Thinking of visiting?
We love having new faces at Good Shepherd! Be sure to visit our guest welcome table while you are here. We have information about Good Shepherd, gifts, and a place to leave your email if you have questions or feedback on how your experience was. We are always trying to make this a better experience, and we appreciate your input. You can find the welcome table in the gathering area directly adjacent to the worship space.
What should i wear?
Come as you are! At Good Shepherd, you’ll see people wearing jeans, shorts, slacks, and dresses. Most people dress casual or business casual, but we think you’ll feel comfortable in whatever you choose to wear. Our photo gallery is a helpful place to get a sneak peek of what to expect.
what is the church service like?
A typical service last about an hour and includes three readings from the Bible, songs, prayers, and a message explaining and applying one of Bible readings. Everything you need to know for the worship service is printed in a service folder. Each week, we admit that we are sinful and don’t deserve to have a relationship with God, but we also hear about his grace. Because Jesus died to take away our sins, we are fully forgiven and are now children of God. This good news gives us hope and strength for the rest of the week!
There is also an offering taken during the service which gives our members an opportunity to praise God with their gifts. Visitors should feel no obligation to give, we are just glad to have you with us!
Pastor is happy to answer any questions you have about our beliefs, or help you plan your path for joining our Good Shepherd family.
what should i do with my kids?
Bring them along! We have a lot of young families with children in our church, and we love to have families worshipping together. Jesus even said, “Let the little children come to me.” If your child needs a break in the service, parents will sometimes take them into the gathering area at the back of the worship space. This allows for some wiggle room while still being able to listen and observe worship. We also have family restrooms in this area. On the lower level, you can find a toy room for kids to play, and our multi-purpose room allows for adults to chat and drink coffee while kids run around and play in all weather.
Our entire facility is accessible.
From September – May, we also offer a children’s Sunday School from 10:30 – 11:30 AM in our education wing.