Oak Park Concert Chorale "Prayers of Steel"

Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Carl Sandburg's poem "Prayers of Steel" is the basis for the concert on April 27th, and begins with "Let my prayers rise up as incense before you". The Oak Park Concert Chorale will present their spring concert "A cappella Joy" at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Sunday at 4:00pm.  Proceeds will benefit Good Shepherd's music programs.  Tickets for $18/person can be purchased online, or at the door.  Price includes a  reception following the concert.  Join us for this evening of luxurious and inspirational choral sounds!

Resurrection Jazz

Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 8:00am - 10:30am

The joy of the Resurrection fills our worship on Sunday, April 27th as Jonathan Oblander and friends join us to lead an energetic Jazz Worship Service. On this special Earth Day celebration we find ourselves in rhythm with the spirit of life. Warren King joins Pastor Kathy in bringing a message of doubt and hope. The Sustainability Team serves a "green" coffee hour and has special speakers available. Join Us!


Sunday, May 4, 2014 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

It's spring ... birds, tiny flowers and time for the CROP Walk.  Since 2005, Good Shepherd has raised over $25,000!  Let's keep it going.  This year, the opportunity for matching funds is amazing!  Let's go for 15 walkers from Good Shepherd.  See Leslie Marino, Pastor Kathy or Harry Patterson to get your walkers envelope and get started NOW!  There's a short and long version of the walk so it's a great family opportunity.  Contributions can also be made online for the Good Shepherd Team. See more at www.OakParkHungerCROPWalk.org.

Parenting Topic Discussion with Kids' Movie Night

Friday, May 2, 2014 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

It's never too young to teach our children the value of both community and diversity. Join Patty Jurczak, Good Shepherd member and long-time teacher currently working at Hadley Junior High in Glen Ellyn, as she presents on "Starting Small: Teaching Tolerance in Preschool and the Early Grades."  

Dinner will be served at 6pm. Children will be invited to enjoy a movie while parents gather for the topic presentation. The evening will wrap up by 8:00pm.

A $5.00 donation per family member is requested to offset the cost of food and materials.

Please join us on May 2 for this special event! Come for a great meal, stay for rich discussion!

Village Board Chooses "Brown" Energy for Oak Park

Last week the Village of Oak Park Board of Trustees voted to accept a bid from Constellation Energy, to supply the aggregated electricity for the Village. Constellation will use fossil fuels, or brown energy, to produce the electricity. The current supplier, Integrys, generates energy from wind power, a renewable and green resource. The bid for the new contract from Constellation is $4 per month cheaper than that offered by Integrys, for the averge user. This decision will mean that about 20,000 homes and 2,000 businesses in the Village will be using brown energy, unless they opt out of the contract. 95% of the homes and businesses in Oak Park participate in the current contract for green energy with Integrys.


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