There are two worship services every week at Good Shepherd that are more traditional in liturgy.
Sunday Mornings at 8:00
The Sunday 8:00 am service provides an early morning traditional worship service with a more intimate feel. Held in the Sanctuary, this service includes time-honored hymns led by the organ; sacred vocal solos are often featured as well. Liturgical readings allow those in worship to hear God's Word spoken by individuals from the body of Christ. The gift of prayer is included throughout the service. The Pastor's message reflects God's messages from scripture, and relates Biblical stories and lessons to today's times. The 8:00 service offers the sacrament of Communion each Sunday.
Sunday Mornings at 9:30
The Sunday 9:30 am service is rich in tradition. This service offers a chance to worship in the Sanctuary with others who share a desire for a traditional worship experience. Music is typically led by the organ and includes the Festival Choir during much of the year, as well as other soloists. A wide range of sacred music presents Biblical teachings through musical expression. Liturgical readings are delivered by members of the Congregation; the Pastor's share the weekly message which connects the enduring lessons of Jesus Christ to today's environment. The 9:30 Service includes many opportunities for prayer.