Worship

Impact to Services: COVID-19

As the global pandemic has evolved, we continue to adapt to its on-going and fluid nature.  In-person services are currently offered during the week and on Sundays per our schedule below.

We are following the CDC’s and Hamilton County Health Department’s guidelines on social distancing and mask wearing.

Our updated Sunday schedule, including online offerings, can be found below.  If you prefer to continue watching our services online during this pandemic, Morning and Evening Prayer are still taking place on our Facebook page.  Sunday services are simulcast on our Facebook page, YouTube channel, and are also available each Sunday on our Church Today page here on our website.  A full schedule of online services and activities is available on our COVID-19 update page.


Sunday Service Schedule

8:00 am      Holy Eucharist Rite II (service in the church)

10:30 am    Holy Eucharist Rite II (and livestreamed to Facebook Live and YouTube; service in the church)

5:00 pm      Holy Eucharist Rite II (service in the church)

Pre-registration for Sunday services is no longer required.  For more on our updated Covid safety protocols, click here.

 

Weekday Service Schedule

Daily Office on Facebook

  • 8:30 am – Morning Prayer with Kathleen Crevasse
  • 5:00 pm – Evening Prayer with Mtr. Michele Simmons (Mondays & Tuesdays)

Tuesdays
10:00 am    Intercessory Prayers and Holy Eucharist Rite II with healing prayers and anointing, in the church with Fr. Robert.

Wednesdays
5:30 pm      Reconciliation Eucharist with Fr. Robert or Mtr. Michele in church and also via Facebook Live

Thursdays
5:00 pm      Holy Eucharist with Fr. Robert or Mtr. Michele in the chapel


Pentecost worship 2013Worship Life

There are many opportunities for participation in the worship life of the Good Shepherd community. Worship in the Episcopal tradition requires leadership and work in many ways, some very artistic and some very practical. We invite you to join in! The word liturgy means “work of the people” – and it doesn’t “work” without you!

SUNDAY LECTIONARY READINGS


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