One of the hallmarks of Lutheranism has been its commitment to life-long learning both in church and at home.  That’s not surprising for a movement that was born on a university campus and inspired by a teacher of the Bible and an important educational reformer.  Luther translated the Bible into German so that ordinary people could have access to it and then became a champion of education so they could read it.  Throughout its history, Christian faith has always been about worshipping God, serving the neighbor, and learning about what it means to be a person of faith in contemporary culture.  Faith always seeks understanding.

The Lutheran Church of The Good Shepherd is proud to follow in this tradition. While Scripture is at the heart of all that we do, we make every effort to connect the teachings of Scripture to the complex realities of everyday life in the world.  You’ll find a wide variety of opportunities for learning here at Good Shepherd.  We’re sure you’ll find one that appeals to you.  Learning never stops for followers of Jesus!