Building Faith for the GenerationsLutheran Church of the Good Shepherd is a vibrant community of faith that rejoices in the Grace of God, teaches the message of Jesus Christ, and ministers faithfully to all people.

Please join us for worship Sunday mornings at 9:00am or 11:15am;
Sunday School at 10:15am.

We’re located at 1108 24th St West in Billings, MT.


Adult Singers will sing again in worship on Sunday, December 11 at the 9:00 a.m. service. Final rehearsal with all singers will be Sunday, December 11 at 8:00a.m. If you are interested in singing with this group, please contact Dave Green or talk to him on a Sunday morning between services.

Youth (grades 6-12): Exciting events coming up in the next few months.

December 14 we have an old-fashioned hayride and Christmas Caroling.  We will meet here at the church at 6:00pm; dinner and hot cocoa will be provided.
This is the last confirmation/youth event of the year so be sure to come and enjoy the fun! (read more…)

The mitten tree is up in the narthex. WELCA (Women of the ELCA) is collecting scarfs, hats, & gloves for those in need. All the donated pieces will be going to the Friendship House on December 16.

On December 18 we will be having the Sunday School Christmas program in lieu of 11:15am worship.

We are having three services December 24; 3:00pm (children’s service, no communion), 5:00pm, & 7:00pm.

For Christmas day and New Year’s day we will be having only one service at 10:00am.

We are looking for people to volunteer to help usher, greet, and serve communion. Sign-up sheets are in the narthex.

Keenagers will meet Friday, January 6, 2017 at 11:30am for lunch at St. John’s.

Keenagers is a group of retirees that meet once a month for lunch and a program with topics and speakers varying each month. New attendees are always welcome. Sign-up sheets are in the narthex on the kiosk.

Deadline for the January meeting is Friday, December 30. If you have questions, please contact Adeline Schmidt, 652-1738.

Preparedness Information Sessions: “Life’s End Season” series

The purpose of these sessions is to cover the difficult topics of death and dying. We will discuss fears, beliefs, needs, personal wishes for the end of our own lives, and how to speak to our families. “Five Wishes” and other documents will be introduced. There will be two Sunday sessions on January 8 and January 15, 10:15am. Please contact Pastor Curt with any questions.


Rejoicing in the grace of God, teaching the message of Jesus Christ, and ministering faithfully to all people!