Find God | Love God | Share God

Sunday Worship

8:00 AM - In-Person
10:30 AM - In-Person and Online
12:30 PM - Drive-through Communion

Weekly Schedule

Visit our calendar page to see what is going on this week. You can also subscribe to our Google Calendar.



At good Samaritan Anglican Church, we are treating the threat of COVID-19 seriously, taking wise precautions and putting the whole situation in the hands of the Lord. You can read more on our COVID-19 page.

Read More


We livestream our 10:30 AM Sunday worship service each week on Facebook live. Join us this Sunday or watch one of our past services.


What We Believe

Good Samaritan is an Anglican Church which means that we are Biblical, Sacramental, and guided by the Holy Spirit.

Read More

Our Vision

Loving our neighbors and helping them to find God, love God, and share God.

Read More

I'm New

Find out what to expect when you are visiting our church for the first time. And see answers to some frequently asked questions.

Read More

We would love to stay in touch with you. Please join our email list for information about upcoming events and ways that you can get involved.

Pastor Image
The Rev. Christopher Klukas Rector (Senior Pastor)
"Welcome to Good Samaritan Anglican Church, please take some time to look around our website. If you have any questions about our church or about the Christian Faith, I would be delighted to help you."
More about the pastor

Recent Sermons

Jesus in the Storm

We so often like to imagine that Jesus is off somewhere holy and pristine not getting mixed up in our messy lives. We like to imagine Him contained and not going all the places that we go. The reality is that where you go Jesus goes as well. Whether you are doing church things and serving or whether you are off carousing in ungodly ways there Jesus is. We often want Jesus when we want Him and we want Him to remain in a box or separate place to only see us in our cleaned up Sunday best. Jesus shows us to today his great love and willingness to show up in the midst of our lives.


More Sermons