Share Your Faith
Small group ministries are an important part of Christian life at Good Shepherd. Friendships are formed in this unique environment in which our faith is shared and grows.
Start a Group
Can't find the perfect small group? Consider starting a new one.
Contact Pastor Dave via email or phone at (301) 869-1780.
Find a Group
Every Single One - all Singles 18 and up. Activities such as dinners, concerts, museum visits. Contact Joy Freund.
Seniors-Retirees - for all persons 55 and older. Potluck lunch every 3rd Tuesday at 12:30 pm. Contact Carole Butler at 301-762-5154.
Thursday Breakfast Devotions - 1-hour of devotions from 7-8am. Invigorating discussion, devotion, and prayer.
Women's Book Club - 4th Tuesday of the month in the homes of members. Contact Beth Cole.
Thursday Morning Bible Study - Join Pastor Fritz Foltz at 10:30am in the Lobby Library.
Young Families Group - We have just kicked off this group bringing the young families in the congregation together every month. Contact Pastor Dave
Find a Group (con't)
Running Group - just formed. Contact Scott Brown.
Softball Team - The GS Softball Team is back this year under the leadership of Pete Johnson. This is a coed team that plays in a church league on Saturday evenings May-June. Contact Pete Johnson, 240-654-7084.
Creative Crafts Caring - a friendly group of women crafters making items for organizatons such as Wounded Warriors, Save the Children, schools in 3rd-world countries. Meets Sundays at 10:00am in room 209. Contact Vicki Schmidt.
Quilts for Love - group making hand-made quilts for Lutheran World Relief. Meets Tuesdays at 6:30pm and Wednesdays at 9:00am. Contact Carole Weickert.
Lutheran Marriage Encounter - Learn and experience how to make your marriage better through a Marriage Encounter Weekend.
Phoebe Circle - Monthly Bible study for women of all ages. 1st Tuesday of the month at 1 pm in member's homes. Contact Betty Heflin at 301-926-7052 or via email.
Tuesday Book Club - Women's group meets monthly in membersí homes. Contact leader Beth Cole.