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Social Justice

The Social Justice Task Force (formerly D.E.I.) is a group within the congregation that meets on the 3rd Sunday of each month to have fruitful discussion regarding ways to become more welcoming and form an inclusive environment. We meet at 6:00 PM in the meeting room, just off the Entryway.

Currently, we are talking about recognizing different cultures each month, what Reconciling in Christ means, and how we can break the age gap barrier in our congregation. If you are curious to hear what our discussions are like, want to give some input, or just want to be a fly on the wall, you are more than welcome to join! Please contact Melina at youthfamministry@gslutheran.org for more information or questions.

November is Native American Indigenous Awareness Month

Learn how you can become a better ally during this season here.

October is Lutheranism 101 Month

Find out some interesting facts here.

September is Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month

Learn more about these cultures here.

August is Neurodiversity Awareness Month

Learn more about what neurodiversity here.

July is Disabilities Awareness Month

This month we recognize our brothers and sisters with disabilities of any kind. Read more about this group and how we, as people of God, can include them in all that we do and learn to see this group as perfect in God’s eyes and our own. Read more

June is Pride Month

This month Good Shepherd takes a look at the LGBTQ+ culture. Read more about the uplifting of LGBTQ voices, celebration of LGBTQ culture and the support of LGBTQ rights. Read More

May is AAPI Heritage Month

As Good Shepherd continues to promote welcoming all, we celebrate AAPI Month; this stands for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  Take a moment to read more about this group and their culture.  There is lots of good information about Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders their culture and a video about Asian Americans who made history in the wars; so be sure to check it out. Read More

April is Sexual Awareness Month

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February is Black History Month

If you didn’t get a chance to read all the information posted in Fellowship Hall, take a moment to read it in your spare time. As a church we are invited to break down barriers and welcome all into God’s kingdom.  This is a way our church can educate and create awareness for all sheep of the Good Shepherd. Read More

Black History Month