At the Church of the Good Shepherd, we believe it’s important to use all of the senses when we worship. We worship with our voices when we pray and sing. We worship with our ears when we listen to hymns and homilies and scriptures and the Mass. We worship with our noses as incense wafts heavenward. We worship with our hands when we pray the rosary or make the sign of the cross. We worship with our taste when we receive the sacrament. And we worship with our eyes when we gaze upon sacred art — from statues and icons to stained-glass and paintings.
Holy art inspires us. It helps us shed the secular and lose ourselves within the spiritual.
Thanks to the generosity of parishioners past and present, our parish is blessed with an abundance of sacred art. We welcome you to take a look around our gallery.
Better still, come join us for Mass, where you will be surrounded with the art — and the music, and the incense and the prayers — of worship. Someone will be happy to show you around after the service.