No matter where you come from, or where you've been - you are always welcome at Good Shepherd.
If you have been baptized with water in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, you are already a member of the Church with all the privileges and responsibilities delivered by God in the Old and New Testaments.
Those baptized are welcome to participate in any of our programs and to receive the bread and wine that are blessed as a sign of Christ's continuing presence in our individual lives and our shared worship.
As a member of our church, you will work, pray and give for the spread of the kingdom of God, and there are many ways for you to serve in the Church of the Good Shepherd. The parish administrator can put you on our mailing list, give you a pledge card and envelopes and provide you the names of our program leaders.
If you are new to the Christian faith and have yet to be baptized, remember that Christ's doors are always open. Adults who wish to be baptized or to have their children baptized should contact the parish office and make an appointment with the rector.
A dinner and educational program will be offered each month to help explain to newcomers and other interested members how we worship, the history of the church and the basic Biblical narrative, along with Christian stewardship, prayer, ethics and theology.