Baptism is a time to experience grace as we are invited into new life in God’s family.
In Baptism, God grabs hold of us and promises to never let go. Baptism is also a time for friends, family and the Good Shepherd community to promise to help those baptized grow in their love for God, each other and the world.
We invite all to join our meal at the Lord's table. We practice open communion.
In the spring, we celebrate First communion for children around age 9-10 in worship. It is a time to learn and remember that Jesus died and was raised “for all.”
During the workshop leading up to this day, children and parents are given the opportunity to learn about the significance of Communion, learn the logistics around Communion at Good Shepherd, bake bread and create their very own communion ware!
Consider joining this ministry if you are a crafter!
Every year, we send over 300 quilts to the Lutheran World Relief and help warm those in need! When one experiences illness, loss of a child or other personal crisis, a physical, touchable expression of care and concern can be very important. Our quilters create that expression of care through their quilts that provide comfort and encouragement to those who may be hurting.
At Good Shepherd, we invite all to practice a variety of musical offerings and expressions to worship through a growing number of vocal and instrumental groups. We believe that group music-making can nurture and inspire us through engaging musical experience, meaningful participation in worship, and opportunity for friendship and community building. Contact email@example.com for more information. Our schedule between Labor Day - Memorial Day is as follows:
At this time, our children's choir is part of an integrated Sunday School program that meets during Sunday School on Sundays at 10:00 am.
Our ukulele group meets on Mondays at 5:30-6:30 pm.
Handbell choir meets on Wednesdays at 5:30-6:30 pm.
Adult choir meets on Wednesdays at 6:30-7:30 pm.