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The navigation box above is colored purple, the color of the paraments (cloths that decorate the altar) for the church season known as "Lent". The color is based on the purple robe that was put on Jesus by Roman soldiers after they flogged Him (see the Gospel of John, chapter 19). They mocked Him as "the king of the Jews", but we acknowledge Him as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

10305 Bluewater Highway, Lowell MI, 49331... (M-21 halfway between Lowell and Saranac) [see map]
- Joe Fremer, Pastor - 616-897-8307 -

About us: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is a conservative Lutheran church that combines traditional Lutheran worship with serious Bible-based teaching in a friendly atmosphere. We seek to avoid the two extremes: not too stuffy, and not too showy: in other words, just right!

God bless you in this holy season of Lent!
Sunday: Adult Bible Class is at 9:15am.
Divine Service is at 10:30am.
Lenten Midweek Services take place on Wednesday afternoons, 4:30pm. This Lent we are focusing on "The Changeless Christ in a Changing World."

The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated on March 24th and 31st.

Our JUST THE FACTS class starts Thursday, March 14th. This is a class for people who want to become familiar with the basics of Lutheran-style Christianity. We will meet five Thursday nights, 7pm to about 8:30. If you are a lifelong Lutheran, it’s a great refresher course; if you're just curious about who the Lutherans are (or should be!), Pastor Fremer will do his best to make it plain. Bring a Bible you can understand and join us for these five sessions.

All facilities are wheelchair accessible.

funky old TV -- VIDEO INVITATION -- View a brief invitation video from Pastor Joe which was made a few years ago. Thanks to the Michigan District for making this possible.

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Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. --Jesus