Welcome to Good Shepherd!

Here at Good Shepherd, we believe that we are called to celebrate God's love by worshipping and growing in our faith. As Jesus, the Good Shepherd, knows his sheep by name and is known by his sheep, we also strive to be a church where people feel connected to each other and engaged with the wider community. We invite you to worship, grow and serve with us.

The Mission: To celebrate God's love and grow together in faith, to serve the world in Christ's name.

The Spirit of Good Shepherd

From Good Shepherd's beginnings over 30 years ago in the basement of founding Vicar Art LeClair's home to our current congregation of 275 families and 800 members, parishioners have experienced a church community where they are known, loved, empowered and cared for. Good Shepherd is a friendly and welcoming congregation that is known for its tolerance of different views, its joyful and accessible worship, and its active community life, where people find ample opportunities for creating meaningful friendships and finding support in times of need.

Come and experience the Spirit of Good Shepherd!

Latest News

Posted 1 week 21 hours ago | General News

The Good Shepherd Pumpkin Patch has become a wonderful fall tradition in Centennial and the surrounding suburbs!  The Pumpkin Patch is an excellent place to come for pumpkins of all sizes and shapes. Our safe and child-friendly Patch is also a great location for a family outing. Children can explore and pull vintage red wagons around the patch while families shop for pumpkins.  Wonderful photo opportunities abound, as children explore the fall bounty with their families!

The Pumpkin Patch is open daily October 12 -October 31, from 10:00 am to dusk.

Posted 4 weeks 1 day ago

Beginning September 21, Fr. Craig MacColl, our Youth and Family Ministery, Alwen Bledsoe, and members of the Adult Education Committee will present a six-week Faith Forum series titled, "Questions of Faith." Each Sunday, from 8:50 am - 9:40 am in the chapel/conference room, we will explore how our Anglican/Episcopal heritage of incarnational faith helps us to respond to challenges we face as families, as Americans and as citizens of the world.

Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago | Sermons

If you're not able to get to church on Sunday, be sure to link onto Good Shepherd's Sermon page to read one of Fr. Craig MacColl's sermons. Included in the sermon are questions for you to reflect on at home, both on Sunday and during the week.

Posted 7 months 2 weeks ago

In the spring of 2014 Good Shepherd completed a successful capital campaign by raising over $450,000. This short video program was prepared to inform parishioners about our mission - to celebrate God's love and grow together in faith, to serve the world in Christ's name - and to inspire them to participate in the campaign.  Take a minute to view the video in order to learn more about our congregation, our history and our mission.