“They devoted themselves to the apostle’s teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer…All the believers were together and had everything in common.” (Acts 2:42-44)
We are building a new ministry for young adults. Do you want to be a part of it? The Church of the Good Shepherd is committed to developing and supporting our members that are in college, graduates and young working professionals. Often this age group is in a state of transition, living away from home, living independently, and looking for a new church home. Transitions bring many challenges, not the least of which is making a new set of friends.
Here at the Church of the Good Shepherd, we are excited about this new ministry. But we need your help. We want to know what works for you, what your needs are, what would make a gathering of your peers for intentional fellowship interesting to you? Simply put… we want your input.
Be looking for new opportunities to get together with your peer group, and develop some real friendships, engage in theological dialogue and stimulating activities.
If you are interested in this exciting new ministry, call the Church Office at 361-882-1735.
Ties that Bind – Young Adult Group
For Young Church Families at Good Shepherd
“Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love; The fellowship of kindred minds is like to that above.”
Many of our Good Shepherd families find themselves at similar stages in life. Whether raising families, starting new jobs, or simply getting involved with the church for the first time, challenges are ever present. Thankfully, our Faith in God and the Church are great sources of strength and inspiration to help us navigate through these waters. It is through Christ that we find the common bonds that bring us together as members of the Church.
Good Shepherd wishes to give its Church Families opportunity to come together through a group we are calling “The Ties That Bind.” The goal is a fellowship group within the Church that provides an environment to grow and strengthen relationships within the Church, to strengthen our personal relationships with God and with each other, and to have some fun doing it!