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*** We thank all those who have worshiped with us on Zoom and Facebook Live during our 16-month quarantine.

Our 8:00 service is continuing online ONLY.

Our 10:30 service is now open in person. All worshipers must wear masks; those who are vaccinated will be permitted to sit closer together. You may also continue to worship with us on Zoom or watch our livestream on Facebook. ***

Those on ​Good Shepherd's email list receive links to our Zoom services. Others will be able to watch the services on our Facebook page; you don’t need a Facebook account to join us. Interaction is only available to those who Zoom in. If you begin watching early, you may have to refresh your browser to see the video. If you miss the service, fear not: it will be available on Facebook for viewing afterward.

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​The Little Church with the Big Heart

We welcome you as you are, with all your joys, fears, doubts, and questions, with no strings or agendas. 

We welcome you for where you’ve been, with all the gifts and hurts you’ve received from other places and people in your life. God loves you … no matter what. 

We welcome you into a community. We pray together. We gather every week to look and listen for God at work, to refuel for daily life, and to go back out to serve the world. 

We welcome you into Christianity. We follow and trust in Jesus Christ, the very face of God. We baptize with water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. We prepare for baptism as groups of people who grow and learn together. 

We welcome you to the Episcopal Church. We’re an old church with many traditions, and we’re also changing and growing. We center our lives around the Bible, church tradition, reason, and personal spiritual experience. 

We invite you to join the Church of the Good Shepherd, and we pray that it may become your home base for a faithful life. 


 Shield of the Episcopal Church