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Third Sunday in Easter
April 18, 2021

Scripture: Acts 3:12-19
Christian Scripture: 1 John 3:1-7
Gospel Reading: Luke 24:36b-48
Psalm 4

This Week's  Schedule:

Sunday Schedule 4/18
8:00 IPW
9:00 IPW/Livestream
10:00 Christian Formation for Children and Students (Zoom)
11:15 IPW/Livestream
3:00 Mission Planning: Monte Sano

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10:00 am start 

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Andy's Bible Study "(Name) - A"
Ted's Bible Study "(Name) - T"
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The Easter Egg Hunt Thanks You!

for making this year's hunt special for so many. Special Thanks to:
All the families who donated eggs
Lynn Williams for organizing assisting Jinny
Gerald Woods for the sensational photos
The Pritchett's and Adams' families for hiding
All the families who brought little ones to enjoy the morning
Thank you!


The Gospel for the first Sunday following Easter Day is always the story of Doubting Thomas—a story set “eight days” (i.e. one week) after the day when the women came to the tomb and found it empty. Then, for this Sunday’s story, we go backwards in time, back to the evening of the first Easter Day. Here is what has happened as the story opens:
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The Violence of the Cross and Children

On the walk to school a few months ago my five-year-old son, Samuel, asked me a question. Samuel is my second born, sandwiched between my talkative oldest and the attention-grabbing youngest. A classic middle child, he usually keeps a low profile, preferring to keep his thoughts to himself. On this day, though, he surprised me by letting me know what was going on inside his head. “Is that the cross Jesus died on?” he asked quietly, pointing to the rooftop steeple of the local Methodist Church. Read more?

Mission Team gathering

Planning will begin for our April-June mission project and relationship with Monte Sano Elementary School. Meetings will be at 3:00 on
April 18 3-4pm
May 2 3-4pm
May 16 3-4pm
May 30 3-4 pm (if needed)
Final Meeting: June 13 3-4pmWe will decide in person gathering times and jobs at these sessions. Help us to give back to our neighborhood!

Project Outline: 
A. Teacher Appreciation.  (how can we give a morale boost to ALL our Good Shepherd teachers/administrators?) 
B. Design and Build a Little Library for Monte Sano Summer Reading
C. Design and Implement a weekly summer reading event at Monte Sano (June-July)

Join our Zoom this Sunday, April 18 @ 3:00. Click now for Zoom

Gaming Resumes

Beginning Wednesday April 21 | 6:30 - 8:30 | the Setze Cottage. No experience necessary, friends welcome. Maximum of 10 participants. Click now to RSVP to Roger. First come, first served. How you play is how you live. 

Acolyte Training

If your student would like a refresher training on the roles of
Evangelion            Torch Bearer
Crucifer                  Server
Thurifer                  Boat Bearer

I will be offering a training on April 25 and May 23 at 5:15 for 45 minutes. 


Service Day Opportunity Date Chosen

May 16 | All Ages, Families Welcome

Spend a morning, 9am -12pm working with Turn Back the Block to serve the Harrisburg Community. We have chosen the option of Sunday May 16. We will start at 9am with a short prayer service, a presentation by Ashley Brown, and then work until lunch. 

RSVP to Roger by May 14, please

Save the Date: June 7-11

This is Our Neighborhood Vacation Bible School

The Pandemic has changed everything about our lives. Join Good Shepherd and Reid Memorial's joint Vacation Bible School and learn to renew and build relationships with your neighbors through service, arts, music, and stories from the Bible. The work of Fred Rogers and Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood is the inspiration for this year's Vacation Bible School.
Register for This is Our Neighborhood

Fall Whitewater Retreat

August 20-22, 2021 | Grades 6th through 12th | Reid Memorial & Good Shepherd 

White Water Express in Copper Hill, TN
Middle School will raft the Nantahala  | High School will raft the Ocoee
Trip cost includes all meals, lodging, rafting, plus 2 other activities that could include: paintball, high ropes course, horseback riding, or mountain biking. Also included is use of the lake blob, gaga pit, disc golf and more. 

There are 3 rates for this trip: 
Sign up by June 1 and Save: total cost $175
Regular rate June 1-August 1: total cost $210
Sign up after August 1: total cost $250

Register here
Even further down the road:

Mountain Mission Trip | June 21-25

Working Schedule:
June 21: AM - Local Mission day in Augusta. PM - leave for CLT. Carowinds?
June 22: AM - National Whitewater Rafting Center. PM - Mission: Hart Square Foundation. Camp in 19th century cabins.
June 23: AM - Depart for Dmascus VA. PM: Virginia creeper trail. 
June 24: AM: | PM:
June 25: Lake Norman, NC. Lunch and Relax on the lake. Return to Good Shepherd ETA 6:00pm
See the 2021 - 2022 working event schedule by clicking here

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