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Which worship service should I attend?

Whether your preference for worship is contemporary or traditional, formal or casual, here at Good Shepherd, we believe there is a worship service for everyone. To learn more about our different services both on Sunday and during the week, please visit our services page.

How do I get to Good Shepherd?

For information about both of our locations, visit our  campuses page.

Where do I park at the Windsor Campus?

In addition to on-campus parking, space is available on Sunday mornings only at Tarrytown Shopping Center across Windsor, and Wells Fargo Bank one block east on Windsor. If you park on a street, please be sure you are not parked in a fire lane or blocking a driveway. And there is an underground, handicap accessible parking garage off of Exposition Blvd. between Gilbert St. and Windsor Rd.

Is the church handicap accessible?

Yes. Both above ground and below ground parking lots have designated handicap parking with access to both the Sanctuary and Parish Life Center. During campus improvements, we identified the need to increase the accessibility of our campus to all mobility levels.

Is there Sunday School for children?

We have wonderful offerings on Sunday mornings for our youngest members at both campuses. To learn more about Children Formation on Sunday mornings, visit our Children’s Ministry page.

Is there Sunday School for Adults?

Yes. At Good Shepherd we refer to Sunday School as Christian formation. On Sunday mornings, there are typically 2-3 adult formation offerings held before the 10:30a (Windsor Campus) and 11:00a (Woodland Campus) worship services. To see a current list of offerings, please visit our Adult Formation page.

Is there a nursery available for young children?

Yes. Every Sunday morning our nursery is available for children ages 0-3 on both campuses.

Can/Should I take Communion?

All baptized Christians, including children, are welcome to receive Communion in The Episcopal Church. All worshippers are welcome to receive a blessing at the altar platform during the distribution of Communion. Gluten-free wafers are available at the altar platform upon request. If during Communion you are unable to reach the altar platform, please notify an usher, and Communion will be brought to you. If you would simply like to receive a blessing, please proceed to the altar and cross your arms instead of holding them out to receive a wafer.

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