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Welcome Home

A Note from the Rector
Rev. Leslie Ferguson Horvath

We hear frequently from visitors and members alike that Good Shepherd feels like home. As a welcoming family of believers, we are excited about what God is doing in each of us individually, amongst us as a parish, and through us in service to others. Our family welcomes you to join us in worship, study, and service.

Service Times

8:30 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II (spoken)

10:30 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II (with choir)

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jan. 30

Men's Bible Study

1:00 PM

All men are invited to participate in this small group Bible study.

 

We will continue our study of the Gospel of Matthew this week, concentrating on chapters 19-27.

Feb. 1

Wednesday Night Class

6:30 PM

Join us for a fun conversation as we review the book, Holy Grounds: The Surprising Connection Between Coffee and Faith by the Rev. Tim Schenk.

Feb. 5

First Sunday Breakfast

9:30 AM

Share in our monthly potluck breakfast between services. Bring a dish or treat to share as we enjoy having a chance to fellowship with one another.

HELPFUL INFORMATION

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ABOUT OUR CHURCH

Good Shepherd has been a steady presence in the Greer community for more than 100 years. Through all the tumult and changes in that time, we continue in our mission to welcome worship, study and serve Jesus Christ.

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WHAT TO EXPECT

You can expect to be welcomed! The Episcopal Church uses the Book of Common Prayer for worship. However, whether you attend at 8:30 or 10:30, you'll find the order of service in an all-inclusive bulletin.

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May I receive communion? How do I become a member? Is the church wheelchair friendly? Where should I park? Find the answers to those questions at the link below.

IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

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