Worship at Good Shepherd
Worship is a centerpiece of Good Shepherd’s congregational life- Sunday morning, seasonal services such as Christmas and Holy Week and special occasions when the congregation is called to worship. Good Shepherd has both a traditional Lutheran Worship based on the congregation’s worship book- the Evangelical Lutheran Worship (or ELW) and a contemporary ‘Sing And Rejoice’ worship led by ‘CrossView’, our praise team. Both worship services feature the preaching of the Word and also the sharing of the Communion Meal. Good Shepherd believes that sharing this Word and Meal is open to all who gather seeking to be drawn into the awareness of God’s presence spirited by Jesus the Risen Christ.
Since music is an integral part of worship, Good Shepherd welcomes a variety of musical offerings and opportunities for individuals to share their solo voices and musical instruments to enhance public worship.
9:00 a.m. – Traditional Service: Liturgy of Word and Sacrament with preaching, readings and Choral Offerings.
10:00 a.m. – Education & Fellowship: Christian learning for youth and adults.
11:00 a.m. – Contemporary Service: A Contemporary Praise Service of song and Holy Communion, featuring the Crossview Band and vocalists.
Our home-based Bible Study program encouraging conversation and community around matters of faith and the Bible.