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We would love to come along side you in offering our prayers, support and encouragement, embracing both the challenging and uplifting aspects of your journey. Please send us your prayer request or praise today!
No matter what stage your relationship is in—whether you’re engaged, experiencing a fulfilling season of marriage, encountering a plateau, or facing marital discouragement and distress—Good Shepherd is here to support you with resources to strengthen your marriage. Click the button below to explore the array of offerings and discover how we can assist you on your marital journey.
Here at Good Shepherd, we believe baptism to be an outward symbol of a person’s faith in Jesus Christ. Baptism does not make a person righteous or get you to Heaven, but it is a next step for all believers.
Baptisms are during weekend services several times throughout the year. Signup below, and someone will connect with you before our next baptism weekend!
Are you in search of a meaningful career that allows you to serve the community of Good Shepherd and be an integral part of God’s work? Join our dedicated team and become an integral part of our church and our outreach to the community.
If you are excited about this opportunity, we invite you to click the button below to learn more.
Nahamani Garden stands as a heartfelt tribute to babies who have tragically passed away, encompassing those lost through stillbirth, miscarriage, abortion, or within their first year of life. Its profound purpose is to provide solace and support to the families and individuals affected by such heartbreaking loss.
To discover more about Nahamani Garden and access details regarding the submission of names for the memorial stone, please click the button below.
The book-at-a-time Bible reading plan provides two readings for each day. The first reading alternates between Old Testament and New Testament books and the second reading takes us through the wisdom books and Isaiah. “Reflection” days can be used for meditation, fasting or even catching up on reading.
Click below to find more information like downloadable PDFs or online read-through groups.
Loved Ones is a disability ministry reaching people of all ages; from babies all the way up to adults. We recognize that this can be a very broad spectrum, it is our desire to come alongside everyone.
We offer buddies/friends for those who need one-on-one, Respite Saturdays once a month, parent support groups and a weekly class on Saturday nights during church.
Click the button below to learn more and get signed up!