Small Groups, Bible Studies, and other smaller groups are one of the most effective vehicles to develop deep relationships with others at Good Shepherd. We want every single person at Good Shepherd to be known and be connected.  Below are some of the groups available at Good Shepherd along with the contact for more information.  Our groups and opportunities to get involved are also available on the church mobile app called Good Shepherd Connect under Get Connected.  For more information on Good Shepherd Connect click here.

Small Groups

Small Groups, by nature, require a regular and ongoing commitment.  Here are some of the small groups available for you to join:

GSLC Book Club: 3rd Tuesday of month | 7:00pm in Fireside Room | Contact Emily Horning

Mission Sewing: Join us in sewing children’s outfits for overseas.  Contact Sandi Bahr

Parenting Group: Engage with other parents of young children to share lessons learned, new ideas, and other ways to support each other as parents in a challenging world.  We meet monthly on Sunday morning.  Contact Emily Horning

Gamin’ Gals: 1st Monday of month | 1:00 pm in Rm. 108 | Cards, snacks, and fellowship | Contact Jan Hammer at 314-608-674

Prayer Shawl Ministry: 3rd Tuesday of month | 10 am in the Fireside Room  | Contact: Barb Rouse 636-256-1933

Mission Garden:  Help plant and tend a vegetable and herb garden to support area food pantries.  The garden is located at Good Shepherd.  Contact Sandi Bahr.

Basecamp Men’s Group:  Men gather for bible study, prayer, service, and fellowship.  Meets monthly on Sunday afternoons.  Contact Mike Kerber.

Bible Study Groups

Bible Study groups are always open to anyone and everyone. Contact the leader for more information or just show up and dive in! Find out about the different Bible Study Groups here 

 

If you are looking for a way to get involved, connected, and build meaningful relationships with others at Good Shepherd, Small Group Ministry is a great opportunity.Small Groups typically (but not always) meet in people’s homes, rotating among group members, and usually include some form of bible study or faith conversations and growth. Many groups meet around food (which we all love, right?!) and try to find ways to serve together throughout the year.

If you are interested in being a part of a small group or want to know more please contact:  Pastor Josh Brecht