Good Shepherd Lutheran Church & School – Lincoln, NE
Welcome in the name of our risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! At Good Shepherd, we are committed to preaching and teaching the life-giving and life-changing Gospel of Jesus in its truth and purity. In all of our activities, the heart and core is always the Good Shepherd, who laid down His life to save lost sheep like you and me. To Him alone be the glory! If you have any questions or Prayer Requests please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re just a click away and we’re always here to share God’s Word in it’s truth and purity.
Good Shepherd Calendars:
BIBLE STUDIES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK:
Sunday – various topics in the fellowship hall about 9:20 am.
Tuesday Ephesians Men’s Bible Study – 6 am in room 109 2
Wed. “Upon This Rock.” – 5:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall
Wed. “Life of Jesus – The Parables” – 7:20 pm in the Fellowship Hall
Thursday “LifeLight Study” – 1 pm in room 109
Friday Various Topics – 8 am (following the folding of bulletins) in the Fellowship Hall
Everyone is invited to become a part of one or more of these Bible studies.
Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop Offered November 5th : Want to learn to care for people who are grieving and reach out to others in a distinctively Christian way? On Saturday, November 5, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will host a Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The half-day workshop is designed both to enhance participants’ caregiving skills and to help congregations explore ways to expand their caring ministry. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and refreshments will be served.
Stephen Ministry laypeople have gone through 50 hours of training in order to provide quality one-to-one Christian care to hurting people. If you think you might be interested in being a Stephen Minister, attending the workshop is a great way to learn more.
Members of Good Shepherd Lutheran are invited to learn more about Stephen Ministry and attend the workshop free of charge but you must register by contacting Debra Baker at 402-540-1249 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You pay the face value of the gift card and our school will get 4% of this back from the merchants. If you purchase a gift card for $100, this would mean that our school would get a $4 rebate. If just 25 people did this, the school would receive $100. It’s a painless way to help out. Thanks to all who are already using SCRIP regularly. Check out the other merchants who participate in this program.
1. Is easy to use – Just purchase gift cards to pay for items you are already planning to purchase.
2. Doesn’t cost you a penny – You pay $25 for $25 worth of merchandise.
3. Gives a rebate to Good Shepherd Lutheran School and Preschool – Rebates range from 2% of the cost of the gift card to 20% of its cost depending on the merchant.
For more details about how to assist the school and preschool in this manner, check with the SCRIP ladies in the church library between services. A big thanks to all who have been faithful purchasers of SCRIP.
Proclaim Christ ~ Prepare the foundation ~ Equip for vocation.
2016-2017 School and Preschool registration Click here to view our Admission page
Lincoln’s Only Classical Education School – The Mission of Good Shepherd Lutheran School and Preschool is to proclaim Christ, prepare the foundation for further learning and equip for lifelong service to God, family and society for the salvation of all.
Philosophy – We believe in a Classical approach to education:
L Learning of the Classics
A Acquiring life-long skills through academic achievement
S Scripture-based, spiritual development
S Service to God and others
I Integrated Curriculum
C Character, Virtue, Excellence
A Absolute truth, goodness, beauty
L Love of learning
GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN SCHOOL teaches phonics in order to prepare students for reading. The English language is based on the recognition of letters and the pronunciation of sounds because learning to read phonetically enables children to understand the grammatical aspects of the English language. Did you know that half of all English words have a Latin origin? The study of Latin enables children to develop and understand a wider range of vocabulary in the English language. We begin teaching Latin in 3rd grade. This is another of the many reasons to consider Good Shepherd Lutheran School for your child/children.
Our unique aspects of the curriculum include:
A Christ-centered Education
Good Shepherd Youth look here for news & events
For Grades 8-12 Bible Study on Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:15 various topics. Higher Things Lutheran Youth Conference most every Summer. Other events and announcements through out the year
Higher Things Meeting Wednesday Oct 5th 7:30pm after church – Informational meeting and registration forms will be available at this meeting. $150 deposit and forms are due by Nov 290th so we can get the group registered at the lower rate. Please attend this meeting or talk to Pastor Maronde, Andrew Wood or Marc Huff … if you have a desire to attend this conference.
ROCA Scary Farms – Jr & Sr High YOUTH (5th-12th Grade) Saturday Oct 15th Tentatively Meet at church at 6p and should be back by 10p. Bring $10 to get in and some extra money if you want snacks while out there. Youth Group will cover the rest of the admission. More details to follow. Please let Andrew & Jeana Wood 402-369-2691 or email@example.com or Marc & Beth Huff 402-890-9752 or firstname.lastname@example.org know if you are planning to attend.
Youth Christmas shopping for donations Nov. 12 10:00a-11:00a -Meet at Church at and we’ll go shopping at South Walmart bring $10 and youth account will give $10 and see what we can gather to donate to for youth in need this Christmas. May go for Ice cream after Shopping! Please let Andrew & Jeana Wood 402-369-2691 or email@example.com or Marc & Beth Huff 402-890-9752 or firstname.lastname@example.org know if you are planning to attend.
HIGHER THINGS Here I Stand July 18-21 at Montana State University Bozeman, MT. Don’t let money or financial difficulty keep
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