Pastor’s Greeting

Welcome to the website of Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church! We welcome Pastor Paul Doellinger as our interim worship leader. Shepherd of the Valley is currently going through the process of calling a new, full-time, permanent pastor.

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Worship – Sundays at 9:00am

Shepherd of the Valley Church Building Crosses

We gather to worship God and receive God’s gifts of forgiveness, new life, and eternal salvation in the Word and Sacrament. Our worship service begins with a time of confession and forgiveness, liturgy in the Lutheran Service Book, Bible study and sermon, prayer, Holy Communion, and Traditional Hymns.

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Sunday School & Events

See a full list of events and schedules in the Shepherd’s Voice in the News section of the website!  Or click on June 2017 Activity Calendar

Come share the joy of following Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, the Gospel of Identity Sundays, 10:30-11:30 AM.Have you ever actually read through a whole Gospel, maybe at one sitting?  There are four stories of Jesus in the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.  Have you ever read one from beginning to end? That is the challenge the Biblical Equipping Team is putting before everyone in our church starting this Sunday. We are challenged to read the Gospel of Matthew. Find out WHY in this edition of the Shepherd’s Voice.

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Recent Blog Posts

Changing times for Shepherd of the Valley means OPPORTUNITY for YOU!
While uncertain and change are always part of human life, ultimately the future is not uncertain.
While we all like to “go our own way,” and want to feel like we can do life “our way,” and are in control, we may forget that we are vulnerable and fragile, and that we do often get ourselves lost in the thorny thickets of life’s struggles and difficulties.
Christ is risen. He is risen indeed. Alleluia! These words begin and end our worship on each of the seven Sundays of Easter as an affirmation of the fact that Easter is not a day, it is a seven week long season that celebrates the resurrection of our Lord.
Maybe there is a bit of “doubting Thomas” in us all. The Good News is that the risen Lord met Thomas in the midst of his incredulity.

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