October 26, 2016
9:30 a.m. Worship 2.0
11:00 a.m. Classic Worship
6th grade - Sr. High
2211 Inverness Drive
Lawrence, KS 66047
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Organist and Director for Music Ministry Position
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is seeking a qualified Organist and Director for the Music Minister – Classic Worship position. Click here for job description and application information.
Pastor Ted Mosher
Pastor Ted is a second career pastor, graduating from Wartburg Theological Seminary in May 2008. Born and raised in central Iowa, he graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in accounting. A 21-year career in the medical malpractice insurance industry at various levels of underwriting management was interrupted by God's call to ministry. In addition to spending time with his wife and two daughters, Pastor Ted enjoys a good conversation, a good cup of coffee, and a good book.
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Lara West, Music Minister (Classic Worship)
Originally from Stephenville, Texas, GSLC Music Minister
Lara West earned her undergraduate degree (BA) from
Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Lara holds a Doctor of
Musical Arts (DMA) degree and a Master of Music (MM)
degree in church music from the University of Kansas. Her
lecture-recital focused on the organ works of Hugo Distler.
In addition to her regular service as pianist, organist, and
choir director, Lara occasionally plays trumpet, guitar,
and carillon. She also studied church music and worked as a
church musician in Germany, and continues to enjoy German
language and culture. Lara and her husband, Eric, live in Atchison,
Kansas, where they both teach at Benedictine College.
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Travis Rigby, Worship Leader (Worship 2.0)
We are excited to welcome Travis Rigby as the Worship 2.0
worship leader. Travis shares his love of Jesus and love of the
church by sharing his musical talents on piano, keyboard and
percussion, as well as leading the band. Growing up in San
Antonio,TX, his love for worship music began in middle school as
a church youth band member. Throughout high school and college
he played in church praise bands. Travis began composing music
his sophomore year of college at Trinity University in San Antonio
where he received a degree in music composition and has won the Robert E. Foster prize for
wind band composition at KU where he is currently working towards a master's degree in
music composition. Travis and his wife, Lauren, who plays violin in the Worship 2.0 band, live
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