We, the people of Good Shepherd, extend to you the hospitality of Christ. We invite you to experience God’s love and grace as we do. Everyone is welcome. We are a lively cross+generational, gathered people following Jesus Christ, the Savior of the World, and his teachings. We are committed to growing and sharing Vibrant Faith. We also love to laugh.
Meeting the Neighbors
We’re going to the Ferguson Farmers Market This Saturday. Stop by and say hello.
Blessing Our Pets
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.
- In Community
- To Love.
- To Serve.
- To Worship.
We are children of God. We are redeemed by God’s love. We believe we are called to respect all people, honoring age, race, heritage, gender, and economic status. We are called to share our gifts and work as partners with all our neighbors and those in far away places. We are called to come together in worship, relationships and service. In order to live a Vibrant Faith in all that we do, we covenant with one another to these spiritual practices.
The Four Keys to Vibrant Faith.
I will seek to practice
- Caring conversations
- Rites and Traditions
Sunday Worship at 8:15AM and 10:45AM
Sundays 9:30AM begins with Story Time and 10:00 – 10:30 Kid Friendly Worship. All downstairs. We believe all children are God’s Children. We support families in learning to be faithful
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|Anointing the Sick||Special Blessings for any occasion|
Call the office for details.
Spirit Alive brings contemporary worship music to the sanctuary of Good Shepherd on the third Sunday of each month. Come, sing to the Lord.
500 Years of the Reformation
Throughout the year we share in many cross+generational special events. Servant-hood projects, fellowship gatherings, game nights, paper airplane contests, indoor snowball fights, picnicking and more. Look for announcements in the bulletins and here.
A church-wide organization working collaboratively with congregations, synods, agencies and institutions, and other partners to accompany congregations as growing centers for evangelical mission and to build capacity for evangelical witness and service in the world to alleviate poverty and work for justice and peace.
Our mission is to uplift and promote service to the people around us through member organizations working together. While the original members are all North St Louis County/City ELCA congregations, membership is open to grow to include other denominations and/or groups in the St. Louis area. See the CIS website for more information.