More than just a beautiful building

 

Church of the Good Shepherd is more than just a beautiful building – it's a loving, welcoming community. As we build our community, we are intentional about living out through the week the faith we practice on Sunday mornings.

Our classic liturgy and hymns are as beautiful as the surrounding stained glass and hand-carved wooden detailing in the sanctuary, and the beauty of the church and her liturgy lifts us up as we worship within her walls.

 

 
View of Church of the Good Shepherd from 10th Street

View of Church of the Good Shepherd from 10th Street

Location 

downtown wichita falls

Church of the Good Shepherd is located in downtown Wichita Falls, between 10th and 11th Streets, on Burnett Street. 

Click here to see our location on Google Maps and to get directions from your location to the church.

Worship

Sundays

7:30 a.m. Simple Said Mass

10:30 a.m. Solemn Sung Mass
(Nursery Available)

Discipleship

SUNDAYS

9:30 a.M. Sunday School

Wednesdays

5:30 p.M. Generations

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Deacon Bill reads the Gospel from the aisle.

Deacon Bill reads the Gospel from the aisle.

What to Expect

Classic liturgy,
friendly people

As you walk through the doors of Church of the Good Shepherd, you will be greeted with a smile and handed a bulletin to use as your guide through the service. It will have all of the words, music, and instructions you will need during your time in the pew.

Using the Book of Common Prayer, one of the greatest works of the English language, our parishioners are nourished with a substantive faith, with deep roots in a living tradition. All of our liturgies are saturated with the scriptures, with ample opportunity to meditate deeply on the word of God. In the sacramental life of the Church, God gives himself to us as gift and we give ourselves to him.  

Parishioners sit listening to a sermon.

Parishioners sit listening to a sermon.

How to Dress

formal or casual?

Some people come to our church in casual clothes, some come in their "Sunday best." Some dress up for high feasts, like Christmas and Easter, and dress more casually on other Sundays. We recognize that newcomers may come from a variety of backgrounds, and we warmly welcome you, however you choose to dress.