* Background color denotes color of current liturgical season.

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We continue to WELCOME masks .

Masks will continue to be available for those who desire to worship with a mask.  We fully support anyone who chooses to wear a face mask and/or keep their distance.  Whether a person chooses to wear a mask, or not, is entirely up to them.  A person who chooses to continue masking may have an underlying health condition, be caring for a vulnerable relative or work with those who are immune compromised.  Whatever decision each person makes, and whenever they choose to make it, is entirely their own and should be respected.  We need to continue to care for each other with compassion and devotion.

More information on current numbers and precautions can be found below. Location Ohio County Ashtabula. 




Sundays 8:30 Contemporary Service 


Sundays 11:00 Traditional Service



Holy Week Services

Palm Sunday - Mar. 24 @ 8:30 & 11

Maundy Thursday - Mar. 28 @ 7:00pm

Good Friday -

Mar. 29 @ 7:00pm

Holy Saturday - 

Mar. 30 @ 6:00pm





8:30AM and 11:00AM

Prayer and Visitation Box

The box in the Narthex is now available to put prayer requests AND visitation requests.  There are cards next to the box which you can fill in with your prayer request, whether the prayer can be publicized rather not, and a visitation request.  You can request a visit from the pastor or from the visitation team for yourself or someone you know.  Only the pastor will check this box.  A secondary box is next to the window of the Office.

You are also able to email the pastor directly using this link.

Other announcements on TV in Narthex, Facebook Page, and linked here.  Come check out what's happening.  Also, check out our church calendar for all the activities this month.



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Wherever you are in life, you have a purpose.  We want to help you become the person God created you to be!


Service Times



8:30 AM Contemporary

11:00 AM Traditional



9:45 AM (Sept - May)

New Here?

Feel free to take a look around and if you have any questions just give us a shout. We would love to hear from you.

Why We Exist

As disciples of Christ we are called to share the Good News with others. We exist to love God and love our neighbor - that's you!  We look forward to sharing this journey of life with you!


We provide a sanctuary for prayerful worship in a respectful and welcoming environment.

With God's help, we aim to put our faith into action to help meet the spiritual needs of people

regardless of age, race, or status in life.

 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight."

PROVERBS 3:5-6        


Welcome, grace, and peace to you from our Triune God.

I would like to give you thanks for taking the time to explore what we are about here at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Conneaut, OH.  We are a bunch of different people from multiple backgrounds and different experiences who come together to worship God.  We welcome all people to worship with us, to be part of our Sunday School, and to be part of our community.

As the pastor, I will never refuse a person at the table of Christ and the scripture of God's Word.  Jesus says, "'Come to me, all that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.  Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.  For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light'" (Matthew 11:28-30, NRSV).  Jesus is the Good Shepherd and we all are His flock.  We welcome you into the flock of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church where our people are gentle and humble in heart, where Jesus will take your heavy burdens and give you rest.

I and the people of Good Shepherd look forward to meeting you and getting to know who you are.

Peace be upon you.

The Rev. Joshua Krenz, Pastor