June 9 & 23 | July 7 & 21 | August 4 & 18
in person only
Home began a few years ago as one environment to try new things in worship, and we’ll continue in that spirit this summer with singing, space and spiritual practices.
Come to experience rest and transformation in God's presence.
We're excited to worship with you in-person or online each Sunday! Our services typically last about one hour, and each service is the same style, so choose the time that works best for you.
Come as you are, whether joining us on site or from your breakfast table, couch, or car! You'll notice a family feel, where we are about people knowing people, where jumping in is encouraged and messiness is understood. We expect God to show up and fill us for lives in service to Him and others.
13 June 2021
Discussion Questions Read Acts 11:1–4. What do you notice about the difference between what the Jewish believers heard about the Gentiles and their criticism of Peter? What are some ways we respond to things in a similar way today?…
6 June 2021
Discussion Questions Read Acts 10:1–8. What do you notice about Cornelius? Who in your life is not necessarily “religious” but is “God-fearing”—maybe even prayerful and generous? The Holy Spirit intervenes in Peter’s life and changes his construct by showing…
1 June 2021
Discussion Questions Read Acts 8:26–40. What happened as Philip followed the prompting of the Holy Spirit? Have you ever had the Holy Spirit prompt you to go somewhere or do something? The Ethiopian official travelled at great time and…
Sundays 8:00 • 9:15 • 10:45
If you choose to worship in person, we aim to create a safe and welcome environment. Our ushers will welcome you and help you find a seat in our spacious sanctuary. Reflect as you gaze on the cross or out the windows overlooking the open landscape. Clap and raise your hands, or quietly take it all in. And when it is our time of offering, don’t feel obligated to give money. Giving is meant for people who consider Shepherd their church home. At some services, we offer communion, and anyone is welcome who believes in Jesus as their Lord and Savior.