The purpose of The Ministry of Worship and Music at Good Shepherd is to meet the need for a wide variety of corporate and individual worship experiences, and to provide opportunities for musical expression to all skill/age levels of the congregation. Good Shepherd places a great emphasis on the quality and variety of its worship and music experiences, always emphasizing the importance of the Word of God.

Holy Communion is celebrated at every service on the First and Third weekends of the month and on all major festivals. It is celebrated at all 5:00PM Saturday evening services.  All baptized believers in Jesus Christ are welcome to commune. 

We are delighted to work with family and friends of Good Shepherd at key moments in your life. That may include preparing for marriage, baptism into the church, or for a funeral or memorial service. Contact us for more information.


Saturday at 5:00PM - Woven Worship

Sunday at 8:00AM - Traditional Worship

Sunday at 9:00AM - Family Worship

Sunday at 9:30AM - Contemporary Worship

Sunday at 11:00AM - Traditional Worship

Sunday at  5:45PM - NOSH @ UC Edge House

Which service should I choose?

What to expect from a Sunday service?


Flowers are a way to beautify the worship space and are a wonderful way to celebrate an anniversary, birthday or the memory of a loved one. A flower chart is available in the church lobby. The church is happy to order flowers for you at the cost of $25.00. If you prefer to order your own arrangement, please have them delivered to the church between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Friday. For more information, please contact Debbie Jones. Order forms for Poinsettias and Easter Flowers will be posted on the web about 4 weeks prior to the event.


Good Shepherd's Pipe Organ was completed in August 1991.
It was built by the
Bunn-Minnick Organ Company in Columbus, Ohio.
The organ consists of 3 manuals, 45 ranks and 2732 pipes.

Good Shepherd rededicated the Nave on Reformation Sunday, 10/28/12,which highlighted remodeling and the re-voiced organ.  Watch a fascinating time-lapse video of the organ installation set to Toccata (Allegro) from Symphony No. 5 In F Minor, Op. 42, No. 1 for Organ. (CCLI: Glorious Pipes/Simon Preston)




Greeters use their gifts of hospitality to help welcome people – especially visitors – to the church.