9:00 am - Holy Eucharist, Rite I
10:30 am - Holy Eucharist, Rite II
12:05 pm - Holy Eucharist &
Sacrament of Healing
*See below for COVID protocols*
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd is a worship-centered community that celebrates diversity, honors tradition, and transforms hearts and lives by building relationships across borders and spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. We walk a "middle way" between the Reformed (Protestant) and Roman Catholic traditions, seeking to express the fullness of Biblical faith through liturgy, teaching, fellowship, and service. Click here for more info.
COVID-19 Protocols (as of October 18, 2022)
Signing-in NO LONGER REQUIRED.
Masking OPTIONAL for fully vaccinated individuals at all worship services and parish gatherings.
N95 or equivalent masks are available upon request.
All ministers (clergy and lay) must be masked while administering Communion or Unction.
Separate chalices for drinking and intinction remain in-use per diocesan guidelines.
Nursery Care provided for fully vaccinated children; unvaccinated children must wear a mask.
Coffee Hour and other in-person, indoor gatherings are allowed with no restrictions.
The Adult Interest Group continues to meet via Zoom on Sundays at 9:00 am. Contact Midge Noble to sign up for the class.
If You Have a Positive COVID Test
Anyone who has visited the church for any reason and receives a positive COVID-19 test result is asked to notify the church office.
"I am the good shepherd.
I know my own and my own know me."
Find your place here...
Good Shepherd has a variety of ministries for every age, to deepen your faith and to serve God and one another. No matter who you are, where you are on your spiritual journey, or what your gifts and interests may be, there is a place for you in our community! We want to help you connect with God's unique call for your life. Visit our ministries page for more information.