About Good Sam

In our parish family, you’ll find a faith community that’s hospitable and open, where all are welcome

regardless of age, religious background, ethnicity, marital status, social or economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or political leanings.

Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you have a place here at God’s table.

Fellowship Hall full of people eating

We’re a multigenerational community of authentic, quirky people who are gentle, opinionated, curious and imperfect. We don’t agree on every issue, and we don’t all practice our faith in the same way.

We worship the Triune God in a variety of expressions, with and without words. We experience God’s beauty and power in liturgy, music, art, nature, action and silence.

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Book of Common Prayer

We respect our traditions, strive for social justice, and seek to apply our faith principles to our changing world.

We recognize that the invitation to Christ’s table comes from our Lord himself, who practiced radical and inclusive hospitality.

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