Church of the Good Shepherd offers worship services that appeal to a wide variety of engagement and experience. The Holy Eucharist is the foundation of every Sunday service. Each service includes music and a sermon, and both services engage attendants spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually.
This is the service that many have come to love and cherish in the Episcopalian tradition. The rite is historical; the music is traditional. The Good Shepherd Choir supports congregational singing through standard hymns and psalm settings, and they present a new Offertory Anthem each week in worship, as well as special services during the season of Advent and Lent.
Good Shepherd gets amplified at 11:15. For those who connect with more contemporary worship, this could be the service for you. ShepherdSong, our praise band, leads the music for this lively service.
Children are welcome to worship in the sanctuary with their families or attend Children’s Chapel for the first half of the service. Children meet for chapel in the Education Building at the beginning of the service and join their families for Holy Eucharist in the sanctuary. There are two age groups for Children’s Chapel: preschool – kindergarten and first – sixth grade. A well-staffed nursery is available, both services, for infants and toddlers. Pagers are available for parents while their child is in the nursery.
We also have a midweek service on Tuesdays at 9:30 am, led by our Rector, Rev. Tom Warne. Holy Eucharist is offered with special prayers for healing.