Education at Good Shepherd


“I am committed to nurturing faith through lifelong learning in the church.  I look forward to partnering with all of you as we grow together in new and exciting ways wherever the Spirit leads.” – Beth Singley, Director of Christian Education


Childcare is provided every Sunday morning by an experienced caregiver:
September – June 9:00 and 10:45
Mid-June – August 8:30 and 10:15

Childcare is also available during congregational meetings, Wednesday evening learning programs and special events. Please contact the church office if you want to take advantage of this offer.

Sunday School

GSLC offers two sessions of Sunday School each week from September through Children’s Sunday in June for three year olds through grade eight.

Children may attend either the 9:00 or 10:45 session depending on their family’s worship schedule.

Adult Learning

Sunday Adult Forum
Our adult forum meets on Sundays for identical sessions at 9am and 10:45am, and covers a range of topics and series._______

Weekly Bible Studies
We have two groups that gather every Monday and Friday at 9:30am. Usually, we’re working through a devotional book together that deepens our understanding of scripture and the life of faith.
Wednesday Evening Adult Study
On Wednesday nights during the program year, there’s a learning opportunity for adults at 6:30pm. Topics range from book studies to series on faith and science to racial reconciliation studies.

WoW – Word on Wednesdays

Wednesday nights at GSLC come alive with:

Song (6:00-6:30);

Study (6:30-7:30), and;

Service (7:30-8:00).

WoW, indeed – September thru mid-April.

Vacation Bible School

Each year Good Shepherd participates in an ecumenical Vacation Bible School hosted by several of the faith communities in town. Register via the form below!


VBS Form


Named in memory of Good Shepherd’s longest-tenured pastor, the Kenneth O. Bean Library houses a diverse collection of spiritual and theological resources that are available to check out and take home! Visit the library, on the second-floor education wing, whenever you come by.