Shepherd of the Lake Church serves as the heart of an extremely unique intergenerational campus that we share with our amazing campus partners. The vision for our one-of-a-kind church campus was to create an opportunity for a journey of generations, where people of all ages and backgrounds can connect, grow, and support one another.
We invite you to come and see how we are connecting and creating a faith-based space with our broader community and providing services and resources for all generations!
A Presbyterian Homes & Services Facility
This senior living community offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care apartment homes. McKenna Crossing embraces an approach to life where the joy is in the journey. This belief is embodied in a path, the signature feature of McKenna Crossing that winds its way through the entire community and connects with Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church.
The Link - Passageways
A Shelter for Exploited Youth
The Link's 28 programs provide supportive housing, intensive case management services, and skills development to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness, sex trafficking, and/or involvement in the juvenile justice system.
The Passageways Shelter and Housing Program provides specialized shelter beds for youth ages 12-17 and housing for youth ages 16-24 who are victims of sex trafficking.
Shepherd's Flock Preschool
Christian Preschool for 3-5-year-olds
Shepherd's Flock Preschool believes every child deserves the opportunity for a high-quality educational experience. They offer physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual nurturing in a safe, Christian environment, fostered and supported as part of the mission and ministry of Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church.
Shepherd's Path Community Garden
Located in Horkey Park off County Road 42 and Shepherd’s Path Road, Shepherd's Path Community Garden was established in 2009 as a way for people to grow their own food economically during the recession. We currently have 42 10X25 plots and 19 raised garden beds were available to rent and all gardens are now flourishing with produce.
Contact Katy Hallberg for more information.