Christian Formation

We have several Sunday worship services from which to choose, each with a different feel and tempo. For spiritual growth, we offer a coordinated Christian Formation program for all ages. In addition to Sunday programs, the Church of the Good Shepherd also offers several weekday services and classes, to meet a variety of schedules and interests. There are many ways for people to share in the mission and ministries of the Church of the Good Shepherd.

The Church of the Good Shepherd offers several opportunities to learn about our spiritual heritage, hear and appropriate God’s word, and discuss and ponder the things of God among friends.

Adult Sunday School - 2020

THE STORY for Adults
Led by Rev. Milton Black & Rev. Philip May
9:30 a.m. in Munds Hall Auditorium
The Story is a resource that makes the Bible more understandable than ever. All of the stories of the Bible have been collected from a contemporary translation and are placed in chronological order, so it reads like a novel.

THE STORY for Parents
Led by Rev. William Campbell at 9:30 a.m.
in Dobbins Hall Classroom
This class will not only take parents through the Bible, but will also help parents guide their children through the Bible.

ADULT INQUIRERS CLASS - (Offered in the Spring)
Episcopal 101
Led by Rev. Frank Fuller at 9:30 a.m.
in Munds Hall Library
This class is especially designed for those who want basic Christian education on the foundations of the Episcopal Church and adults who would like to be either confirmed or received in the Church.

Wednesday Evening Classes

Led by Rev. Philip May
from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Zoom Online or in the Parlor in-person
RSVP to Fr. Philip at
Contact Fr. Philip at to be added to one of  the Zoom Meetings and if you would like to come in person.
“Deeper into The Story” is an opportunity to learn more about the story behind The Story. Learn more about the historical setting of the great events we hear in scripture, the characters that emerge and the world in which the great drama of our salvation takes place.

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
in Dobbins Hall Adult Classroom
RSVP to Fr. Frank to reserve your seat at
Through the centuries, the last book of the Bible, the Revelation, has given hope to Christians through persecutions, plagues, wars, and catastrophes. The text has confused, befuddled, inspired, and enraged interpreters for two millennia. This class will try to read closely the visions of the seer John, seeking light to live by for our own times.