Church of the Good Shepherd
The Church of the Good Shepherd has been serving the people of Low Hill, within the Parish of Bushbury since 1929. The original church was destroyed by fire in 1946 and replaced in 1956. Owing to structural problems, this was demolished and the church community relocated to the building alongside, 'The Shepherd Centre'. This church owned community building was built next to the church and opened in 1989. Work was undertaken in 2000 to extend the building to provide a worship area, sanctuary and vestry. This then is the Church at the Centre, more than a building, we are a vibrant fellowship whose worship has a richness and depth through words, music and prayer which impacts on our lives and the lives of others.
Second Avenue, Low Hill, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV10 9PE
Rev. Graham Smith, The Vicarage, 17 Goodyear Avenue, Low Hill, Wolverhampton, WV10 9JX
T: 01902 731713
Join us for a lively celebration of Communion
Every first and third Sunday at 10:30 am for 1½ hours
All Age Service
A service open to all who are seeking the Lord.
Every second Sunday at 10:30 am for 1½ hours
Worship and Teaching
A service of celebration with emphasis on teaching from the word.
Every fourth Sunday at 10:30 am for 1½ hours
Good Morning Good Shepherd
A service of celebration
Every fifth Sunday at 10:30 am for 1½ hours
Fun and games, bible talk and light tea. This is for all young people aged between 4 and 11, every first Thursday of the month* at 4:00 pm for 1½ hours.
Parents bring your children along for craft activities, painting, singing, drama and a whole lot more.
* Due to school holidays etc please check with us if the event is taking place; 01902 731963 or 01902 731713
Waking the Dawn Prayer School
7.30-9.15am Saturdays, at the Good Shepherd Church
Amazing things are happening at this prayer session Why not come along to find out more.
Healing on the Streets
On the village green, Showell Circus, come and receive prayer for yourself or someone you know. Every first Saturday at 10:30am for 1½ hours
For more info contact Rev. Graham Smith (01902 731713).