Welcome to Good Shepherd!
We invite you to worship, grow and serve with us!
We invite people to explore their life with God. We strive to equip individuals and families to live out their faith in the world so that they may answer Christ’s call to grow spiritually, live courageously and give generously.
To celebrate God’s love through worship and music, grow together in faith, and to serve the world in Christ’s name.
We are a congregation that cultivates and nurtures trusting relationships, building a loving community that welcomes all people. In serving others, we strive to reach people where they are, meaningfully touching their lives. We value our Episcopal traditions while embracing new and creative styles of worship.
This six-week series will help parishioners lay a foundation for deepening their relationship with God by inviting them to experience some different types of prayer that will help them to . . . continue reading
Many of us live super-busy lives and the stress takes a toll on our physical, emotional and spiritual health. However, studies have shown the value of quiet activities, such as meditation and prayer, in reducing the effects of stress and in finding peace. To help with this cause, Good Shepherd’s . . . continue reading
Over the years, Juice O'The Barley has established itself as one of the most sought after purveyors of Irish pub music in Colorado. Taking its name from a well-known--and much consumed--Irish beverage, THE JUICE performs contemporary versions of pub classics, . . . continue reading
5:45 pm Soup Supper, Readings and Sermon in the Parish Hall
Foot Washing Service Begins at 7:00 pm in Parish Hall
During a meal on this night, which is usually referred to as "The Last Supper," Jesus gave his disciples a new commandment of love - to love one another as Jesus . . . Continue reading . . .
The Easter Vigil service is the most ancient liturgy in the Christian Church and is the first celebration of Easter. Music will be led by EveningSong, our contemporary music group. The service begins outside underneath the entryway at 8 pm with the lighting of the "Easter Fire," and the procession . . . Continue reading
7:30 am, 9:15 am & 11:15 am
Easter Day is our celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Due to the large number of people who come to church on Easter Day, we celebrate Easter with three services.
Please join us as we honor and thank The Rev. Craig MacColl for his spiritual leadership throughout the last 13 years on Saturday, April 7th from 4 to 6 pm in the parish hall. We will be serving hors d’oeuvres along with wine and non-alcoholic punch. Continue Reading . . .