Worship Services

Worship is the central gathering of God’s people for the sake of drawing near to God and to one another. At Good Shepherd, we pride ourselves on providing a worship experience that is welcoming, authentic and meaningful.

 

As you enter our building, you can expect to be met by one of our ushers or greeters to direct you towards the sanctuary. They are happy to answer any questions or direct you to someone who can. Our regular worship services include prayer, readings from scripture, music and a sermon. Communion is shared every week, alternating which service on a week by week basis. The printed bulletin guides the congregation by directing them to hymns and pages in the hymnal. If you are ever in need of guidance following the service, you are welcome to ask one of our ushers or regular attendees for help and they would be happy to provide assistance. You are welcome to sing, pray, listen, and join in communion if you would like but it’s okay to just sit back and observe. Come here and be yourself.

If you are unable to physically attend, elements of the worship service have recently been recorded and can be found by clicking HERE. While we hope we will be able to see you soon, we hope this online resource will help you stay connected to God and Good Shepherd while you are physically unable to attend.

Regular Worship Schedule

Sunday at 8:30 am and 10:30 am

Sunday School during the 11:00 service

Holy Communion is at the 9:00 am service on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month and at the 11:00 am service on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.

 

Special Worship Schedule

Good Shepherd provides special worship opportunities at the holidays and during Lent.  Our Thankgiving and Christmas worship calendar will be published here in late October.

 

Music

Good shepherd is blessed with an amazing music ministry.  Our talented organists and vocal and instrumental choirs enhance our worship.  New voices or participants are always welcome in all of our choirs. Visit our Music page to learn more.

 

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