Welcome to Good Shepherd Church

Sunday Service at 10:30 am

Sunday School for all ages at 9:00 am

Our Mission is to:

KNOW Jesus by faith and worship Him, GROW in Jesus, SHOW the love of Jesus to others, and GO share what Jesus has done.


Whether you are a lifelong member or a newcomer, when you come through the doors of Good Shepherd Church our prayer is that you are made to feel like family. As forgiven people, living in the grace of God, we want more and more people to experience the joy and freedom that can only be found in Jesus Christ.  We hope to see you this Sunday!









Latest Sermons

It Is Finished! Now What? – 1 John 2:1-14

It Is Finished! Now What? – 1 John 2:1-14

April 14, 2024

This Sunday, as we get into the 2nd chapter of 1 John, we begin to look at what happens once our sins are forgiven through Christ. At that point, once we have been cleansed of all our unrighteousness, is it up to us and our power to keep ourselves clean? Or, is there another, greater power available to us? Are the rest of the words in 1 John meant to make us question our faith, or give us assurance? Come hear what John has to say to us, the Beloved.

The Life and Light of Christ – 1 John 1:1-10

The Life and Light of Christ – 1 John 1:1-10

April 7, 2024

This Sunday we begin a new series in the book of 1 John. Throughout this letter, we will see that John is correcting heretical teaching that has worked its way into the Church. In the first chapter, we will see him address a wrong view of who Jesus is and a wrong view of who we are. And we will see that his teaching is just as applicable for us as it was in the day he wrote it. Come hear about both the life and light of Christ.

Easter: Death Devoured – Isaiah 25:6-9

Easter: Death Devoured – Isaiah 25:6-9

March 31, 2024

On this Resurrection Sunday we will be looking at Isaiah's prophecy of a day in the future when death would be swallowed up forever. Even in the midst of judgment and exile, the prophet looked forward to the day when death was devoured, a feast was prepared, tears were wiped away, and sin and shame were gone. While we live and rejoice in the partial fulfillment of this prophecy, we wait along with Isaiah for its ultimate fulfillment when Christ returns. Join us as we celebrate the empty tomb which made it all possible!

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