Where is Shepherd Sports?
Shepherd Sports Gym is located at 19700 Rinaldi St, Porter Ranch, CA 91326. Located in the middle building on property next to the playground.
Do I have to attend Shepherd Church to participate?
No. Our programs are open to anyone. We encourage you to invite a friend.
How do I register?
Registrations can only be done through the Shepherd Sports online registration system. If you don’t see a registration link on the webpage, that program registration is not open yet.
What is the waiting list and how does it work?
Our programs fill up fast and once a program reaches capacity we often employ a waiting list. If an athlete is on the waiting list they can be added as space allows. Shepherd Sports staff will contact you if your athlete can be moved off the waiting list. We do not require payments to register on the waiting list.
What if I have to cancel or withdraw from the program?
We have a refund policy. Please see it here.
What if I miss a week?
Missing a week is common with most athletes. We do not prorate or give refunds for missed sessions.
Why is there a missing game or date for my game/practice?
Many times, the gym/field is used for other events within the church, thus causing a bye for that current sports program.
Can I leave my child during the program?
Yes. However, you must be back before the session ends. We are not responsible for athletes that are not currently in session.
Do you offer personal one on one training?
We do not have any one-on-one training at this time.
How do I get notified about upcoming programs?
If you have participated with us before you will automatically get email notifications about upcoming programs. If you have never participated with us before, we encourage you to click here and sign up for our newsletter.
How can I get involved as a volunteer?
We are always looking for volunteers to help lead our programs. If you or someone you know would like to help, please email or call us. Youthsports@shepherdchurch.com 818-832-3470
What is the difference between Clinics, Academy, Camp and League?
- Clinics are the entry level training program. We allow more participants and work to provide an enjoyable experience for everyone. Are clinics are fun and fast paced.
- Academy is designed to be a second-tier training level. We allow a small number of participants for more one-on-one coaching and skill development.
- Camps are designed for the beginner to intermediate player that wants to have fun in a camp setting and grow skills in their knowledge and skill of the game.
- Leagues are designed for the beginner to intermediate player. Players are put on teams for the season and will have a game and practice weekly during the program.