We have returned to in-person worship, albeit with limited attendance by registration only. Note the new protocols in place: masks and social distancing required; no Prayer Books, Hymnals or service leaflets (bring your device - we'll provide a scan code to access!); no handshakes, hugs or passing of the peace; and Communion with bread only. Full details here.
For those not yet comfortable to return for in-person worship, the service will air live at the link below, so that you can worship along with us. You will find links to these platforms, along with a downloadable Sunday bulletin, below. And we will provide Communion to those who do not attend the morning service Sundays between 1:00 and 1:30 pm. See below for details.
Holy Eucharist Rite II Christ the King Sunday
November 22, 2020
This service streams live at 10:00 AM.
Good Shepherd is blessed to have a talented ensemble to elevate worship and inspire through spiritual and historical music. Thank you to Debbie White, Paul and Lydia Schweizer, Ian Anderson, and Timm C. Johnson-Reynolds, Music Director and organist.
Missing your church family? Drop in to Courtyard Connection coffee hour fellowship at Good Shepherd every Sunday morning at 11:30 on Zoom. Click on the link to our group conversation below.
Meeting ID: 814 9652 3745
We will offer the consecrated host to any who wish to receive on Sundays between 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm. This will not be a full service, but rather an opportunity for members of Good Shepherd to visit the sanctuary, commune with God, and receive the consecrated bread, the Body of Christ.
We strive to make this experience comfortable for all parishioners. We ask that all who participate refrain from approaching one another - no hugs or handshakes please! - and don't linger and congregate afterward. Staff will be on site to ensure proper social distancing for those participating.
You can read and print sermon transcripts, access additional commentary and resources, and leave comments or questions for Fr. Doug at The Rector's Corner
Find the appointed readings on the Lectionary Page in calendar format.
Service liturgy, psalms, and prayers.