Enjoy some great coffee* and hospitality during Meet and Greet at 10:30a.m.
Then join us for worship at 11:00 am that will include a procession of palms*, anthems by our children and adult choirs, and a dramatic reading of the passion of Jesus as told through the Gospel of Mark!
FPC will collect the One Great Hour of Sharing Offering on Easter Sunday.
In Mark 12, Jesus explains that the two most important commandments are to love God with all our heart and to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. Through One Great Hour of Sharing, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) responds to these commandments by helping our neighbors in their time of greatest need. Whether we’re offering relief in the wake of a devastating storm, providing food or access to clean water, or assisting in the empowerment of our oppressed and marginalized brothers and sisters, One Great Hour of Sharing is an annual opportunity for us to show our love globally to our neighbors in a very tangible way.
First Presbyterian is teaming up with Jerusalem Christian Church for a great new opportunity. We're collecting soles for souls! Bring in you tired, worn out, or even just unloved shoes and soles 4 souls will recycle, repurpose, and reuse them to give someone in need a pair of good, protective footware.
Join the movement! Change the world - one pair of shoes at a time.
Looking for that perfect gift for that special someone? Need to find something to show a teacher how amazing he or she is? Look no further! Download the Alternative Gift Giving Catalog from the Presbytery of South Louisiana!
Give a gift in honor of a friend or loved one that supports ministries that provide care for the homeless, recycles bicycles to promote alternative transportation strategies, or supports young adults (YAVs) in a year long service program.
Our annual Christmas Dinner with traditional Christmas Carols and merriment will be Sunday, December 14th at 5:30 p.m. The church will provide a pork roast. Please bring a side dish or desert to share, and make sure you bring an ornament to exchange with a friend (maybe even a friend you've never met before)!
The thing about kindness is that you have to decide to do it. Reflexively we have two responses to most situations that do not give some form of anticipated or imediate reward - fight or flight. What if our default position was to be kind might that not transform the world? It has been said that kindness is within our power, even when fondness is not. Today, take time to be kind to someone with whom you do not have a reason to be kind. Make eye contact. Don't just ask how they are doing, find out how they are doing. Do what you can to acknowledge another soul, and you may find that you are the one who feels less alone at the end of the day.
Thus says the Lord of hosts: "Render true judgments, show kindness and mercy to one another" Zecharia 7:9