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    Spotlight: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

    Join us for our Bunny Trail

    Nearly 105 years ago, in October 1916, several people decided to start a Lutheran congregation in Southampton.

    A chapel was donated by the Good Shepherd congregation of Philadelphia, and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church sits today on the original plot of land purchased in June 1917, on Street Road at the corner of Churchville Road.

    Rev. Kathleen Harkness and Rev. Brown currently preside over our congregation.

    Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will be hosting a safe family event to celebrate the Easter Season.

    The Bunny Trail at Good Shepherd is a “trunk or treat” festival held in the parking lot behind the church.

    There will be a cabana decorated for photo opportunities available as well as decorated car trunks with treats for children.

    The event will be held on Saturday, March 27th, from 1:00 to 3:00pm, rain or shine.

    Sign-ups are requested by using the link on our web page gslconline.org, or by emailing gslc@gslconline.org.

    Are you looking for meaningful worship, uplifting messages, great music, or Sunday School activities for kids of all ages?

    Try our virtual Sunday worship, morning or evening prayer services, or Sunday School activities.

    We strive to build life-affirming relationships, by valuing and encouraging each person.

    Find Sunday service information (virtual, streaming, or live attendance) as well as other activities and ministries on our website for anyone interested in learning more about Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.

    We are conducting in person worship, abiding by COVID-19 restrictions.

    Good Shepherd is easy to find, at 877 Street Road, Southampton.

    Please contact us for further info at the e-mail above.

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