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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 - Ed Van Cott, Deacon - 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!

Blessed Lent to you! God bless you with a deeper connection with Jesus, The Lamb Who Was Slain (Revelation 5)!

Click here to see a video from Concordia Publishing House titled "What Is Lent?".

Adult Bible Class and Sunday School is at 9:15am!

Sunday: the Divine Service is 10:30am.

Lent Midweek Services are on Wednesday, at 4:30pm.

Maunday Thursday service, March 29 at 4:30pm ; Good Friday service, March 30 at 4:30pm.

The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated on March 11th, 25th and on Maundy Thursday, March 29th.

All facilities are wheelchair accessible.

(not really new, just improved) NOTICE: The Bible Reading Checklist you find on the "Web Links" page has been corrected.
Thanks to sharp-eyed Bible readers Bill and Peter, who caught our mistakes and reported them!

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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Up to date stuff appears at random intervals on our Facebook page, GoodShepherdLowellMI. Thanks to everyone who stops by and "likes" us! Check there from time to time to see what's shakin'.

There is now no condemnation for the ones who are In Christ Jesus. --Romans chapter 8, verse 1