INVITING YOU HOME
Church of the Good Shepherd is a church plant in East Davie County.
We are dedicated to inviting others to follow Jesus and join us in growing as His disciples.
We believe that everyone is made by God in order to live a joyful and meaningful life,
and that this kind of life is found as we come under the care of Jesus Christ,
the Good Shepherd of our souls.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
At Church of the Good Shepherd we are people who are defined by the fact that Jesus laid down his life for us, and that through Jesus' death and resurrection, he has brought us under his care. And that's why "Good Shepherd" is in our name: we want to always be reminded of how Jesus loves us so that we can tell others how much he loves them.
Welcome to the website of the Church of the Good Shepherd!
We hope this site gives you the information you're looking for, and we would love to meet you face-to-face. If you have any questions or if you'd like to meet up for any reason, don't hesitate to contact us.
WHAT WE DO
Our mission is to invite others to follow Christ with us, grow in Christ together, and serve Christ in all persons in all places. This mission takes us to all sorts of places and calls us to love our next-door neighbor and strangers on the other side of the world.
ONLINE SERVICES during CORONA OUTBREAK
In light of the recommendations given by the CDC and the Federal and State Governments, and in order to love our neighbors well,
Church of the Good Shepherd will not be gathering in person during the Corona Virus outbreak.
Instead we are meeting online for our worship services.
Click the video below to see either our latest service or, if you catch us on Sunday mornings, a live service.
ON-LINE MEETING TIME
We meet for worship every Sunday at 10am.
WHEN & WHERE?
We meet for worship every Sunday at 10am
168 East Kinderton Bermuda Run, NC 27006
We meet at WinMock in Kinderton, which is located just off highway 158 in Bermuda Run, NC. Look for the green and white Good Shepherd signs to know where to park and where we are meeting within the WinMock property.