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Good Shepherd's Evangelical Lutheran Church

Do you have spiritual questions? Good Shepherd's would like to help you find answers in God's Word.  If you are located nearby, please consider visiting for Worship or Bible Study. Good Shepherd's would like to be your Christian church home. Come visit. Give us a try. 

Comments About Good Shepherd's
-- We felt very welcomed the first time we attended a service at GS.
-- I love that everyone smiles at you and the pastors are especially welcoming!
-- Sermons great!  Feel the caring, loving, Christian attitude.

New Information

Repentance is Life New Pastor's Blog  

The Family Faith Journey  

Joshua Bible Study Wednesdays 

Women's Bible Study Wednesdays 

People Close to God Bible Information Course Thursdays 

Sunday School 9:15am, Sundays 

Old and New Testament Prophecies of the End Times Sundays 

Worship Regularly: Family Faith Event New Date: October 29 

Gospel in the Old Testament - Glimpses of Christ Bible Study Starts October 29 

How To Be Right With God: Living Praise Worship November 5 

Your Loving Family: Family Faith Event November 5 

Food Drive for Those in Need Now through November 18 

Thanksgiving Worship November 22/23 



WELS Christ's Love, Our Calling

en Espanol El Mensajero Luterano La Palabra De Cristo Para el Mundo


If you could ask
what would you
ask the church?
Why should I trust the Bible?

for worship
Sunday: 7:45, 9:15, 10:45 am
Monday: 6:30 pm 

Special Worship Services 



Centrally located in West Allis
near the zoo interchange
less than 1.5 miles from
New Berlin,
Brookfield, and
Quick freeway access.

Good Shepherd's

Evangelical Lutheran Church

1235 South 100th Street

West Allis, Wisconsin 53214

Pastor Thomas B. Knickelbein
Pastor P. James Wilcox
Email Good Shepherd's Church





he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. ~ TITUS 3:5