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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at the corner of Washington Street and Divide Avenue in Bismarck, ND.
Throughout the year, Good Shepherd offers three different sessions of Church School. All sessions are Bible-story based with Scripture, service projects, joyful song, inspirational stories, video clips, crafts, activities, skits, science projects, art, and many other fun and unique ways to learn about God and his love for his children.
Much of the year is quite busy as Good Shepherd’s Genesis Church School is very involved in a variety of service projects such as the God’s Child Project, Backpack for Kids, Operation Christmas Child, and more! Additionally, there are two First Communion classes and a third grade Bible workshop with presentations during the year. Further, Good Shepherd Day Camp is held, at the beginning of summer, with Camp of the Cross counselors. The fun continues with Vacation Bible School in early August.
Good Shepherd’s sixth grade God Rocks program is a wonderful transition year from regular Church School to Confirmation. The Little Angels program, which is a modified Church School program for two, three and four year olds who would like their parents to take part in the program with them, meets in the fall and spring. In addition to the variety of children’s programs Good Shepherd offers, we encourage our Church School children to be involved in regular worship services through attendance, reading Scripture, helping with offering, Communion, music and other activities.
(fill out the registration form, save it to your computer, and then attach it to an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any difficulty submitting your form, please print it and deliver it to the church or fax it to 701-255-3644. Please Note: to fill out electronic forms you will need to use a full version of Adobe Acrobat, not a preview version.
To view the 2013-2014 Church School Handbook, please click HERE.
December 15 (Sunday) & December 18 (Wednesday) Christmas Party! Click HERE for the Leader's Guide