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.



Join Amy-Jill Levine — Vanderbilt University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, and noted author — for an engaging series of lectures November 4-5:

  • Understanding Jesus Means Understanding Judaism
  • Pearls and Prodigals: The Parables of Jesus
  • Jesus of Nazareth: Piety, Politics, Practice and Prayer
  • Agreeing to Disagree: How Jews and Christians Read Scripture Differently

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Thursday, October 27 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. our Youth Team is hosting a FAFSA informational meeting for all 9th – 12th grade High School Students and their parents/ guardians, as well as any other non-traditional students who are either starting or returning to college.

Presenters Ronda McManus & Pr. Tom Schlotterback will give information about:
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Our congregation turns 60 years old in October. We are celebrating our congregation’s history and future all month long. Please consider making a special birthday gift of $60 dollars during October in an adult version of birthday pennies called Birthday Dollars.


In honor of our 60th, we are holding a raffle of a quilt that is part of our congregation’s history. The quilt, currently hanging in the sanctuary, was made for the Stewardship drive in the fall of 2009. The theme was “Sewing Seeds;” with this raffle, the quilt continues to sow seeds for the growth and life of this congregation. Tickets are $10 each or $50/six. You can purchase raffle tickets from council members, between services on Sundays, and by calling the church office, 656-1080. The drawing will be Reformation Sunday, October 30. Proceeds will support ongoing renovations in our current building.


Thursday, October 27 at 6:30 p.m., come enjoy an evening of organ and piano music appropriate to the season, performed by Stephanie Davis and a select few of her students. The 45-minute program includes “spooky” music from classical composers such as Bach, Mussorgsky, Boellmann, Bartok, and John Williams. It is always a fun evening for people of all ages. Costumes are welcome; no admission fee is charged; goodie bags are provided for the children.


It’s time to save your change. The noisy offering October 30 will be going to the Friendship House. The Friendship House of Christian Service is a community development agency that works with all ages, preschool children to grandparents. The programs are designed to develop leaders: leaders within families, leaders among peers, leaders within communities, leaders for the future, all rooted in the virtues of Christian discipleship. Friendship House provides preschool education, after-school and summer programs for all ages, as well as parenting classes and counseling.

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