The lord calls us to worship!

A place for you and families to worship, praise

and receive God's gifts.


Saturday Services:

5pm Worship Service in the Sanctuary

Combination of Traditional and Contemporary Music


Sunday Services:

8am Traditional Worship Service in the Sanctuary

This service will be live streamed.

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9:30am Bible Studies and Sunday School 

For information on classes offered in-person and online, click HERE.

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10:45am Contemporary Worship Service in the Gym

 This service will be live streamed.

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10:45am Traditional Worship Service in the Sanctuary

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You can find the recordings of our worship services HERE.


Mask Update:

Tri-County Health has issued a public health order requiring face coverings indoors in all public areas regardless of vaccination status. The public health order will go into effect Wednesday, November 24, 2021 through January 2, 2022. We want to respect the feelings of our entire congregation but do not intend to be legalistic or enforce the wearing of masks indoors when we are gathering as a family. Thank you for your understanding. Please stay tuned for further updates. 


Please read the following letter from Ed Barstad, Congregational President

"After a few visits to Shepherd, we saw a difference in how our children were learning about God and Jesus. We all started to look forward to church. The Young Marrieds group invited us to a bbq and we joined their Bible study. We quickly gained this amazing family. There are so many great events to attend to nurture our relationships with each other and Jesus. Coming to Shepherd of the Hills is one of the best blessings God has given us."

- Stacy and Russell Cote

Missionary of the Month

Rev. Joel & Deaconess Clarion Fritsche |  Dominican Republic


Rev. Joel Fritsche serves the LCMS in the Dominican Republic by providing instruction and support for seminarians in the region as well as providing instruction to many deaconesses in the Dominican Republic. Rev. Fritsche is also the pastor of Iglesia Luterana de Pueblo Nuevo. Great news-the Concordia Seminary the Reformer Deaconess program (140 current students) throughout 5 countries will graduate over 80 deaconesses next May – Dominican Republic, Mexico, Guatemala, Panama and Venezuela. The best news is Clarion was recently consecrated as a Deaconess and looks forward to serving families in Pueblo Neuvo. She will be instrumental in sharing the Good News to families who need the promise of Salvation through Christ our Lord. To read more about Rev. Joel and Deaconess Clarion Fritsche, click HERE.

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For more information on all of our missionaries, please visit our Missions Page.

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