7:45 a.m. – Lay-led Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite I with Elizabethan language and no music
10:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite II using modern English with pipe organ, choir, and hymns
This Week's Sermon
In her sermon for Pentecost 23, Rev. Susan talks about what Jesus was saying when he described the signs of the end.
To listen to previous sermons click here.
At the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Hemet, California, we strive to be instruments of God’s peace. We are a fellowship of people from various walks and ways, learning from each other as we all learn from Jesus. Our worship is both traditional (keeping us grounded) and genuine (keeping us current).
Who Are Episcopalians?
We are followers of Jesus Christ. Apart from that, there are many differences between us. This is by design! The Bible says that humankind was made in God’s image. It doesn’t say that each human is the image of God; it refers to all humankind, together.
What to Expect
Are you new to Good Shepherd (or Episcopal worship) and not sure about what you’ll find? You’ve come to the right place!
Here are the six most important things to know about visiting Good Shepherd:
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