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Currently hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive the second Thursday of even months. These drives are open all who meet the donation requirements of the Red Cross. Appointments and walk-ins are welcome.

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Hosting Senior Connections most months on the first Thursday of the month. See the Senior Connections page for more information.

 

 

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Shepherd of the Hills hosts two AA groups: a woman's AA group that meets Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7-8 AM and a private co-ed AA group Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 5:30-6:30 PM. Contact Church office for more information.

Shepherd of the Hills actively supports Prescott Manor, an independent living community for underprivileged persons throughout the year. We continue our support of Prescott Area Shelter Services throughout the year.

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Music lessons:

  • Debbie Campbell teaches flute lessons and can be reached via the church office for further information.
  • Ed Cornett teaches drum, piano, keyboard, wind and string instruments and can be reached via the Church office for further information. Ed is an accomplished musician on 14 different instruments.

Other congregation involvement in our local, national and international community:

  • We support a local elementary school underpriveleged student (as identified by the school social worker) through our Angel Tree program.
  • We support the international Christmas Shoe Box program under the auspices of Franklin Graham's Organization.
  • We support Concordia Seminary's Adopt-A-Student Program with budgeted funds.
  • We sponsor the Lutheran Hour on KYCA radio AM 1490, Prescott each week. Further information on Lutheran Hour Ministries is availalbe under the Ministries tab.
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                                                      OCTOBER HIKING

October 1st:Moderate and longer. Woodchute Wilderness Trail.  Meet at our house at 6:30 am.   Bring extra water and food. We will hike to a meadow, rest awhile, eat, relax and then head back.  This hike is in the Mingus Mtns.  You may consider layering your clothes, as at first, it may be a bit chilly, and later, not.

On the 22nd, we will hike at Pioneer Park, (also known as Brownlow trail).  It is off Commerce drive from Willow Creek Rd. and is an easy trail.   

October 29th will be an Urban Hike.  We will meet at the church at 7:00 am and hike to  Waffles-N-More to have breakfast.  This also, is an easy hike. 

The other Saturdays there is an LWML Mtg, and the October Fest, and we won’t schedule hikes during these times.    

Contact Rick or Jane Zapfe for more information. 

928-308-1927       zapfe@cableone.net

      

 

 

 

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