Worship Ministry


Worship is central to how we gather together as a community of faith.  Worship helps us to focus on God, learn about our faith, and be strengthened to serve God and others. 


For more information on worship times, click here.


If you'd like more information on any of these different ministries, please contact the church office at 908-685-1660 or office@gslutheranchurch.org

 GSLC Choir
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The choir is, of course, for those who love to sing.  This is a great ministry to be involved in for anyone who wants to make a "joyful noise"!


A Festival Choir augments the Sunday Choir for the seasons of Advent/ Christmas and Lent/Easter with four rehearsals before each season. Special programs like a Messiah concert for Christmas or Easter Cantata are offered at different times.  


Musical instrumentalists support festival worship services.  All brass, string, wind and percussion instrumentalists are invited to participate!

Grace Alive! 

Besides traditional worship music, Good Shepherd also "kicks it up a notch" with praise band and other, more modern, up-tempo music.


We enjoy all types of music, and Grace Alive! allows us to show that in a meaningful way.  


Singers help lead the congregation in song, while a wide range of instrumentalists help enliven worship and praise.  Folks play keyboards, guitars, bass, drums, flutes, cellos and more!  All are welcome to join in and share their gifts.

Worship stewards help make our worship experience rich and smooth!  Many people are engaged as stewards on Sunday mornings - some serve as worship assistants, ushers, acolytes or communion assistants.  Others bake bread, count offerings, welcome guests or serve in the nursery.  There's something for everyone!  Follow the button above to find out how you can serve as a Worship Steward at GSLC!

Prayer Ministers

Prayer and conversation with God are central to our life as faithful individuals and as community.  Prayer ministers are available during worship on the 2nd Sunday of each month to pray with worshippers during communion.  They are also available after worship and are willing to do home visits.