Good Shepherd is an Episcopal Church that offers Rite 1 (8 a.m.) and Rite 2 (10:15 a.m.) Sunday services and a Thursday Communion service (12:10 p.m.). Services are led by our Rector. All are welcome to attend our worship services, and all Baptized Christians are welcome to take Communion.
Special ceremonies, such as Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals, are offered at Good Shepherd to current and past parishioners, as well as non-parishioners who desire to accept Christ into their lives and live as Christians through the covenant of Baptism. When applicable, pre-counseling will be done with the Rev. Marjorie Bevans prior to the ceremony.
Arrangements to have post-service gatherings in Good Shepherd's Bailey Parlor can be made through Linda Crocker, our Parish Ministries Coordinator.
To inquire about our services:
Our youth have many opportunities to engage in Christian Formation at Good Shepherd.
Youth can be a part of the Drama Club, which practices after the 10:15 a.m. service and performs original plays several times a year during the that service.
Pre-teens and teens can be a part of our EYF (Episcopal Youth Fellowship). This group is very active with service projects and fun projects, including ski trips and other outings.
The most active program at Good Shepherd is our Acolyte Program.
The Christmas and Lenten seasons are so beautiful at Good Shepherd.
Between the full Choir, all the Acolytes, the efforts of the Altar Guild, and the Christian Formation Group, these services are the most inspiring and memorable moments that our parishioners experience.
There are no words to describe how being a part of these services impacts the way in which our parishioners lead their lives as Christians.
You are welcome to join us for any of our services.