As an act of reaching out and staying together in faith, Rev Jim is assembling a weekly devotional. Each devotional will be about ten minutes or less, and will reflect on a Scripture reading that will help us through this together. Below are links to the first one: How do you handle bad news? from … Read moreReflection for March 26, 2020
Since we cannot meet in person to worship our Lord, Good Shepherd St. Catharines is providing Morning Prayer online. Here’s our first one! Be blessed!
March 17, 2020 Re: Good Shepherd Church suspends all group activity and events effective immediately Dearest Good Shepherd Family, Like you, I see the ever-changing circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and the impact it has on our day-to-day lives, our families, communities, governments and the Church and I share your concern and prayers at this difficult time … Read moreCOVID-19 UPDATE: All Group Activities and Services Suspended until April 6.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE Re: Good Shepherd response to COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic Brothers and Sisters in Christ, “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” (Ps 27.1) As Christians, we are not to fear or worry. Our Almighty Father works for our good and for His glory. But we are called … Read moreGSC and COVID-19
As you know, our April 15th Service was cancelled because of the dangerous weather. We were to begin our series on First John. Rev. Jim has written a reflection on 1 John 3.4-7 from his sermon notes that you can peruse before next week’s lesson. You can read it below! Love and Righteousness Introduction The … Read moreLove and Righteousness