linda Koch at LCK1164@gmail.com or 386-589-4727.
ROAD CLEAN-UP VOLUNTEERS
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a portion of the proceeds will go to Good Shepherd, make sure you pick the one in Hernando!
While we have been gone: THIS HAPPENED
New and improved Kitchen
Light and bright Fellowship Hall
Fellowship Hall - remodeled
The Senior Angel Tree
This Christmas holiday season our Senior Angel Tree to benefit residents at Life Care Center in Lecanto will be handled a bit differently. Starting the week of Thanksgiving and running through December 19th we will have our Senior Angel Tree gift box out in the narthex for you to drop off new, unwrapped items.
If you have any questions please contact Kathleen Swartz at 352-422-6717 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org; or call Bill Mehnert at 352-513-4624.
Please use the following list as a guide when selecting items that will add cheer to the hearts of Life Care residents this Christmas:
warm fuzzy blankets
regular and large print magazines or books
Small birdfeeders with seed
Small radio with necessary batteries
Mild skincare items or lotions
M/L/XL/2X sized ZIPPER sweaters for men and women
** happy shopping and Merry Christmas
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