Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church

4083 Yager Road

McMinnville TN 37110

phone: 931.815.SOTH (815.7684)

Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia, Sola Fide
By Scripture alone, By Grace alone, By Faith alone
Luther Rose

Our Church Home

A bit about Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church

Welcome to the home page of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (LCMS), in McMinnville, TN. We hope to share some things with you here and we hope that you will get to know a bit about our faith.

It is our sincere prayer that every life that is touched by the members of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran church will experience Christ’s grace and love at work.

We believe that God comes to us in Lutheran Worship. He comes to us in His Word written in the Holy Bible and in the preaching of His Word. And God comes to us in the Sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. God is faithful and true to His promises to always be with us. God comes to us. And, we give Him our prayers of thanksgiving and praise.

Our worship services are held each Sunday at 9:00 AM, followed by fellowship and coffee, then by Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 10:30 AM. Midweek Bible Study is held following a short worship service at 6:00 PM on Thursdays outside the season of Lent. Lenten services are held on Thursdays at 7:00 PM following a fellowship supper at 6:00 PM. We celebrate Holy Communion frequently.

We are a small but growing congregation, served by Pastor David McMinn in a church building of our own, recently acquired. We enjoy close fellowship and worship experiences with the members of Heavenly Host Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Cookeville, TN.

If you are visiting in the area, please worship with us and hear the Gospel. If you live in the area and do not have a church home please visit us and consider making Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church your church home.

And for a thoughtful chuckle ...

This weekly comic is provided by Agnus Day and produced by Rev. James Wetzstein. Agnus Day is a pun on the Latin phrase Agnus Dei (pronounced AN-yoos DAY-ee and meaning "Lamb of God"), a reference to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, who was sacrificed for our sins. Click on the comic to open their website (in a new tab or window) where they maintain an archive of previous comics.

Last updated on 2011 July 25 by the webmaster, Jim Frysinger.