Come and Worship
We would love to have you be a part of our worshipping community. Come as you are.
First Sunday of the month we have a potluck meal that is served after worship.
9:15 AM Sunday School
10:00 AM Single Service
All of our worship services include Holy Communion. All who wish to partake of the body and blood of Jesus are welcome to do so.
Pastor Karl has accepted a new call to Messiah Lutheran Church in Amherst, New Hampshire. You can read his letter to the congregation. His last day as pastor at Christ the Good Shepherd will be on February 20. Pastor Karl's wife, Pastor Kim Hester, has also accepted a new call to Christ the King Lutheran in Nashua, New Hampshire. They are both thankful to God for new calls and as well as time and relationships shared here at Christ the Good Shepherd.
Epiphany is the season of the church year where God's self-revelation is emphasized. The word "Epiphany" comes from a compound word in the Greek "epi-" which means "upon" + "-phany" which means "to shine". The word "epiphany" means literally "to shine upon" and figuratively "to reveal" or "to make known". The season begins on the day of Epiphany (January 6 always) and then is bookended by "The Baptism of Our Lord" (January 13 this year) and "Transfiguration of Our Lord" (March 3 this year).
Monthly Joint Potluck
In order to have time for interaction and community building there will be a potluck following the first Sunday service of the month. Please plan to stay for a meal after worship. If you forget your dish to pass please come anyway. There is always enough food to go around--remember the loaves and the fishes.