We are happy you stopped by to visit our website. We realize that if you are planning to visit Good Shepherd on a Sunday morning, you may have some questions. Here is a list of some frequently asked questions that may be helpful for you. If you have a question that is not answered on this page, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Worship at Good Shepherd on Sunday mornings, during the Covid 19 pandemic, is at 10 am. Our live-stream begins at 9:50 am. Sunday School for children is at 9 am from September through June and is offered in-person or through Zoom.
We encourage you to come as you are. You may see some people wearing coats and ties, while others will wear shorts and tee shirts.
Check out our baptism faq page.
Just bring yourself, bring your family, or bring a friend. That’s it! If you have a Bible, we encourage you to bring it. But if not, come as you are.
You can find directions to Good Shepherd on our directions page.
Good Shepherd is part of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod.
The Lutheran Church is a Christian denomination. Lutherans derive their name from the reformer Martin Luther who made efforts to reform the theology and practice of the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century. Lutherans hold the Holy Bible as the definitive source and guide to life. Lutherans believe that we are saved by God’s grace and not by what we do. For more information on what Lutherans believe, please visit the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod’s website.
Our worship lasts about one hour.
Communion is celebrated almost every Sunday at all worship services, except in cases of special events.
To answer this question please visit our Communion Page.
Sunday School is at 9:00 am on Sunday mornings. Children can participate in-person or via Zoom.
The answer is nothing! You are our guest. We desire to show you hospitality, but do not require you to sign anything or to introduce yourself. Remain as anonymous as you like.
At Good Shepherd we believe the offering is an opportunity to honor God with one more part of life, namely our money. We don’t give an offering because we think that God needs our money or because we feel obligated to do so. The Bible tells us that God desires a cheerful giver. If you feel led by God to bring an offering, we would encourage you to do so, and join with us in discovering the blessings of generosity.