When & Where We Meet
The atmosphere is relaxed, worship is community-based, and our biblical messages are relevant to your daily life. Our ultimate goal is to help you grow deeper in your relationship with God.
Our hope is that you will come, connect, grow, and serve with us. We have ministries tailored to every member of our community – preschooler, youth, parent, professional, and/or senior adult. We also have small groups, mission trips, and special events throughout the year.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We look forward to getting to know you!
Sunday Worship – 10:00am
Services are currently available on our website, and
via Facebook Live through February, 2022.
Church of the Good Shepherd
400 W. Duarte Rd.
Arcadia, CA 91007
What To Expect
Visiting a new church, or re-connecting after a long while, can be an uncomfortable, and often confusing, experience. We know you have questions and we hope that you will feel welcome and accepted here at Christ Church! You might be wondering….
What are your Sunday Services like?
We are currently offering Sunday morning service from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary and on-line through the website and Facebook.
What should I wear?
At our services you’ll see individuals dressed in a variety of attire, sort of dressy casual, and during summer months, July-August, we dress in Hawaiian style attire.
What ways can I give?
You can give at our in person worship service or by going to our giving page here and giving securely online. The give button can also be found at the top of our website.
What about my kids?
Infants, Toddlers and Pre-School:
In this classroom, Sunday Schoolers color lesson pages, hear and read stories about Jesus, enjoy a snack, and have fun playing with toys and playground equipment.
The early elementary class for kindergarten through 2nd grade is family-friendly and fun! The teachers are kind and caring. Children learn about The Bible in ways that are understandable for younger ages.
3rd through 5th graders learn about how to find things in The Bible and read stories from it. They do crafts (like playing with clay), play games, cook food, and act out stories from The Bible.
6th through 8th graders learn about stories from The Bible and relate lessons to everyday life, learn Manners Moments, and play games like Apples to Apples and Scrabble (Bible versions!).
9th through 12th grades share highs and lows from the week, explore scripture lessons, and reasons for those concepts. They ask questions and discuss scenarios related to The Bible.