Sunday Services

Join us for limited-occupancy Sunday worship by sign-up.


Fall-Winter Schedule (Beginning September 19)

9:00 am - No congregational song

11:00 am - Full congregational song

4:30 pm - Peace Service with full congregational song


Please note: Congregational singing, which significantly heightens the risk of viral spread is not currently recommended for unvaccinated

individuals. If you or anyone in your household is unvaccinated, please make an informed decision about your participation.



Sermons from previous Sundays are available online.


Worship at Good Shepherd

Comfortable and Relevant.  At Good Shepherd, you are encouraged to “come-as-you-are.” We welcome you wherever you are on your faith journey. We explore life in God’s love through Scripture, message, prayer, and praise. You can follow along in the worship bulletin and in the hymnal. Bibles are in every pew. "Come-as-you are" also means that you can dress however you are most comfortable. We welcome all here. 


Liturgical.  We celebrate Holy Communion, a taste of God’s grace, at every service. We use liturgies from Evangelical Lutheran Worship, as well as from other resources. The services are firmly rooted in the traditions handed down through generations, yet are casual and personal. Services are based on a pattern of Gathering, Word, Meal, and Sending.


Modern and Inspiring.  Music borrows from the best of traditional Lutheran hymnody, contemporary Christian, world music, Taizé meditations, spirituals, and folk traditions is a meaningful element of Good Shepherd's worship services. Musical leadership includes choir, piano, organ, guitars, bass, drums, and soloists.



Children in Worship

At Good Shepherd, as Jesus did, we welcome all of God’s children as integral members of the body of Christ.  As members of our faith community, children serve in worship and participate as part of the congregation. You can feel comfortable that your children will be welcome in worship. We’d like to bring to your attention some spaces and activities designed for children to experience and participate in worship according to their needs.

  • Prayground, located at the first row of pews on the left side of the sanctuary, exist for young families with children ages 0-3 to experience worship up-close and comfortably. 
  • Activity bags with books and coloring supplies are available on the stand right outside the doors to the Sanctuary. After worship, just put the bag in a basket beneath the stand.
  • The Haven is a glassed-in annex at the right rear of the Sanctuary, and it’s a handy place to worship when your child is restless. 
  • Our Church Nursery in not currently in operation.


Getting to Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd is located on the southeast corner of Creedmoor and Sawmill Roads in North Raleigh. Entrances to the parking lot are located on both Creedmoor and Sawmill Roads. Once you get here, enter the church through the large front doors at the center of the building. Grab a cup of coffee before or after worship. An usher will give you a bulletin at the Sanctuary door and can answer any questions you may have. Grab a seat, get comfortable and prepare your heart for worship.