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The navigation box above is colored green, the color of the paraments (cloths that decorate the altar) for the Pentecost season. This season is also called "the half-year of the Church," since the other half of the liturgical calendar focuses on the work and person of Jesus. By "the Church" we mean not any particular institution or denomination, but the sum total of all those who are trusting in Christ to save them, and testifying of His saving grace; so this half-year is really about Jesus too! The color green reminds us of growing things (timely here in the planet's northern hemisphere), because the assigned readings in our Divine Services instruct us in growing in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.

10305 Bluewater Highway, Lowell MI, 49331... (M-21 halfway between Lowell and Saranac) [see map]
- Joe Fremer, Pastor - Ed Van Cott, Licensed 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!

God bless you, in the name of God the Father, Jesus His Son, and the Holy Spirit!

Adult Bible Class and Sunday School will start a new season on September 25th at 9:15am.
Sunday: the Divine Service is 10:30am.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated September 11 and September 25.

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