Shepherd of the Hill Presbyterian Church welcomes all

We believe every human being is sacred and is created in the image of God.

SUNDAYS *Worship at 9:30 A.M.    *Adult Education: 10:45 A.M.             *Traditional Christian Worship  *Traditional and jazz music

*Tuesday Dialogues, “exploring critical public issues locally and globally”, as announced.     Phone (952) 448-3882  Email

Look for the Rocking chair on the lawn. Worship with us Sundays at 9:30. Someone will greet you and show you the way to the Chapel. If it's all new to you, just sit when others sit, stand when others stand, participate and observe as you are comfortable.  You will hear the beautiful and creative jazz improvisations of traditional hymns played by Ted Godbout, our Director of Music and Choir Director. You will hear the thoughtful and  moving sermons of Deacon Dean Seal.

Location  You will find us at the SOUTH EAST corner of State Highway 41 and Engler Boulevard, one mile north of downtown Chaska, 0.8 miles south of Chestnut Street Exit from Highway 212. One block west of Chaska Community Center on Engler Blvd.

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Shepherd of the Hill is an active church with warm fellowship among members, outreach within our local community and engagement via our unique Dialogues.

We provide overnight housing for temporarily homeless families as part of “Families Moving Forward Southwest”.  In the name of Christ, we seek to honor God's unconditional love for all people. We promote the common good and we take our mission further with the Christian responsibility to protect the environment. and create sustainable approaches to climate change.

Click on the arrows to see some of our scheduled activities. Check out our activities page

Look for the Rocking chair on the lawn.

The rocking chair on the front lawn of Shepherd of the Hill Church symbolizes the more reflective life.

After the Amish school room massacre in Pennsylvania several years ago, Minnesota Public Radio's "All Things Considered" aired a commentary called "My Amish Rocker." It was about a more peaceful, forgiving, and loving way of life as demonstrated by the Amish. The SOTH Amish rocking chair, made by Jacob Miller of Millersburg, Ohio reminds us to think of a different way of life, to slow down, to breathe deeply, to be quiet,  to listen and to get in touch with the deep  of the human spirit.

Photo by SOTH member.

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