Low Mass: Sunday at 8:30am Wednesday at 12 noon at the Lady Chapel
Sung Mass: Sunday at 10:30am
Evening Prayer: Monday -Friday at 5:30pm at the Lady Chapel
The church is open daily for prayer and meditation.
Tuesday-Friday 9:30am to 1:30pm
For pastoral appointments please contact the church office at (610) 525-7070 or email@example.com
Church of the Good Shepherd is located at 1116 E Lancaster Avenue (US Route 30) in Rosemont, PA at the corners of Montrose and Lancaster Avenues about 1.5 miles east from the Villanova - St. Davids Exit (Exit 13) of I-476 and just steps from downtown Bryn Mawr.
Paoli-Thorndale Line (fORMERLY r5):
From the Rosemont Station travel southeast on Montrose Ave for 0.2 miles. Cross Lancaster Ave. The church will be in front of you to the left.
Norristown High Speed Line (formerly R100):
Exit at the Roberts Road Station. Head northeast toward David Drive. Continue on Roberts Road for 0.4 miles, crossing over Conestoga Road, and County Line Road. Turn left onto to Lancaster Ave and walk on block. The church will be on you left.
SEPTA Routes 105 and 106 stop in front of the church.
Click on the map for driving directions from your location.
Limited parking is available in the circle in front of the church. On Sundays, please consider reserving these spots for visitors and those who may have difficulty walking from a longer distance.
Free street parking is available on both sides of Montrose Ave beside the church. Please pay attention to all applicable signs regarding parking times and regulation
On Sundays Overflow Parking is available at Wells Fargo Bank at the corner of Montrose and Lancaster Aves opposite the church as well as in the churches auxiliary lot the entrance of which is located at 1111 County Line Road at the Play & Learn sign.
Daily services and the early mass on Sunday are simple and “said” and last about 30 minutes. The High Mass (also referred to as Sung Mass) on Sunday is rich ceremonially and musically and lasts about 75 minutes. As an Episcopal Church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, Good Shepherd has, since 1869, been a place where the best of Catholic tradition and openness of the reformation co-exist.