Service Times & Directions:

Good Shepherd Church:

13110 Moss Road, Charlotte, NC 28273

Service Times:
Sundays @ 8:30am, 10:00am, & 11:30 am

Click HERE for directions.
Click
HERE to contact Good Shepherd Church.
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Service in Spanish @ 11:30am

     in the brand new Living Room at the Moss Campus. 
Click HERE to contact the Latino Pastor.

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Zoar Campus

13611 Zoar Road, Charlotte, NC 28278

Service Times:
Sundays @ 10:00am & 11:30am

Click HERE for directions.
Click HERE to contact the Zoar Pastor.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

For more info, click on the event title below.

Nov
22
November 22
Wednesday 6:30 PM
The 25 million Americans coping with mental and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) and their families need a greater understanding of how these illnesses affect their lives. Support from people who understand the journey is vital. At DBSA support group meetings, people share experiences, personal feelings and strategies for living successfully with mood disorders. These groups are for people diagnosed with a mental or mood disorder or those that suspect they may have one and their family members or close friends. For more information about DBSA, please visit www.dbsalliance.org. You do not have to register to attend.
Moss Campus
Nov
26
November 26
Sunday 5:00 PM
CareClasses: DivorceCare, GriefShare, DivorceCare 4 Kids (DK4K), and Financial Peace University (FPU) are classes and groups taught by industry professionals, volunteers and mentors and are designed to help meet the spiritual, relational, financial and emotional needs of the church community. CareClasses are hosted by Good Shepherd Church and utilize curriculum and/or guidance from reputable service and counseling organizations. Register here: http://www.gsumc.org/get-involved/upcoming-events/careclasses
Moss Campus
Nov
29
November 29
Wednesday 6:30 PM
The 25 million Americans coping with mental and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) and their families need a greater understanding of how these illnesses affect their lives. Support from people who understand the journey is vital. At DBSA support group meetings, people share experiences, personal feelings and strategies for living successfully with mood disorders. These groups are for people diagnosed with a mental or mood disorder or those that suspect they may have one and their family members or close friends. For more information about DBSA, please visit www.dbsalliance.org. You do not have to register to attend.
Moss Campus
Dec
03
December 03
Sunday 5:00 PM
CareClasses: DivorceCare, GriefShare, DivorceCare 4 Kids (DK4K), and Financial Peace University (FPU) are classes and groups taught by industry professionals, volunteers and mentors and are designed to help meet the spiritual, relational, financial and emotional needs of the church community. CareClasses are hosted by Good Shepherd Church and utilize curriculum and/or guidance from reputable service and counseling organizations. Register here: http://www.gsumc.org/get-involved/upcoming-events/careclasses
Moss Campus
Dec
06
December 06
Wednesday 6:30 PM
The 25 million Americans coping with mental and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) and their families need a greater understanding of how these illnesses affect their lives. Support from people who understand the journey is vital. At DBSA support group meetings, people share experiences, personal feelings and strategies for living successfully with mood disorders. These groups are for people diagnosed with a mental or mood disorder or those that suspect they may have one and their family members or close friends. For more information about DBSA, please visit www.dbsalliance.org. You do not have to register to attend.
Moss Campus
Dec
13
December 13
Wednesday 6:30 PM
The 25 million Americans coping with mental and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) and their families need a greater understanding of how these illnesses affect their lives. Support from people who understand the journey is vital. At DBSA support group meetings, people share experiences, personal feelings and strategies for living successfully with mood disorders. These groups are for people diagnosed with a mental or mood disorder or those that suspect they may have one and their family members or close friends. For more information about DBSA, please visit www.dbsalliance.org. You do not have to register to attend.
Moss Campus
Dec
15
December 15
Friday 11:30 AM
Christmas Luncheon
Moss Campus - K-Zone
Dec
20
December 20
Wednesday 6:30 PM
The 25 million Americans coping with mental and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) and their families need a greater understanding of how these illnesses affect their lives. Support from people who understand the journey is vital. At DBSA support group meetings, people share experiences, personal feelings and strategies for living successfully with mood disorders. These groups are for people diagnosed with a mental or mood disorder or those that suspect they may have one and their family members or close friends. For more information about DBSA, please visit www.dbsalliance.org. You do not have to register to attend.
Moss Campus

For more events, check out the other ministries on the left including GS KIDS,
GS Students, and ServeTeams.

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