VISITING US?

Visiting a church can be an overwhelming experience when you don't know what to expect. At Good Shepherd the first thing you should expect is to be warmly welcomed no matter who you are. We love visitors and want you to feel at home. We don't care how much you know, what you wear or whether you can sing or not. We're just glad you're here. 


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

ARE ALL THE SERVICES IDENTICAL?

The sermon and sermons series are identical at both Moss and Zoar campuses. At our Spanish speaking service, the sermon is translated into Spanish. The worship music may vary depending on the campus you attend, but the core service is identical. 

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

We have a casual environment at Good Shepherd. You'll find a variety of wardrobe styles any given Sunday from jeans and t-shirts to ties and sport coats. We don't care how you dress...we're just glad to see you! 

WHERE DO MY CHILDREN GO?

We have excellent children's programming on Sunday mornings from birth to 8th grade. Check out the Children and Students page for more information. 

DO YOU TAKE UP A COLLECTION?

We challenge our churchgoers to be generous with their resources, however, we do not require anyone to give. You also won't see a collection plate passed around during the service at Good Shepherd. Instead, we have Giving Baskets as you exit the  Worship Center for you to drop in your tithes and offerings.  

WHAT HAPPENS DURING WORSHIP?

A typical worship service lasts aout 60 minutes. During that time you can expect energetic music with a full band, engaging lighting and video, corporate prayer and Biblically-based teaching. PLEASE NOTE: lighting and visuals may include periodic flashing and/or moving lights.

WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?

Visitors should plan to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start of the service in order to check your children into the children's areas, grab a cup of coffee and find a seat.