our current worship series...

This summer at Good Shepherd, we will explore the basics of the Christian faith by studying the book of Romans. In Romans, the gospel is so clearly revealed. The good news that God has restored a relationship with his fallen people is showcased throughout the book. Romans takes us back to the basics of Christianity and yet presents us with deep concepts to wrestle with. What is atonement, righteousness, reconciliation?  What does this mean in my relationships with the people around me?  What does this say about my relationship with God? Each week we will look at a different good news concept that is highlighted in that reading from Romans. God's Word will give us the comfort, strength, and hope that we need... one word at a time. Starts June 18th and runs through September.


Pentecost 2 Atonement

Pentecost 3 Righteousness

Pentecost 4 Reconciliation

Pentecost 5 Reversal

Pentecost 6 Buried (Baptism)

Pentecost 7 Battling (Sin)

Pentecost 8 Longing (Eschatology)

Pentecost 9 Praying (Prayer)

Pentecost 10 Chosen (Predestination)

Pentecost 11 Inseparable (Providence)

Pentecost 12 Roots (Old Testament Church)

Pentecost 13 Grafted (New Testament Church)

Pentecost 14 Awe (Worship)

Pentecost 15 Sacrifice (Body ministry)

Pentecost 16 Love (A citizen of two kingdoms)

Pentecost 17 Freedom (Christian Freedom)

Our next worship series...


Just days before Jesus would go to the cross, he took his disciples (and even his enemies) to the vineyard. During October, our worship series will focus on four parables that Jesus told about how his kingdom works, how he invites people into his kingdom, how he patiently calls them back to his kingdom, and how he desires that we join in his celebration at harvest time. October is a time to focus on the harvest. Come and see God’s harvest strategy that he uses for his people and gives to his people.

10/8       Now Hiring - Matthew 20:1-16

10/15     Get to Work - Matthew 21:28-32

10/22     Rental Property - Matthew 21:33-42

10/29     You’re Invited - Matthew 22:1-14