Love God. Love People. Make a Difference.
We want you to know that Good Samaritan is a place where it’s okay to not be okay. It’s a place where you can be accepted as you are, experience a genuinely caring community and heal from your past hurts.
Weekend services last one hour and include amazing worship and Bible-based teaching. Your kids will enjoy our engaging and fun youth programs too.
We would love to have you visit us!
A typical weekend at Good Samaritan is welcoming, casual, and relaxed. There is no dress code to attend services. We truly mean it when we say “come as you are”. Families will begin in worship together until children are invited to hear a Children’s sermon. Following the Children’s Sermon, children are escorted to Sunday school by our teachers, while Youth are dismissed to their learning groups. Our weekend services have traditional or contemporary music, depending on the service you choose, and compelling teaching that is culturally relevant and based on God’s timeless truth found in His word.
Whether you’re completely new to church or just haven’t been for awhile, we’d love to meet you!
Good Sam 101
If you’re new here and want to take the next steps to find out more or to join our church, we invite you to attend Good Sam 101. This two-hour lunch session covers what Good Samaritan is all about, what it means to join our wonderful community, and finding ways to serve that are fun and fulfilling. We want to make it easy for you to attend so we’ll provide you with lunch and childcare.
Saturday – 5:00 pm
Sunday – 8:00 am, 9:35 am & 11:00 am
Sunday School 9:35 am & 11 am
Beginning February 9:
Saturdays @ 5:00pm
Sundays @ 8:30 & 10:00am
Still have questions? Call (702) 873-3589
God does not want us to go through life alone, or feel lost in the crowd on Sunday morning. God wants us to experience the joy of being together as a church family. So, at Good Samaritan we love to get involved. We learn more about God’s word and what it says for our lives today with small groups. We also learn more about each other and share God’s love in small groups.
Pasta With People