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Kelly Headley - Director of Pathways - Good Shepherd Church, Cedar Park Texas

Kelly Headley

Director of Kids kount & mops Coordinator

Hi there! My name is Kelly Headley, and I am the Director of Kids Kount Mother’s Day Out. It has been such a blessing to be a part of the Kids Kount team since March 2012. Although teaching has always been a passion of mine, God’s will brought me to Kids Kount.

Before I began at Kids Kount, I lived in Colleyville, Texas (DFW). I moved to Austin to be closer to my now husband, Steven. We were married on August 31, 2014. Since moving to Austin, I have gotten married and welcomed two beautiful babies into my family, Beckett, and Bailey, I have also graduated from ACC with my degree in Early Childhood Education.

I value education and hope to continue learning more about this adorable age. I have plenty of dreams for myself and my family, but even more for this beautiful program. I am so appreciative to be able to educate, love, and empower these amazing children. My wish is to create an environment that is not only safe and nurturing but developmentally appropriate and inventive for all His children. I want to ensure every child is prepared for the remainder of their academic career, but most of all my wish is to guarantee every child leaves our program with the knowledge that Jesus loves them and always will!

Again, I treasure all that Kids Kount provided me, but I also treasure the knowledge and love I have received through every child and their family.

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Kelly Headley - Director of Pathways - Good Shepherd Church, Cedar Park Texas

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Precautionary measures

Dear Good Shepherd Family,

At Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, we take the personal health and wellness of our members very seriously. You may have some growing concerns about the Coronavirus (COVD-19), and we wanted to put your mind at ease by making you aware of the precautionary steps we are taking as a church:

  • Hand sanitizing stations have been placed around campus for your use and benefit. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) states that hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol is proven to kill germs and bacteria.
  • Hand washing signs have been placed in campus bathrooms reminding members to wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Our pastoral staff will sanitize their hands before and after giving communion.
  • Janitorial staff is sanitizing all common areas to help prevent the spread of illness.
  • Every Friday/ Saturday we will have a “terminal clean” done on all common areas. This includes a wipe down all surfaces and floors with disinfectant – chairs, desk, tables, door handles, etc. with hospital disinfectant.
  • While we will miss you on Sunday Morning, please stay home if you are not feeling well, especially if you have a fever, are coughing or sneezing or are experiencing shortness of breath. Our online Live Streaming services allow you to stay connected with your church family but helps to prevent the spread of germs.

We are closely monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization regarding COVID-19. We will continue to seek guidance from these agencies and public health officials, and we will update you as new information becomes available.

Thank you for being a part of the Good Shepherd family! We are committed to making our church a safe and enjoyable place for all who worship with us. If you need Pastoral Care, please contact us at or call 512.258.6227.

Be Blessed,

Pastor Marty and Pastor Steven