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We are excited to meet you! Feel free to email or call with questions, and browse our site for information. We are a relaxed crowd who take our faith seriously in wanting to glorify Jesus by living His mission well.

Sunday Worship

Sundays at 9:30am

2nd floor of the Fellowship Hall
Church of the Good Shepherd, Bryn Mawr.

Join us as we pray for ourselves and others, worship in song, hear a message from the Bible and have some announcements. During worship, feel free to sit, stand, raise your hands, or stick them in your pockets - however you feel comfortable.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us below!

Recent Sermons

  • Hike with Your Head Up!

    Speaker: Jason Guynes
    The story of Ezra speaks to the need for genuine repentance when sin has nearly ruined us. Acknowledging that their sin had left them spiritually bankrupt, the exiles had to admit their failures and go to extreme measures to correct them. When God calls us to turn back toward Him so we can accomplish what He has set for us, we must be willing to make significant changes to honor Him.

  • As Never Before!

    Speaker: Jason Guynes
    After the exile, the people were hungry to worship God fully and correctly. The rebuilding of the Temple wall afforded the people the opportunity to honor God’s Word in ways that hadn’t been experienced in years. When God calls us from exile into community centered around His Word, there’s reason to worship - when our hearts are committed to honoring the Lord, we celebrate Him as never before.

  • Worship Again!

    Speaker: Jason Guynes
    When Israel returned from exile, they had to relearn how to worship God. Nehemiah had rebuilt the wall in Jerusalem; now it was time to restore worship. In these verses, the exiles are reminded that true worship is both volitional and rooted in deep appreciation of the Scriptures. If we are to worship God as He deserves, then we must consistently open our hearts to hear the Scriptures.

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